Economists tell the GOP to Go BIG on Tax Reform

If Republicans want to reform the tax code, they need to take a bold and sweeping approach, Cato Institute senior fellow Dan Mitchell said Tuesday. “People like a bold plan, because they assume that the current system is riddled with corruption,” he said at a Heritage Foundation event on tax reform. In the 1980s and’ 90s, when there was talk of a flat tax, a bunch of politicians came up with modest or incremental reforms to the system — carving out deals for special interest groups Read more […]