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Tax Cuts at Work

Created on April 10, 2007

Tax Cuts at Work

Closing the Tax Gap Means Taxpayers Beware! - Alison Acosta Fraser and William Packer
Efforts to raise compliance would have a negative impact on economic growth, individual freedom, and the burden of tax compliance.

Senate Budget Resolution Fails to Address Tax Gap Problems - Rea S. Hederman, Jr.
If Congress wants to close the tax gap, it should focus on tax simplification.

The Triple Whammy of Taxes: How the AMT, Repealing the Bush Tax Cuts, and the Social Security Wage Cap Would Raise Taxes on Millions of Americans - Rea S. Hederman, Jr., Alison Acosta Fraser and William W. Beach
Three tax increases that would harm the economy and subject millions of taxpayers to significantly higher marginal tax rates.

Increasing IRS Tax Collection Powers Threatens More IRS Abuse: The New Congress Moves to Close the "Tax Gap" - William W. Beach
Three tax increases that would harm the economy and subject millions of taxpayers to significantly higher marginal tax rates.

The 2001 and 2003 Bush Tax Cuts: Economic Effects of Permanent Extension - Tracy L. Foertsch, Ph.D., and Ralph A. Rector, Ph.D.
Extending these tax cuts would boost U.S. GDP, employment, incomes, and federal tax collections consistently over the next 10 years.

Congress Should Reject New Taxes and Curb Exploding Entitlements - Stuart M. Butler, Ph.D. and Alison Acosta Fraser
Any tax increase would be a real and unacceptable threat to America's prosperity.

Why tax cuts matter - Steve Forbes
The following is Steve Forbes' November 13 address to members of The Heritage Foundation's Executive Committee at the fall 2006 President's Club meeting, held at the Ronald Reagan International Trade Center in Washington, DC.

Commentary:

Top 10 Myths About the Bush Tax Cuts - Brian M. Riedl