An interesting article from FreeEnterprise.com.
Most Americans associate April with filing their taxes, so this month I’ll be writing a series of posts that take a close look at the tax code and why we need to reform it. In this first post, I outline the U.S. Chamber’s tax reform principles.
First, we need comprehensive reform that addresses both the individual and corporate codes at the same time. By lowering rates for both corporations and businesses that operate as partnerships, S corporations, or sole proprietorships, we make sure everyone has the best chance to compete and win.