Ending the Made in America Tax

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Under America’s current broken tax code, foreign products have an advantage over American-made products. In June of 2016, House Republicans unveiled our Tax Reform Blueprint to level the global playing field, get our economy moving again, and simplify our tax code. Our Blueprint ends the “Made in America” tax — setting our manufacturers up for success around the world.

WM_Graphic_Map-border-adjustable_v13-small.pngAs this map shows, we are one of very few countries worldwide that still taxes the sale of our own exports.
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Releases
Brady: U.S. Job Creators Come Out in Strong Support of House GOP Plan to End the “Made in America” Tax
Chairman Brady at U.S. Chamber: No more tax advantages for foreign-made products or services
To Compete and Win Worldwide, We Must End the “Made in America” Export Tax
It’s Time to End the Uncompetitive Tax on “Made in the USA” Products
Ending the “Made in America” Tax = three major wins for all Americans
Speeches
Chairman Brady Delivers Keynote Address at Tax Competition Conference
Chairman Brady at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce: No more tax advantages for foreign-made products or services
Chairman Brady at The Heritage Foundation: Ending Tax on “Made in America” Goods Will Unleash U.S. Economic Growth
Op-eds
Ernest Christian in National Review: On the Cusp of Historic Tax Reforms
Ryan Ellis in Forbes: Congressman Peter Roskam And Tax Reform’s Big Moment
Douglas Holtz-Eakin in The Hill: It’s time for pro-growth tax reform
Chairman Kevin Brady in the Houston Chronicle: End the tax on ‘Made In America’
Ryan Ellis in Forbes: Tax Reform, Border Adjustability, and Territoriality
Resources
Ending the “Made in America” Tax: Frequently Asked Questions
Alan J. Auerbach in the American Enterprise Institute’s Economic Perspectives: Border Adjustment and the Dollar
Kyle Pomerleau from the Tax Foundation: Exchange Rates and the Border Adjustment
Alan J. Auerbach and Douglas Holtz-Eakin on American Action Forum: The Role of Border Adjustments in International Taxation
Douglas Holtz-Eakin in USA Today: “The proposal also eliminates any tax-based advantage to moving production offshore and selling back into the United States.”
Martin Feldstein in The Wall Street Journal: The House GOP’s Good Tax Trade-Off