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Trump tax plan combines steep cuts and tough questions

American companies are charged taxes in this country on the foreign earnings, on top of the tax payments owed the host government, and the United States is the only major industrial nation with that requirement.

Big Six Goes Big on Tax Reform

The American Council for Capital Formation (ACCF) applauded today’s tax plan released by the White House and House Republicans.  The elements crafted by the Big Six are critical to unlocking America’s economy and achieving much-needed growth.

Economic Policy Salon “Accelerating Energy Innovation”

On September 26th, the ACCF proudly hosted Energy Secretary Rick Perry for a vibrant discussion at an Economic Policy Salon, "Accelerating Energy Innovation."

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9 Critical Points to Consider While Republicans Pursue Tax Reform

Published in Inside Sources

“They need to convince the public that we need tax reform,” Wilber, a senior economist at the American Council for Capital Formation, said. “I don’t think middle America knows we need it. We need it. The administration somehow needs to show the typical American that, no, we need tax reform. This tax reform will help your wages, your income.”

Capital Corner Cartoon

Capital Corner Cartoon

ACCF Salon: “Tax reform in 2017, 2018.  .. And other economic policy changes.”

The June 27 ACCF Salon theme was ACCF Salon: "Tax reform in 2017, 2018.  .. And other economic policy changes." Jose Antonio Zabalgoitia Trejo, Deputy Chief...

Capital Corner Cartoon

Capital Corner Cartoon

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Panel: Achieving Comprehensive Tax Reform in 2017

On May 18th, the ACCF Center for Policy Research hosted an engaging discussion on tax reform with Chairman Peter Roskam of the House Ways...

Direction of Energy Policy in the 115th Congress

The American Council for Capital Formation Center for Policy Research and the ClearPath Foundation hosted a May 17th forum “Direction of Energy Policy in the 115th Congress."

Update: Chairman Roskam (R-IL) joins ACCF 5/18 tax reform event

Join us for an engaging discussion on tax reform with Chairman Peter Roskam of the House Ways and Means Subcommittee on Tax Policy, who...

ACCF Salon: “Where Goeth Tax Reform in 2017?”

The May 3rd ACCF Economic Policy Evening focused on tax reform in the 115th Congress.  Attendees offered policy analysis and political forecasts to the...

Business Groups Urge Treasury to Withdraw Sec. 385 Tax Regulations

The American Council for Capital Formation joined the Business Roundtable and other business groups this week in urging Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin to withdraw the final Section 385 regulations issued in October 2016. These regulations will impose excessive and unwarranted compliance and financial burdens on businesses operating in the United States, distorting investment and other business decisions, to the detriment of U.S. jobs.