This half-day conference, cohosted by AEI and the International Tax Policy Forum, will explore the economic effects of territorial taxation.
I think it is incorrect to describe the entire Obama budget released on Tuesday as “dead on arrival.” Yes, the document was full of retread proposals that did not find favor in previous years and are no more likely to be enacted in 2014.
Yesterday, House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Dave Camp (R-Michigan) unveiled the most sweeping, elaborate, and aggressive income tax reform proposal in a generation. His plan is the result of years of effort that have included bipartisan outreach, dozens of hearings, and thousands of hours of staff time. He...
A glimmer of hope for the economy and deficit reduction flashed from the Senate this past weekend when the new Senate Finance Committee Chairman, Ron Wyden, announced "a breakthrough" on tax reform.
This is a time when Republicans and Democrats need to work together to make the economic recovery a reality for the millions of people living in poverty and unemployment.
Forget about the 1 percent versus the 99 percent. It’s really more like the 0.000001 percent versus everybody else. A tiny group — mostly comprising the Obama White House, a bunch of Washington Democrats, progressive economists, and the media elite — continues to fixate on income inequality as America’s greatest challenge.
In addition to environmental externalities such as air pollution, driving imposes other externalities such as congestion and accidents that are not internalized by individual drivers. An increase in driving-related taxes provides a better way to address those externalities than some of the regulations currently used.
Join us for a lively debate about who is hurting the conservative cause and who is helping it.