Last week, House Republicans introduced a once-in-a-generation tax reform package that will finally give folks some breathing room.
As you read this, President Trump’s tax plan is being debated. Congress will change it. Where this ends, no one knows.
The tax relief and job creating provisions included in the Republican plan will continue to grow the GDP and help even more Americans realize their dreams.
The Tax Reform Act of 1986 stands as the single greatest example we’ve known of bipartisan federal income tax policy.
President Trump renewed his push for tax reform on Wednesday by arguing it would benefit workers like truckers in America, while ripping Democrats in Congress as “obstructionists” who want to raise taxes.
Just a week ago President Trump released his proposal to reduce tax rates on corporations and individuals, and already the administration and its critics are talking past each other.
The GOP tax plan is, to quote Joe Biden, a “big f***ing deal.
Tax reform is the one legislative victory Republicans must have if they are to hold the House and pick up five to seven Senate seats in November 2018.
Time is running out for Republicans if they want to keep their governing majority in 2018.
No matter how persuasive President Trump is, it’s unlikely he can round up enough Democrats to get 60 votes in the Senate for tax reform.