by AccountingWeb on Jan 01, 2012
Some Republican candidates' tax reform platforms have spurred discussion and controversy, but Mitt Romney's "Believe in America" plan for jobs and economic growth has drawn relatively little discussion. One CPA analyst argues that Romney is "staying status quo on the personal side of the tax equation."
by AccountingWeb on Dec 12, 2011
When asked by Diane Sawyer during the December 10 GOP debate about his "distinguishing idea" to create jobs and bring jobs back from overseas, Gingrich stuck close to his "pro-growth Jobs and Prosperity Plan," which advocates lowering taxes and reforming government regulations to grow the American economy.
by AccountingWeb on Nov 08, 2011
Texas Gov. and Republican presidential candidate Rick Perry entered the tax reform fray recently when he made good on his debate promise to "bump plans" with fellow candidate Herman Cain's 9-9-9 tax proposal by introducing his own "Cut, Balance and Grow" economic stimulus plan.
by AccountingWeb on Oct 24, 2011
AccountingWEB's Weekly News Update for the week of October 24, 2011 is available in video format!
by AccountingWeb on Oct 13, 2011
As Herman Cain continues to grow his political muscle, the number one read on most financial professionals' lists is Cain's 9-9-9 tax reform plan, which would dramatically impact individual taxpayers, small business owners, corporations, and those who administer their taxes.
by AccountingWeb on Oct 06, 2011
Unlike many of his fellow Republican presidential candidates, Jon Huntsman, advocates a tax reform proposal that still adheres to the basic structure of the existing U.S. tax code.
by AccountingWeb on Sep 29, 2011
The latest Republican debate in Orlando kicked off with a clear focus on taxes and their effect on small businesses and overall economic growth.
by AccountingWeb on Aug 19, 2011
President Obama doesn't want the "payroll tax holiday" for workers to end. The administration is calling for an extension of the 2 percent payroll tax break as a way to reinvigorate the economy.

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