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Why I worry about US corporate tax reform

Almost everyone agrees the two greatest economic problems facing the US are the growing and unsustainable federal deficit and persistently high unemployment and underemployment. So it is surprising to a long-time tax practitioner that the two leading proposals for corporate tax reform in the US – lowering the corporate tax rate through base-broadening and adopting a territorial tax system – are almost certain to make both problems worse. Jim Ditkoff, senior vice president, finance & tax at the Danaher Corporation, explains why.

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