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VIDEO: The Path Forward for Tax Reform


American companies are hamstrung by an obsolete tax code at time when Washington should be doing everything they can to help encourage economic growth. The highest corporate tax rate in the world and an outdated international system directly hurts American workers and dampens investment here at home.

The LIFT America Coalition is proactively addressing the need for comprehensive tax reform. In fact, we recently co-hosted an event on the topic – “A Discussion on Tax reform: Lessons Learned and the Path Forward.”

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VIDEO: The Path Forward for Tax Reform


American companies are hamstrung by an obsolete tax code at time when Washington should be doing everything they can to help encourage economic growth. The highest corporate tax rate in the world and an outdated international system directly hurts American workers and dampens investment here at home.

The LIFT America Coalition is proactively addressing the need for comprehensive tax reform. In fact, we recently co-hosted an event on the topic – “A Discussion on Tax reform: Lessons Learned and the Path Forward.”

Chairman Dave Camp, Jason Furman and Larry Kudlow Discuss the Need for Tax Reform

Experts call for reform of broken tax code, noting it would boost competitiveness and strengthen U.S. economy   WASHINGTON, D.C. – On Wednesday, six coalitions representing hundreds of American businesses hosted a bipartisan conversation on tax reform that was moderated by CNBC Senior Contributor Larry Kudlow and featured House Ways and Means Chairman Dave Camp and… Read More

Making America attractive for investment: Secretary Lew should look across the Atlantic

The-Hill

By Claire Buchan Parker – Leveling the playing field for American businesses and workers. Making the United States more attractive for investment. Maintaining a broad tax base. These are sound policy goals both Republicans and Democrats can agree on —goals that are a topic of discussion today precisely because our country’s obsolete corporate tax policy… Read More

Reforming Our International Tax System Is at the Heart of American Economic Competitiveness

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By Claire Buchan Parker – Ed Kleinbard, a law professor at the University of Southern California, recently released a paper (‘Competitiveness’ Has Nothing to Do with it) that essentially argues that American multinational companies are not hampered from a competitiveness standpoint by the current U.S. tax code. In fact, Kleinbard contends that these U.S. companies… Read More

No Inversion Is Not Unpatriotic. Yes We Need Corporate Tax Reform

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By Yevgeniy Feyman - Several recent high profile deals have directed media and public attention to the topic of “tax inversion,” whereby a company moves its headquarters overseas (usually in an M&A deal) in order to reduce its tax burden. According to the Wall Street Journal (citing Thomson Reuters) there have been 22 such deals since 2011, with the… Read More