House Rules Committee Chairman Pete Sessions is proposing changes in the tax code that are a radical departure from what many other Republicans are proposing.
Nan Hayworth, Goodman Institute Board Member and Author of the report “Modern Families, Outdated Laws,” appeared on S.E. Cupp’s Unfiltered which airs on CNN Headline News to discuss policy reforms that need to happen in order to update our nation’s tax code and other public policy.
Many view the 2017 Republican tax reform – The Tax Cut and Jobs Act (TCJA) – as a giveaway to the rich. “The most regressive tax cut in the past 50 years.”
The Tax Cut and Jobs Act of 2017 (TCJA) represents the most significant change in U.S. taxation
since 1986. The bill’s fairness and welfare impacts have been studied and widely debated. But
prior distributional analyses suffer from three shortcomings.
As we start to see the positive impacts of the most recent tax cuts, our tax code, after decades of poor policy and special interest influence, is still in need of further reforms to make it fairer and simpler .
A new study by economists who were the source of key ideas in last year’s tax reform legislation suggests the reform is better than what has been reported.
The original Ryan/Brady tax reform was largely the brainchild of Goodman Institute economists Alan Auerbach (Berkeley) and Laurence Kotlikoff (Boston University).
Dr.John Goodman appeared on Fox Business News to discuss GOP Tax Reform plans.
We have until April 18 to file our taxes this year. I know no one who likes paying taxes, even though Uncle Sam badly needs every penny. If everyone paid their fair tax share, it would be one thing. But they don’t.