Corporate Tax Reform: Easier Said than DonePosted June 6th, 2011
Everyone on both sides of the political spectrum says that corporate tax reform is a priority. But no one in Washington seems ready to make the tough choices necessary to develop a system that forces multinational corporations to pay their fair share without hurting US competitiveness in the world markets. Overtax multinational corporations and they’ll move their operations overseas; under-tax and you’ll reduce revenue that is sorely needed by the US government.
As part of the ongoing debate and investigation of the US corporate tax system, the U.S. House Committee on Ways and Means is hearing testimony from tax experts on the US tax system and alternatives.
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For previous coverage of corporate tax reform issues in Advisor’s Journal, see Obama’s Blue Ribbon Debt Commission Proposes Complete Overhaul of the Tax Code (CC 10-95).
For in-depth analysis of US Corporate Tax, see Advisor’s Main Library: A – The Corporate Income Tax.