Dave Camp vs The Tax Code, Ctd

Yuval Levin rightly thinks the Camp plan, detailed here and here, sets a new standard for conservative tax reform: That this proposal has come from the chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee means it will inform future tax-reform proposals on the right. That it proposes specific, concrete changes to a large number of tax expenditures as … Continue reading Dave Camp vs The Tax Code, Ctd

Dave Camp vs The Tax Code, Ctd

I’m really excited about Dave Camp’s reportedly doomed tax plan. That is all. — Reihan Salam (@reihan) February 26, 2014 Philip Klein has mixed feelings about the Michigan Republican’s proposal: Overall, though the bill would represent progress, too much of it still accepts the premise that the federal tax code should be used by the government to … Continue reading Dave Camp vs The Tax Code, Ctd

Dave Camp vs The Tax Code

House Ways And Means Committee Chairman Dave Camp’s tax simplification proposal is out (pdf). Waldman provides the knee-jerk liberal response: The centerpiece is an elimination of most tax brackets, leaving only two, at 10 percent and 25 percent. In a total shocker, that means a huge tax break for the wealthy! I know—I too am amazed that … Continue reading Dave Camp vs The Tax Code