Reforming the Tax Code with Congressman Dave Camp
On today’s edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson and Ben Domenech are joined by Congressman Dave Camp to discuss his tax reform initiative, America’s need for a simpler tax code and whether Camp is considering a run for US Senate.
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The Associated Press reports that “federal revenue collections hit an all-time high in April, contributing to a further improvement in the budget deficit for the year.” Releasing its monthly budget report, the Treasury Department said Thursday that through the first seven months of this budget year, the deficit totals $80.8 billion, significantly below the $184.1 billion imbalance run up during the first seven months of | Read More »
Ohio now considering new tax reform plan.
Interesting tax reform plan coming out of Ohio from Governor John Kasich: The plan’s centerpiece is a 20% cut over three years in all of the state’s nine income tax rates. The top rate would fall to 4.725% from 5.925%. Ohio allows its cities to impose add-on income taxes, so the current rate in cities like Cleveland can reach 8.4%. The plan would also provide | Read More »
Who Are the Job Creators?
Download Podcast | iTunes | Podcast Feed On today’s edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson and Ben Domenech are joined by Francis Cianfrocca to discuss who the economy’s job creators really are, what raising taxes on the rich would actually mean for our bottom line, and why tax policy should favor small businesses. We’re brought to you as always by Stephen Clouse and Associates. | Read More »
‘Day One’ – President Romney’s first day, part two
The Romney Campaign is out with another positive video about what a Romney Presidency would be like “Day One, Part Two.” In the “Part Two” video we are told that on his first day in office, President Romney will: Announce deficit reductions, ending the Obama era of big government and helping to secure our kids’ futures. Stand up to China on trade — demanding they | Read More »
Congressman Paul Ryan explains pro-growth tax reform
Wisconsin Congressman, and Chairman of the House Budget Committee, released the following video this morning, in which he explains common sense ideas about pro-growth tax reforms that are fair, competitive, simple, and that have bipartisan support: It’s that simple.