The Main Street Tax Plan
For Americans, the first 16 years of the 21st century have unfortunately been a time of sluggish economic growth, exploding national debt, falling marriage rates, and stagnant or declining real incomes. The tax code has contributed to each of these problems.
Ideally, tax reform would ease and equalize the tax burden, simplify the code, end the marriage penalty, and spur growth to such an extent that, while cutting taxes, it would actually increase revenues over time—in other words, it would pay for itself. The Main Street Tax Plan would do all of these things. Designed to improve the lives of everyday citizens, it is pro-growth, pro-American worker, and pro-fiscal responsibility.