At more than 70,000 pages long, the current tax code is overly complicated and nearly impossible for families to navigate. Its implementation is overseen by a bloated federal bureaucracy that has lost the trust and confidence of the American people.
The House is working on reforming our broken tax code with one that is flatter, fairer and simpler. We are proposing a system so straightforward that Americans will be able to file their taxes on a postcard. It is time to reins in and restructure the out-of-control Internal Revenue Service and encourages investment and innovation for small businesses. These reforms promote economic growth and ultimately grow paychecks and economic opportunity. We also have corporate tax solutions to make American businesses among the most competitive in the world..