February 02. 2015

ACT Statement on President Obama’s Budget

ACT statement regarding the budget released by the Obama administration

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January 23. 2015

Experts: Tax Reform Would Improve Economic Growth

Economists and policymakers from across the political spectrum all agree: tax reform would enhance job creation, increase wages, and lead to higher, sustained economic growth.

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December 12. 2014

Time is now for tax reform

Op-Ed by ACT economic advisors Laura Tyson and Douglas Holtz-Eakin

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October 16. 2014

A Band-Aid Approach Will Never Fix the U.S. Tax Code

The only long-term solution is competitive tax reform. Band-Aid approaches will continue to disadvantage U.S. employers, workers and our economy.

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September 30. 2014

Momentum for Business Tax Reform Gaining Steam

Former President Clinton and leading national editorial boards call for tax reform.

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September 25. 2014

ACT Tax Facts: By Standing Still on Taxes, the U.S. Has Fallen Behind the Rest of the World

American workers and their employers are stuck at a significant disadvantage relative to global competitors.

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September 23. 2014

ACT Responds to Treasury Announcement

Today, the Alliance for Competitive Taxation (ACT) released a statement in response to the Treasury Department’s announcement regarding inversions.

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September 11. 2014

Chairman Dave Camp, Jason Furman and Larry Kudlow Discuss the Need for Tax Reform

Six coalitions representing hundreds of American businesses hosted a bi-partisan conversation on tax reform.

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July 28. 2014

ACT Company Spotlight: Emerson and the U.S. Tax Code

“At Emerson, the St. Louis-based manufacturing and technology company where I retired last year as vice chairman, the business has seen and experienced the deleterious effects of the U.S. tax code firsthand.”

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July 01. 2014

ACT Tax Facts: Fixing Our International Tax System Will Boost Economic Growth

The Labor Department data from January 2015 shows the U.S. employment is finally greater than pre-recession levels. However, as the working age population has increased at a faster rate than workers have been able to find jobs, almost 9 million workers remain unemployed and millions more are under-employed, working fewer hours than desired.  Over one-third […]

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