Samuel Brown, William Gale, and Adam Looney

Feldstein's Analysis Doesn't Refute TPC Findings, It Confirms Them

By :: August 30th, 2012

In a recent paper, we showed that any revenue-neutral tax reform that included Governor Romney’s specific tax cuts and that met his stated goal of not raising taxes on saving and investment would cut taxes for households with income above $200,000 and would therefore necessarily have to raise taxes on taxpayers below $200,000. This was […]

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Debating the Buffett Rule

By :: September 22nd, 2011

On Monday, the Administration released its deficit reduction blueprint.   One part of the Administration’s proposal, which has received enormous attention, is that the Joint Select Committee on Deficit Reduction should observe the “Buffett Rule” if it attempts tax reform.  The furor over this proposal is surprising and the debate about it seems to have largely […]

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