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See summary table at the bottom. Before presenting the Blueprint, three caveats are in order. First, it generally stays within the House and Senate frameworks — it does not introduce new approaches unless absolutely necessary. Second, the Blueprint makes compromises to political reality that may dishearten economic purists.
Third, the Blueprint surely includes something that will frustrate conservatives, liberals, economists, lobbyists, and families.
Overall, the Blueprint attempts to thread the needle of sound economics and political reality. These are merely grouping differences that do not reflect any policy change. The blueprint begins by combining the House individual tax provisions with the Senate business tax provisions.
The first reason is cost: Sensible policy drives this starting point as well. The House bill eliminates more small tax preferences than the Senate bill, and provides a five-year family tax credit. While both bills include nearly identical savings from limiting itemized deductions, the Senate version that fully eliminates the state and local tax deduction rather than retaining most of the property tax deduction likely cannot pass the House.
Overall, the House individual tax provisions offer strong tax policy at half the cost of the Senate individual tax provisions. Yet the Senate bill has superior business tax reforms. The Senate bill includes a tighter business interest deduction, and stronger base erosion provisions accompanying territorial taxation.
Given the 20 percent corporate tax rate, territorial taxation, and business expensing, it is not unfair to tighten these other policies. The estate tax double-taxes income that had already been taxed when earned. This tax also imposes an administrative burden on affected families that is disproportionate to the amount of tax revenue it raises.
Thus, a majority of both Republicans and Democrats recently polled want this tax repealed. These provisions work together, and should roughly cancel out in terms of cost. The corporate tax rate would be reduced from 35 percent to 20 percent in annual increments of three percentage points between andand the full business expensing reforms would be made permanent rather than expire in five years.
While phasing in a tax cut is usually an anti-growth gimmick, in this case it would better align tax policy with the business investment timeline. Companies could immediately expand and make new investments — receiving an even larger tax benefit because it is calculated against the higher initial tax rate — and then in the future, when the investments are yielding a profit, firms could take advantage of the new, lower corporate tax rate.
Businesses could also make long-term investment decisions with the confidence that business expensing will not expire. Together, these reforms would accelerate economic growth at little or no additional cost. The House bill requires American multinationals with assets parked overseas to pay a one-time toll charge of 14 percent for their liquid assets abroad, and 7 percent for their illiquid assets compared to rates of 10 and 5 percent in the Senate bill.
For companies that will vastly benefit from territorial taxation, this higher transition cost should be acceptable. Trim the pass-through deduction from These businesses will also benefit from expanded section business expensing, lower marginal tax rates, and pro-growth corporate tax reforms that induce more purchases of small business inputs.
Thus, the 15 percent tax deduction is sufficient and allows room for more family tax relief. The House already amended the estate tax repeal to begin after Adding another year provides additional savings.
Repeal step-up basis for inherited assets saves: The estate tax should be repealed because death should not be a taxable event. At the same time, death should not induce tax cuts either by allowing heirs to inherit profitable assets but not pay the accompanying capital gains tax liability on the pre-death gains.
While repealing step-up basis presents modest administrative challenges, it is an acceptable price to pay for full estate tax repeal.Manhattan Beach, CA - Meet two of the driving forces behind the smash hit restaurant, North Italia at the Point in El Segundo.
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