Individual Taxpayer Reform News

  • Tax Reform's Hidden Peril Is Corporate America In Bed With The Radical Left

    Most of official Washington is obsessed with repealing and replacing Obamacare right now, but there's little doubt that the year's biggest issue remains comprehensive tax reform.
  • Michigan Republicans picks corporations over citizens

    Republicans control the Michigan House and Senate by wide margins and have the governorship, but when given the opportunity to help individuals or wealthy corporations, they chose the latter.
  • Michigan is in real need of some tax reform

    While I understand we should balance the budget as to not put Michigan’s debt in jeopardy, I believe that not only do we have the means to cut taxes, we have a moral imperative to. The money the State of Michigan claims is theirs is the people’s money, and to not give it back would be akin to theft.
  • Time to Act—Pass Comprehensive Tax Reform

    Among the issues President Trump promised to address was our bloated, outdated tax code. His promise to reform the tax code garnered much deserved applause, but taxpayers and business owners have endured empty rhetoric long enough; rhetoric without meaningful action won’t grow the economy and create jobs. What we need is comprehensive tax reform, and we need it now.
  • Health bill highlights divide between governors, House GOP

    Republican governors complain that a GOP proposal to replace former President Barack Obama's health care law would force millions of lower-income earners off insurance rolls or stick states with the cost of keeping them covered.
  • Rand Paul: GOP only ‘united’ on repealing Obamacare — not replacing it

    Paul and Rep. Jim Jordan, R-Ohio, are introducing companion bills in the House and Senate on Tuesday that fully repeal Obamacare. The move appears to be a step back for Republicans, who have been arguing since President Trump’s victory about how best to replace the Affordable Care Act.
  • How Russia And The Affordable Care Act Are Killing Tax Reform

    Tax reform was always going to be a tough sell in 2017. But now, thanks to the seemingly bottomless controversy over the Trump campaign’s Russia connection and an increasingly nasty internal Republican battle over how to replace the Affordable Care Act, Congress and the White House are losing valuable time and political capital that they otherwise could be using to rewriting the tax code.
  • House GOP health bill adds up to big tax cut for the rich

    he House Republicans' health care bill adds up to big tax cuts for the rich.The bill would cut more than 20 taxes enacted under President Barack Obama's heath law, saving taxpayers nearly $600 billion over the next decade. The bulk of the money would go to the wealthiest Americans.
  • Barbara Mezeske: Michigan dodged a bullet on income tax reform

    In February, the Michigan House of Representatives rejected a bill to cut and eventually eliminate the state income tax. The bill would have cut the personal income tax rate from 4.25 percent to 3.9 percent, and then cut an additional 0.1 percent each year, until the tax was eliminated in 2057. The measure failed. All but one Democrat voted against it, and so did enough Republicans to defeat the measure, 55-52.

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