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  • Tax code isn’t rocket science – it’s worse

    The Brockton Enterprise - 02/07/2015

    With Republicans back in charge of Congress, corporate tax reform is on the agenda for 2015. Although it is hard to see how they can reduce corporate tax rates without also doing something for individual taxpayers.

    If congressional leaders can cobble together a set of reform proposals, their next problem would be how to pay for them. Given the large federal debt, many policymakers believe corporate tax reform should be revenue neutral. To do that, any reduction in corporate tax revenue must be made up for by things like eliminating tax preferences, cutting spending programs, or adding to the deficit passed on to future generations.

    Achieving broad tax reform is further complicated by political realities of 2016 presidential politics. Several senators are considering a run.

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