December 10, 2014 | Wall Street Journal's Think Tank | News
By Mark Bloomfield Congress is poised to punt yet again. The House has passed a bill to extend the 55 tax provisions that expired in 2013, ending uncertainty for the IRS and for taxpayers, but only for the 2014 tax year. The Senate and the president are likely to go along. Rather than lament lawmakers’ inability to do […]
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November 09, 2014 | Barron's Magazine | News
Mark Bloomfield, president and chief executive of the American Council for Capital Formation, a man steeped in the history of tax battles, says we are unlikely to see stand-alone business tax reform, simply because it never has happened before. Politicians aren’t inclined to cut taxes for corporations without providing commensurate relief for the little guys, he observes.
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