Above the Fold The Case for Tax Reform | U.S. Chamber of Commerce

Above the Fold The Case for Tax Reform

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Here's some input on tax reform that would make the final product as pro-growth as possible.

Caroline L. Harris
United States Senate
For tax reform to be as pro-growth as possible, that means burying the AMT once and for all.
Caroline L. Harris
U.S. Chamber Small Business Council Chair and founder of Utah-based Cuisine Unlimited Maxine Turner testifies before the House Small Business Committee.
It needs to bolster the small business community’s ability to hire, innovate, and grow.
Maxine Turner
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Retaining the AMT eviscerates the impact of certain pro-growth policies like the R&D tax credit.
Caroline L. Harris
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Credible analysis of Congressional tax reform bills expects additional growth of 3% to 5% of GDP. Where did JTC go wrong?
J.D. Foster
Capitol dome at dawn.
The fact is future Congresses will act according to the times and circumstances then in evidence.
J.D. Foster
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Tax reform in its current forms would ultimately improve state and local finances while having a minimal effect on the federal deficit.
J.D. Foster
To the greatest extent possible, all forms of businesses should face the same tax system.
J.D. Foster