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Policy Paper 

Resetting the Scoreboard

by Doug Badger / /

Why CBO Should Abandon Its Flawed Analysis of the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation
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Policy Paper 

What's the Deal with Base Erosion?

by Demian Brady, Spencer Woody, Andrew Wilford / /

This study, the first in a series on understanding tax reform, examines options to address base erosion.
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Policy Paper 

Tax Complexity 2017: As the Burden Grows, Taxpayers’ Patience Shrinks

by Demian Brady / /

In the time that taxpayers have been waiting for change, the Code has grown more complex and the compliance burden has increased.
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Policy Paper 

The Case Against a Four Percent of GDP Defense Spending Minimum

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NTUF challenges the long-held notion that the U.S. should spend at least four percent of GDP on defense in a new policy paper, "When More Is Meaningless."
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Policy Paper 

A Complex Problem: The Compliance Burdens of the Tax Code

by Michael Tasselmyer / /

National Taxpayers Union Foundation's (NTUF's) annual analysis of tax complexity in the United States reveals yet another year of unconscionable burdens on America's taxpayers and businesses, finding that compliance with the federal income tax cost the ec
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Continental Drift: OECD’s Imported Fiscal Policies for America

by Demian Brady, Michael Tasselmyer / /

This summer, the multi-national partnership known as the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) released its latest Economic Survey of the United States, an analysis of current economic conditions in America accompanied by recommenda
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Policy Paper 

The Need for Tax Reform: Simplicity, Savings, and Security

by Michael Tasselmyer / /

The current tax system in the United States is time-consuming, expensive, and intrusive, requiring taxpayers and the government to spend billions of dollars and hours every year in compliance costs. In order to minimize economic losses while protecting ta
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Policy Paper 

Colorado U.S. Senate Candidate Spending Analysis: Ken Buck

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"… NO company should ever be treated favorably with taxpayer dollars because they are considered 'too big to fail.' We have a system in place to handle banks and other companies that get in trouble. It's called bankruptcy, and it should be used whe
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Illinois U.S. Senate Candidate Spending Analysis: Mark Kirk

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"As Senator, Mark Kirk will work to upgrade and expand our river infrastructure to bring our lock-and-dam system into the 21st century."
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