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The goal is for tax reform is to be revenue-neutral–Tom Reed Economic growth will pay for a majority of President Trump’s tax reform plan, …..–Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin If tax reform is to be revenue-neutral, and business taxes are cut, … Continue reading
Once again Tom promotes a tax break for business. Tom’s bill is H.R. 2754, “To amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 to make the work opportunity credit permanent;” it has two cosponsors. Tom says he favors simplified taxes, but evidently … Continue reading
You balance your budget and live within your means. Washington should do the same.–Rep. Tom Reed (R-NY) Is Tom right to link a balanced budget to “living within your means? Certainly not. An individual might take on debt to buy … Continue reading
With April fifteenth right around the corner, the taxpayers in the Southern Tier and Finger Lakes do not need a reminder it is tax season. Under the current tax code no one is being treated fairly. That is why I … Continue reading
“I would rather keep all the levels (of spending) lower and stick to the sequester. But there are people in leadership who live outside of reality and want to increase things that Republicans like and pretend Democrats don’t exist.–Rep. Amash … Continue reading
America’s Small Business Tax Relief Act of 2015–H.R.636 Rep. Reed is a co-sponsor of H.R. 636. Tom writes: Providing tax certainty is only fair to our small businesses and farmers. As the main source of jobs we should ensure every … Continue reading
Reed: Mission not accomplished on federal spending Tom wrote: “The president is trying to claim victory when it comes to the national debt. “To somehow say that we’ve reduced deficits by $400 billion a year … and somehow be able … Continue reading
Excerpts from Gov. Scott Walker’s 2015 State of the State address: If you remember nothing else, remember this: more people are working, while fewer are unemployed. State government is more effective, more efficient, and more accountable, and the state’s financial … Continue reading