Fundamental Tax Reform
The U.S. tax code is a tangled mass of complexity, containing more than 9 million words. The immense difficulty in navigating such a document creates endless loopholes and opportunities for abuse by well-connected insiders, while at the same time distorting investment decisions and hindering economic growth. It’s time to scrap the code and replace it with one that is low, flat, fair and honest. Ultimately, all Americans should be able to file their taxes on a form the size of a postcard.