The president will present some tax law changes in his 2015 State of the Union address. The speech really is a tax reform test for Congress.
Finally! We have a proposal to reform the out-of-control U.S. tax code.
The president is stepping away from Social Security. But entitlements and taxes need attention eventually.
The Senate Finance Committee chairman has suggested some changes to our tax system.
Could the debt deal be the basis for long-term tax reform?
Yes, the National Football League operates as a tax-exempt entity. A senator says any tax reform effort should strip the league and other sports groups of their tax-free status.
A new study says don’t eliminate favorable capital gains tax rates, just tweak them to achieve tax reform goals.
The Senate Finance Committee’s top Democrat and Republican want to start tax reform with a clean slate, wiping out most tax breaks in exchange for lower tax rates.
The federal tax code is 100 this year. Is it time to retire it? Or perhaps finally reform it?
The president touched lightly on tax reform in his second inaugural speech. Could his brief call to revamp the tax code be a step toward reform?