Cracking the Tax Code: Prospects for Reform

As tax reform becomes a priority in Washington, administration leaders and law makers are engaged in efforts to modernize the U.S. tax code. 

Which proposals are currently under consideration? What might a lowering of the tax rate mean for businesses, individual tax payers, government revenue and the economy at large? How can current loopholes be closed and new ones prevented? Is there potential for bipartisanship here?

The Hill convened policymakers, tax policy experts and business leaders for a conversation about the prospects and potential impact of comprehensive tax reform. 

Speakers:

  • Kevin Hassett, Chairman, The President’s Council of Economic Advisers
  • Congressman Richard Neal (D-MA), Ranking Member, House Ways and Means Committee
  • Congressman Peter Roskam (R-IL), Chairman, House Ways and Means Committee Subcommittee on Tax Policy
  • Caroline Harris, Vice President, Tax Policy and Chief Tax Counsel, U.S. Chamber of Commerce
  • Karen Kerrigan, President and CEO, Small Business & Entrepreneurship Council
  • Cathy Koch, Partner, Americas Tax Policy Leader, Ernst & Young
  • Maya MacGuineas, President, The Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget

Moderators:

  • Bob Cusack, Editor-in-Chief, The Hill
  • Sylvan Lane, Finance Reporter, The Hill

 

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