Apr 20

NTUF's Michael Tasselmyer joins the podcast to discuss all the issues surrounding tax complexity, from identity theft to economic output. Plus, Pete Sepp on his testimony to the House Small Business Committee - and the Outrage of the Week! 

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Apr 10

National Taxpayers Union Foundation's new analysis of tax complexity reveals a $233.8 billion cost to the economy. Jon Coupal, HJTA President and new NTU board member, joins the podcast to discuss his career defending taxpayers in California. Plus, the Outrage of the Week! 

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Apr 03

What happened at the end of last week that could be a sign of tax hikes coming in Congress? Plenty of action in the states. What does it mean that Jeb Bush won't rule out raising taxes? Plus, the Outrage of the Week! 

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Mar 26

NTU Executive Vice President discusses the budgets Congress has been voting on (and one which passed the House), the "doc fix", and vote-a-rama. Plus, the Outrage of the Week! 

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Mar 19

Leslie Paige, Vice President of Policy and Communications for Citizens Against Government Waste joins the podcast to discuss a cost saving oversight mechanism known as a RAC, that could save taxpayers billions of dollars, but is getting push back from some politicians. Plus, the Outrage of the Week! 

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Mar 13

NTUF has updated data on "Who Pays Income Taxes?" (ntu.org/whopaystaxes), Director of Research Demian Brady stops by to provide insight into what it shows. Big news of the week, and the Outrage! 

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Mar 06

There is a lot of news to get through this week! Pete Sepp reacts to the FCC's decisions, and discusses his visit to the Federal Reserve. ActionAid Policy Analyst Kelly Stone joins the podcast to explain why the Renewable Fuel Standard is causing problems for world hunger and poverty. The States are back in action, plus the Outrage of the Week!

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Feb 27

A grim update on the latest from the FCC. Tax Foundation economist on reinsurance provision. NTUF Policy Analyst Michael Tasselmyer discusses the costs of the latest legislation in Congress. 

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Feb 20

President Obama's Internet plan is so bad the FTC is upset about it - an anti-competitive regulatory mess with a heavy dose of new taxes thrown in for good measure - CEI's Ryan Radia explains. 

NTUF's Dan Barrett discusses Puerto Rico's dicey budget situation, which could have implications for U.S. taxpayers. 
Outrage of the Week!: Half the country can't even see their grass, let alone mow it, but the government will be ready for spring with their $20K lawnmowers. 
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Feb 12

NTUF's Dan Barrett and NTU's Nan Swift join the podcast to discuss the latest legislation, tax reform bills, and record federal revenues. NTU President Pete Sepp on 68 policy leaders sending a message to Congress to reform the tax code now! Plus, the Outrage of the Week! 

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