“Taxpayers across America share Speaker Paul Ryan’s urgent call for comprehensive tax reform outlined in today’s speech to the National Association of Manufacturers. It would be a major blow to families, businesses of all sizes, our economy, if Congress fails to act,” Pete Sepp, President, National Taxpayers Union (NTU) stated.
This week, the National Taxpayers Union (NTU) and 23 other organizations sent an open letter to Congress urging support for comprehensive tax reform. The signers on the letter ranged from NTU to the Independent Women’s Forum to Log Cabin Republicans to the Hispanic Leadership Fund and beyond. The letter recognized the rare opportunity to enact […]
In a U.S. News and World Report column today, National Taxpayers Union President Pete Sepp encourages President Trump and both parties in Congress to support a simpler, fairer and modernized tax system for Americans, writing in part: “There’s no question as to why tax reform remains among the top priorities for Trump and for congressional […]
Congress is back from Memorial Day recess, and let’s hope they can keep up the tax reform momentum they were building before they departed Washington. The House Ways and Means Committee held two important tax reform hearings in mid-May – that first examined “How Tax Reform Will Grow Our Economy and Create Jobs,” while the […]
The current political landscape presents a promising opportunity for Washington to enact comprehensive tax reform for the first time since the Reagan era. As this week’s hearings on tax reform get underway, officials should prioritize a critical element of tax reform: transition to a “territorial” tax system. The U.S. is the only G7 nation that […]
Welcome to the re-designed Stop the Tax Attack microsite. And just in time for tomorrow’s House Ways and Means Committee hearing on “how tax reform will grow our economy and create jobs across America.”
For the first time, President Donald Trump addressed a joint session of Congress where he outlined his legislative vision. He covered all the big-ticket items, from immigration and trade, to national security and infrastructure.
Making good on a campaign promise, President Donald Trump kicked off his first official week in the Oval Office by welcoming a group of top business leaders to the White House and promising to reduce regulations and corporate taxes.
This is a statement from Pete Sepp, president of the National Taxpayers Union.
Now that Americans have rung in the New Year, attention turns to Washington as a new administration and a new Congress are set to take office. There has been much discussion on what legislative issues President-elect Trump will tackle both in his First 100 Days in office as well as the rest of 2017.