Distribution tables—estimates of who wins and who loses from changes in tax law—are central to any debate about tax reform. Such analyses frequently show the plans put forward by Republican […]
Greg Leiserson is Director of Tax Policy and Senior Economist at the Washington Center for Equitable Growth. His research focuses on the economics of tax, social insurance, and retirement policies. Prior to joining Equitable Growth, he served as a Senior Economist at the White House Council of Economic Advisers and as an Economist in the U.S. Treasury’s Office of Tax Analysis. He holds a Ph.D. from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and a B.A. from Swarthmore College.
Overview Distribution tables—estimates of who wins and who loses from changes in tax law—are central to any debate about tax reform. Such analyses frequently show the plans put forward by […]
Overview As Congress turns its attention to tax reform, dramatic reductions in the top statutory tax rates on business income are sure to be among the most important and most […]
It is increasingly apparent that many policymakers and commentators believe that business tax reform means reducing the statutory corporate tax rate. This fixation on the corporate tax rate is unfortunate […]
The Kansas tax cut experiment failed to deliver job growth, and similar reforms at the national level would be no different.
Press reports indicate that President Donald Trump’s budget, scheduled for release tomorrow, will assert that administration policies can deliver a balanced budget in 10 years by combining sharp cuts to […]
In an interview with the Associated Press late last week, President Donald Trump said that he would release his tax plan tomorrow. Senior administration officials have subsequently walked back the […]