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Tax-Reform Must Include Carried Interest Capital Gains

by Thomas Aiello / /

A prosperity-fostering tax reform package must include keeping carried interest at the capital gains tax rate.


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Freedom Caucus Urges Action on Tax Reform

by Ari Boosalis / /

The Freedom Caucus expressed optimism, a sense of urgency to fix the tax code, and desire to rein in government spending.
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The U.S. Tax Code and Its Impact on Global Competition

by Spencer Woody / /

Experts disagree about if, and to what degree, the U.S. Tax Code makes American businesses less globally competitive.
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Securing Taxpayer Rights through Tax Reform

by Demian Brady / /

Beyond easing tax rates, reducing the number of brackets, and eliminating certain deductions & loopholes, there are steps that should be implemented to lock in protections for taxpayer rights.
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Research 

U.S. Tax System Lags in International Comparison

by Demian Brady / /

The U.S. tax system scores poorly on complexity compared to other developed countries.
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What Does It Cost to Comply with the Tax Code?

by Demian Brady / /

A staggering amount of time is required to comply with our nation's complicated tax laws.
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Research 

Cronyism and the Tax Code

by Spencer Woody / /

Tax reform must be aimed at lowering tax rates and eliminating cronyism.
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Americans Abroad Are Fed Up with FATCA

by Demian Brady / /

Anybody thinking about leaving the country because of the election results may want to first consider the long arm of the IRS.
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A Better Way on Taxes through Lower Burdens and Simplicity

by Spencer Woody / /

Republicans in Congress have revealed their tax reform plan.
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Issue Brief 

Where Have All the Corporations Gone?

by Brandon Arnold / /

Despite the repeated efforts of the U.S. Treasury Department, several corporations are taking steps to relocate their headquarters to other countries. Others are considering similar moves. Many of these moves occur in the form of an "inversion," in which
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