The Need for Economic Growth, the Call for International Tax Reform

Leading economists and Washington lawmakers on both sides of the aisle are increasingly in agreement: Our outdated international tax system is holding American workers back while stifling economic growth. At a February U.S. Senate Committee on Finance hearing titled “Tax Reform, Growth and Efficiency” and a January House Ways and Means Committee hearing titled “Economic Growth Policies,” these leaders discussed how our current system is broken, why the time to fix it is now, and how we can solve it by lowering the rate, moving to a modern international system, and letting our workers reap the benefits. The question isn’t if tax reform is needed, but how and when we can do it.

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