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How Tax Reform Will Unleash U.S. Competitiveness and Create American Jobs

October 19, 2017 — Blog

Today’s outdated and uncompetitive U.S. tax code forces American businesses and workers to compete with one hand tied behind their backs. This hurts our economy and drives good-paying American jobs overseas. Here’s how our unified framework for tax reform will unleash American competitiveness and ...

#TaxReformTuesday: Rep. Drew Ferguson

October 17, 2017 — Blog

In this week’s #TaxReformTuesday, Rep. Drew Ferguson (R-GA) sits down with a local small business owner to discuss how pro-growth tax reform will give Main Street businesses the chance to compete for customers, invest in their employees, grow, and prosper.

NEW TAX REFORM VIDEO: “Between Two Chambers” Featuring Chairman Brady & Sen. Scott

October 11, 2017 — Blog

The Ways and Means Committee today launched “Between Two Chambers,” a new video series that will feature a Member from the House and a Member from the Senate talking about tax reform. In the first episode, House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Kevin Brady (R-TX) and Senate Finance Committee Member Tim Scott (R-SC) sat down to discuss how the House and the ...

How Tax Reform Will Help Main Street Job Creators Nationwide

October 11, 2017 — Blog

With mind-numbing complexity and tax rates as high as 40%, today’s broken tax code can make it incredibly difficult for our nation’s small and medium-sized businesses to succeed, grow, and create jobs in our communities. Here’s how our unified framework for tax reform will lift these burdens off our Main Street job creators and the millions of ...

#TaxReformTuesday: Rep. Todd Rokita

October 10, 2017 — Blog

In this week’s #TaxReformTuesday, Rep. Todd Rokita (R-IN) visits an auto parts supplier in his district to talk about how pro-growth tax reform will make America’s small businesses more competitive at home and around the world.

W&M Oversight Hearing Shines Light on IRS’s IT Failures

October 05, 2017 — Blog

The Oversight Subcommittee, chaired by Rep. Vern Buchanan (R-FL), held a hearing yesterday to examine the Internal Revenue Service’s (IRS) information technology (IT) modernization efforts. The hearing took place just weeks after the

A Tax Form So Simple It Could Fit on a Postcard

October 04, 2017 — Blog

Today’s broken tax code is so complex that 9 out of 10 Americans pay for software or a professional tax preparer to file their taxes each year. That amounts to billions of hours and dollars that middle-class families must spend filling out tax forms – all to send more of their hard-earned paychecks to the Internal Revenue Service. The House, the Senate, and the Trump Administration are