Top 45 Tax Reform Quotes

Here we have the best Tax Reform Quotes from famous authors such as Jacky Rosen, Joseph Stiglitz, Russell B. Long, John Delaney, John S. Watson. Find the perfect quotation from our collection.

Trickle-down economics does not work, and tax reform sh
Trickle-down economics does not work, and tax reform should not be defined as partisan tax cuts for the wealthy and huge corporations.

A politically astute president who understood deeply the economics and politics of corporate tax reform could conceivably muscle Congress toward a reform package that made sense. Trump is not that leader.

A tax loophole is something that benefits the other guy. If it benefits you, it is tax reform.

Russell B Long
For years, comprehensive tax reform has eluded legislators.

Actually, I’m a strong supporter of comprehensive tax reform.

Tax reform advocates generally agree that a fair code shouldn’t single out certain groups for favorable treatment at the expense of others.

Tax reform for the 21st century means rewarding hardworking families by closing unfair loopholes, lowering tax rates across the board, and simplifying the tax code dramatically. It demands reducing the tax burden on American businesses of all sizes so they can keep more of their income to invest in our communities.

Our broken tax code is one of the main reasons the United States lags behind when it comes to economic growth, job creation, and competitiveness. Without pro-growth tax reform, our workers and our businesses will continue to suffer.

The important thing about tax reform is you make the tax code less complicated, easier for people to understand.

At the end of the day, Republican-driven tax reform is not only going to be good for the economy and for growth. It’s going to be good for middle-class Americans.

We need to stop kicking the can down the road and rethink our entire tax system toward long-term, comprehensive tax reform.

Maybe I should get back to the music-writing phase and write one on tax reform.

When I worked in the White House for President Carter, we tried to do comprehensive tax reform and we made some progress, and other presidents have as well.

I may sound naive, since everyone‘s decided the next two years are going to be all about 2016, but I look at what’s happened over the years when there’s been divided government. That’s when we’ve done tax reform, that’s when we’ve done entitlement reform – to move this economy forward on these big issues.

A balanced program for tax reform based upon the common sense idea of lowering taxes out of surplus revenues.

Andrew Mellon
Nothing says ‘economic growth’ like fundamental tax reform.

I’m not feeling undertaxed. Tax reform is an important issue. You have to have an inherent sense of fairness.

I think the work on tax reform, the work that’s being done on regulatory reform is very important. And just having a seat at the table, I think, is so important for business today as we think about what’s going to benefit the economy of this country, how we’re going to create great manufacturing jobs.

Tax reform means, ‘Don’t tax you, don’t tax me. Tax that fellow behind the tree.’

Russell B Long
What I heard was that Bush is now positioned to have victory after victory. He’ll have Social Security reform passed, that he’ll have tax reform passed, that he’ll have conservative judges on the courts.

We can lift standards of living for working families in this country. We can help small businesses create jobs. And we can have a beneficial impact on the economy as a whole if we do tax reform right.

The tax issue is the most powerful issue in American politics going back to the Tea Party. People say, ‘Oh, Grover Norquist has power.’ No. Grover Norquist and Americans for Tax Reform focus on the tax issue. The tax issue is a powerful issue.

The Reagan tax reform delivered real fairness, closing loopholes for Washington special interests so that all Americans could keep more of their hard-earned paychecks.

Here’s my thinking: Since tax reform only occurs once a generation, let’s not tweak what we have and call it a day.

We all want a simpler code, but tax reform is about much more. It is about ensuring that everyone pays their fair share. The tax code is also used to promote behavior that we as a nation support, such as home ownership or charitable contributions.

If we could have a really good debate with the states and the federal government on tax reform I’d be up for that.

Tax reform is a once-in-a-generation opportunity.

Corporate tax reform should include not just large C-corps but also smaller business S-corps and LLC pass-throughs. And nearly as important as cutting business tax rates is the need to simplify the inexplicably opaque and complex system.

Trump’s corporate tax reform would restore America’s position as the most hospitable investment climate in the world. For a change, businesses and their cash would come back home.

Tax reform exists, sort of, as an outlinemiles away from being actual passed legislation.

I don’t know why anyone would want businesses and families and individuals nationwide to suffer. But by voting against tax reform, Democrats showed that was exactly what they stand for: less money for families and more money into Washington, D.C.

It is only proper that our employees share in the savings generated by tax reform and that we openly acknowledge the resulting improvement in the U.S. business environment by investing in our industrial footprint accordingly.

We want to make sure that tax reform doesn’t increase the size of the deficit.

I wish that the Democrats would put some effort into Social Security reform, illegal immigration‘s reform, tax reform, or some of the other real issues that are out there.

I’m not for a temporary war tax. We’re putting actual dollars in one way or the other, and so if we’re gonna look at taxes, we ought to look at a comprehensive tax reform policy.

The key to revenue growth is tax reform that closes loopholes and that is pro-growth. Then with a growing economy, that’s where your revenue growth comes in, not from higher taxes.

Tax reform done right will improve incentives to invest in U.S. production and to repatriate profits.

Why is it that half of the households in America pay zero income tax? We need some real tax reform.

It’s not coincidence that the U.S. is in last place in the world in terms of corporate tax rate. It’s because our system is set up to block tax reform.

It is fair to debate how much either bill – Obamacare in 2010, tax reform in 2018 – had or will have an impact on the midterms.

First thing we’re going to do with the benefits of tax reform is we’re going to invest in innovation. We’re going to invest in capital, new product lines. It’s going to create more manufacturing jobs and our shareholders are going to benefit, too. We’re going to improve dividends, share repurchase.

Our tax code is arcane, burdensome and unwieldy. In the years since Ronald Reagan’s 1986 Tax Reform Act, the code has gone from fewer than 30,000 pages to more than 70,000.

I believe the benefits of tax reform should flow to those who most need them most – hard-pressed working families struggling to reach or stay in the middle class.

My No. 1 priority is growth in the economy. Tax reform will be our first and most important part of that.