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How Candidates Can Craft a Winning Tax Policy

by Pete Sepp / /

Candidates should unite around one simple principle: treat all sectors of the economy equally and stop using tax policy to pick winners and losers.


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FTC: A Three-Letter Way to Spell “Nanny”?

by Pete Sepp / /

When taxpayer advocates scan the horizon for threats that will expand government and curtail Americans' freedoms, several familiar federal "faces" will inevitably appear – the IRS, TSA, EPA, or more recently the Department of Health and Human Servic
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Strengthening the G20’s Membership

by Alex M. Brill, James K. Glassman / /

Featuring a foreword by NTU President Pete Sepp.
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A Taxing Trend: The Rise in Complexity, Forms, and Paperwork Burdens

by David Keating / /

Like old age, tax complexity has been creeping up on us. We may not notice it one year at a time, but a review of past years' tax documents compared to today's forms and instructions reveals just how shockingly complicated taxes have become. And the situa
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NTU Policy Paper #129: Municipal Broadband "Wired to Waste"

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As the 21st Century evolves and our economy begins to recover, there is near-universal agreement on the importance of expanding Americans' access to high-speed Internet service. President Obama, countless Members of Congress, the Federal Communications Co
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