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2012 ALEC-Laffer Report Strikes Familiar Theme
Posted on 13 Apr 2012 by Peter Miller

The just-released 5 th edition of Rich States, Poor States , the American Legislative Exchange Council's (ALEC) report on economic competitiveness of the states, reaches familiar conclusions shadowing those set forth in preceding editions: How the... Read More

Obama's Rate Cut: How Low Can You Go?
Posted on 23 Feb 2012 by Robert Goulder

President Obama's newly released 'framework' for corporate tax reform envisions a significant rate cut for U.S. firms. You can read the details at the President's Framework for Business Tax Reform . His basic idea is to lower the statutory... Read More

A Time Bomb of a Tax Code
Posted on 7 Apr 2012 by Christopher Bergin

There's a lot of serious news out there - tragedy, health care, a nuclear Iran. It seems the news of the day roars at us. But if you turn down the sound, you can hear it: tick, tick, tick. What is it, you say? It's the federal tax system,... Read More

2012 ALEC-Laffer Report Strikes Familiar Theme
Posted on 13 Apr 2012 by Peter Miller

The just-released 5 th edition of Rich States, Poor States , the American Legislative Exchange Council's (ALEC) report on economic competitiveness of the states, reaches familiar conclusions shadowing those set forth in preceding editions: How the... Read More

A Time Bomb of a Tax Code
Posted on 7 Apr 2012 by Christopher Bergin

There's a lot of serious news out there - tragedy, health care, a nuclear Iran. It seems the news of the day roars at us. But if you turn down the sound, you can hear it: tick, tick, tick. What is it, you say? It's the federal tax system... Read More

Obama's Rate Cut: How Low Can You Go?
Posted on 23 Feb 2012 by Robert Goulder

President Obama's newly released 'framework' for corporate tax reform envisions a significant rate cut for U.S. firms. You can read the details at the President's Framework for Business Tax Reform . His basic idea is to lower the statutory... Read More