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Expiration of the Bush Tax Cuts
Explanation of Income Measures 2013
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How to Interpret Distribution Tables 2013
Marriage Penalties
Model FAQ 2013
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Presidential Transition - 2009
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Value-Added Tax (VAT)
Who Doesn't Pay Federal Taxes?
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Tax Reform Panel

President Bush’s Advisory Panel on Federal Tax Reform
President Bush established a panel to examine problems with the federal tax system and to propose improvements. In November 2005, the panel issued a final report detailing its findings and recommendations.

Simple, Fair, and Pro-Growth: Proposals to Fix America’s Tax System
Final Report of the President’s Advisory Panel on Federal Tax Reform, November 2005

Supporting Materials

  • Public Hearings—PowerPoint presentations and transcripts


Meeting Information


Ronald Reagan Building & International Trade Center; Washington, DC


The George Washington University Jack Morton Auditorium; Washington, DC


SAGO Networks; Tampa, FL


University of Chicago Graduate School of Business, Gleacher Center; Chicago, IL


Louisiana Children's Museum; New Orleans, LA


Fort Mason Center, Landmark Building A; San Francisco, CA


University of Maryland University College, Inn and Conference Center; Adelphi, MD

05/11/2005 & 05/12/2005

National Transportation Safety Board Conference Center Auditorium; Washington, DC


Georgetown University Law Center, Bernard P. McDonough Hall; Washington, DC


Renaissance Hotel; Washington, DC


Renaissance Hotel; Washington, DC


Ronald Reagan Building & International Trade Center; Washington, DC