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Atkinson, Robert D.
September 2007
Hill;9/11/2007, Vol. 14 Issue 103, p29
The author reflects on the launch of a new initiative to reform the U.S. corporate tax code by Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson. According to the author, the goal of Paulson based on a new Treasury report is to eliminate a whole slew of deductions and credits and use the savings to lower the corporate rate. The author said that Paulson risks eliminating one of the most effective components of the corporate tax code and a provision that drives growth, innovation and competitiveness.


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