Modern Families, Outdated Laws: Tax Reform Needed To Treat Wives and Mothers Fairly
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 .
Leaving Women Behind: Modern Families and Outdated Laws
“The authors call upon the federal government to get out of the way of marketplace initiatives. Employers and employees across the country are perfectly capable of making mutually beneficial adjustments if the government simply unties their hands. They offer realistic solutions; solutions that involve empowering people, giving them more choices, and making government less intrusive.”
How the GOP Can Erase the Gender Gap
Female voters under age 50 favor Barack Obama over Mitt Romney by a margin of two to one in battleground states. This is partly the result of Republican blunders and partly the result of a skillful campaign in which Democrats are accusing Republicans of waging a “war on women.”
Child Care Tax Credits: A Supply Side Success Story
Middle-income working mothers return at least 69 cents in new taxes for each dollar they receive in child care tax credits. By some estimates, government makes a “profit” on middle-income families by receiving more than a dollar in new taxes for each dollar of tax credits.
The Fatherhood Crisis: Time for a New Look
This innovative studies proposes a highly original solution to America’s broken family court system and its dysfunctional system of child support. It’s called “divorce by contract.”