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?
Are you as stunned as I am that General Electric Co., which netted $14 billion in worldwide profits last year, paid no U.S. taxes on the earnings? I’ve focused on taxes for almost 15 years. I lived in Washington, D.C., for two decades and saw how tax laws were made and then changed once folks
The National Commission on Fiscal Responsibility and Reform, which is generally referred to as the debt panel or simply the commission (because its official name is too long and the acronym doesn’t flow), is continuing its effort to get Congress to consider comprehensive changes to how it, and the United States, operate. On Dec. 1,