AAII Survey: How Readers Would Change the U.S. Tax Code

After weeks of speculation, Congressional Republicans unveiled their tax reform legislation late last week. Among the items it didn’t include was a cut to contribution limits to 401(k) retirement plans, a move lawmakers were reportedly considering to help balance the tax cuts planned for high-income earners and businesses. According to the language in the tax reform proposal, it…

 

Survey Respondents Express Dislike for Inversions, U.S. Tax Code

This week’s Sentiment Survey special question asked AAII members what they thought about corporate inversions. Nearly 31% of respondents said that Congress should change the tax code. Several in this group said reform should include lower taxes or measures to ban or discourage more inversions. Others in this group expressed their dislike for inversions, but…