There is little agreement on the level and scope of taxation in America, but nearly all participants in the tax debates agree that the system needs fundamental reform. No matter the goals, including making the system fairer, more understandable, or easier to navigate, Brookings experts have long been in the center of developing recommendations for tax reform.
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