Global tax reform will lead to economic growth at home

Kyle Pomerleau, for the Washington Examiner Japan recently announced that it will be lowering its corporate tax rate with further planned cuts over the next five years. While other countries are actively improving their corporate tax code, the United States seems stuck in the discussion phase. Much talk has focused on our burdensome and complex domestic

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Statement from the LIFT American Coalition on Tax Day 2015


Statement from the LIFT American Coalition on Tax Day 2015 “April 15 is the day we all remember to complete our taxes, but this year, it should also remind us of two disappointing facts: American companies face the highest statutory tax rate in the world and we’re the only G-8 country that taxes globally-engaged, domestic

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U.S. Tax System Is Holding Us Back

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NAM and MAPI Foundation Release White Paper Showing Competitive Disadvantage   Washington, D.C., April 13, 2015 – A white paper released today by the National Association of Manufacturers (NAM) and the Manufacturers Alliance for Productivity and Innovation (MAPI) Foundation highlights that the U.S. corporate tax system is a drag on manufacturers’ global competitiveness. The white paper

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U.S. Rep. Paul Ryan, Congress should lead the way on tax reform


Milwaukee Journal Sentinel As we streak toward the tax filing deadline and deal with economic news that shows our economy still sputtering, it’s a good time to reflect on the need for Congress and President Barack Obama to come together and reform our terribly bloated tax code. Tax reform will be central to any successful,

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LIFT: Tax reform will unlock the economy’s potential


The Detroit News Friday’s jobs report made one thing clear — the current U.S. economy doesn’t have the strength that our companies need and American workers deserve. March saw fewer jobs created than in February, and 2015 has generally marked a slowdown in any gains made at the end of last year. But there’s more

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