Each year as millions of Americans race against the clock to complete their taxes by mid-April, the debate over when and how the nation’s tax code should be reformed garners renewed interest. While most agree that the system is complex and outdated, there is little consensus over how it might be simplified or what changes are most urgent.
Does the current tax code unfairly favor some Americans, and could it be more equitable? What reforms might be implemented to make the system easier to navigate?
On Wednesday, April 11, Robert Pozen answered your questions during a live web chat moderated by Vivyan Tran of POLITICO.