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The Center for American Progress is pleased to host a full-day conference with academic and policy experts from around the country who will highlight options for reforming the tax code. Many experts agree that the tax code is in need of repair. Yet it has been 20 years since the landmark 1986 reform. Given the growing complexity of the tax code, increased revenue pressures, and a changing economy; tax reform will likely be a central issue for 2006 and beyond. This conference will provide a forum for sharing proposals—both quick fixes and broad overhaul—and for open and engaged discussion.

Options for Tax Reform – full report (PDF)

Ch1-Fair and Simple Tax Plan for Our Future (PDF)

Ch2-Comprehensive Transform America (PDF)

Ch3-An Innovative Tax Plan (PDF)

Ch4-A New Tax Framework (PDF)

Ch5-Simplify Refocus and Coordinate (PDF)

Ch6-Should Independent Taxation Be (PDF)

Ch7-Child-Rearing and the Code (PDF)

Ch8-Tax Reform and Poverty (PDF)

Ch9-International Tax Reform (PDF)

Conference Papers Featured in Tax Notes
Featured in Tax Notes, June 12, 2006

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