Martin A. Sullivan
"If the Camp Draft Has No Chance of Passing, Why is It So Important?"
Gridlock in Congress and White House disinterest means Dave Camp's tax reform (or anything like it) has little chance of becoming law before 2017. But Camp's 979-page discussion draft may be the most important tax policy document in three decades.
Martin A. Sullivan is Chief Economist at Tax Analysts, the non-profit provider of tax news and analysis for the global community. He contributes regularly to various Tax Analysts print and online publications, including the flagship magazine Tax Notes and its sister publications, State Tax Notes and Tax Notes International. He is also author of Corporate Tax Reform: Taxing Profits in the 21st Century, published late last year by Apress. He testifies regularly before Congress, appears on national TV and radio, and is often quoted in leading newspapers and magazines. Previously, he was an economist at the U.S. Treasury Department, the congressional Joint Committee on Taxation, and a major accounting firm. He earned his B.A. at Harvard University and his Ph.D. at Northwestern University.
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