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    Tax Reform

    Analysts offered their recommendations on updating the tax code. The panelists discussed corporate tax rates, capital gains taxes, and proposals being offered by the 2016 Republican and Democratic…

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    Congressional Budget Office Process

    Keith Hall talked about a new dynamic scoring budget rule, which called for the Congressional Budget Office to consider the macroeconomic effects of major pieces of legislation.

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    Highway Trust Fund

    Curtis Dubay and Beth Osborne talked about a proposed 12-cent increase in the federal gas tax by lawmakers to help generate revenue for the Highway Trust Fund, which was expected to run out at…

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    U.S. Corporate Tax Code

    Curtis Dubay talked about U.S. tax code taxes profits earned overseas, as well as discussions in Congress and the White House about changing the corporate tax rate. He spoke extensively about Apple’s…

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    Tax Loopholes and the Fiscal Cliff

    Curtis Dubay and Chuck Marr talked about tax loopholes and deductions potentially on the chopping block in the so-called “fiscal cliff” negotiations and the pros and cons of eliminating specific deductions. “Fiscal…

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    President Obama's Deficit Reduction Plan

    Curtis DuBay talked about President Obama’s deficit reduction plan, which was unveiled the previous week and includes billions in new revenue over the next decade from increasing taxes on…

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    Tax Increases on Wealthy Americans

    Curtis Dubay talked about proposals to increase taxes on top U.S. earners to help address the rising national debt. He responded to telephone calls and electronic communications.

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    Value Added Tax and U.S. Debt

    Isabel Sawhill and Curtis Dubay talked about the use of a Value Added Tax (VAT) as a means to curb U.S. debt, and they responded to telephone calls and electronic communications. In an interview with…

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