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TPC Resources on Vice-Presidential Candidate Paul Ryan's Tax Plans

In 2008, Republican vice-presidential candidate Paul Ryan proposed broad reforms of federal taxes and health and retirement policy in “A Roadmap for America’s Future” (H.R. 6110). In 2012, Representative Ryan led the development of the  Fiscal Year 2013 House Republican Budget. The following list provides links to Tax Policy Center research, commentary, and events on the candidate and his two tax plans.

Presidential Candidate Mitt Romney has neither endorsed nor adopted either of the two tax plans. Both plans differ significantly from the tax plan proposed by Governor Romney. TPC’s analysis of the Romney tax plan is available here.

TaxVox Posts on Romney-Ryan Campaign

Ryan's Roadmap:

The Roadmap proposed to revise the federal tax system by giving taxpayers the option of paying under the existing system or through a vastly simplified tax code that would eliminate nearly all preferences.

FY 2013 House Republican Budget Plan