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Friday, February 3, 2012

Increasing America’s Competitiveness by Lowering the Corporate Tax Rate and Simplifying the Tax Code

From The Mercatus Center:


Budget & Taxation
Increasing America’s Competitiveness by Lowering the Corporate Tax Rate and Simplifying the Tax Code
by Jason J. Fichtner
Mercatus Center
February 01, 2012
The uncompetitive United States corporate tax system impedes American corporations’ ability to compete in the global marketplace. It also discourages potential domestic investment. If the United States is to be competitive in the future, some level of corporate tax restructuring has to occur. While other nations have been racing over the last 20 years to slash corporate tax rates, the United States has stagnated. At times the government has enacted temporary changes to tax policy, but it has ignored the underlying, fundamental problems that need permanent reform.

URL: mercatus.org/sites/default/files/publication/Increasing_America%E2%80%99s_Competitiveness_by_Lowering_the_Corporate_Tax_Rate_and_Simplifying_the_Tax_Code.pdf

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