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A Level Playing Field

August 15, 2017

We need to get tax rates down so American businesses can compete with the rest of the world.  Here's what I mean. The average tax rate on businesses around the world is 22.5 percent. But here in America, job creators pay between 35-45 percent. That's crazy, and it makes it really hard for small businesses to grow and hire new workers. Read More

A Simpler Tax Code

August 15, 2017

What does it actually mean to simplify the tax code, and, more importantly, what will it mean for you and your family? Less Hassle Read More

Tax Reform Goals: Affordable, Simple, Competitive

August 10, 2017

2017 is the year of tax reform. Read More

The Ingredients for Tax Reform

August 09, 2017

Lower taxes. Grow the economy. Close special interest loopholes. Read More

File Your Taxes on a Form the Size of a Postcard

August 08, 2017

This is within our reach. Read More

Speaker Ryan Makes the Case for Tax Reform in Wisconsin

August 07, 2017

Last week, Speaker Ryan crisscrossed Wisconsin’s 1st District to meet with local businesses and employees about the need to reform our broken tax code. Read More

31 Reasons Why We Need Tax Reform

August 04, 2017

Our broken tax code is a drag on our economy. Tax reform will help create millions of jobs and increase paychecks.https://t.co/lDGvkftsjO pic.twitter.com/5gZrT7nqYL — Ways and Means (@WaysandMeansGOP) August 1, 2017 Read More

The Aggressive GOP Push for Tax Reform

August 03, 2017

Republicans are mounting an aggressive, united campaign to enact commonsense tax reform in 2017. Read More

President Trump Hosts Small Businesses to Talk Tax Reform

August 01, 2017

At 3:00 p.m. ET today, President Trump will host small businesses from across the country for a discussion on tax reform. Read More

Leading Voices Praise "Bold Plan" for Tax Cuts

July 31, 2017

Leading conservative and business organizations voiced support for Republicans' "bold plan" to implement a more simple and competitive tax code. Read More

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