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House GOP Chair at Heritage: “People are dreaming again”

Communications • April 19, 2018

As part of her ongoing Faces of Tax Reform discussions, House Republican Conference Chair Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-WA) today joined the State Financial Officers Foundation at The Heritage Foundation to speak with financial officers from across the country who are often in charge of administering ABLE programs in their states. McMorris Rodgers shared how people …

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So long, farewell, auf Wiedersehen, adieu to the old tax code

Communications • April 18, 2018

2018: The end of the old, outdated, broken, complicated tax code. Good riddance! Next year, thanks to tax reform, families can look forward to lower tax rates, nearly doubled standard deduction, a doubled Child Tax Credit to help families, a simpler process, and relief from Obamacare. That’s on top of the other amazing successes we’ve …

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House GOP Shares Tax Reform Stories from Home

Communications • April 18, 2018

As we bid adieu to the old, outdated, broken tax code, House Republicans share what tax reform means for families, workers, and small business owners in their home states. This year, 90 percent of Americans are starting to see bigger paychecks, and more than four million are receiving more than $4 billion in bonuses and …

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How tax reform changed our lives

Communications • April 17, 2018

Here’s what you have to look forward to next Tax Day: lower tax rates, nearly doubled standard deduction, a doubled Child Tax Credit to help families, a simpler process, and relief from Obamacare. More on that at FairandSimple.gop.   But that’s not the only thing that’s got us celebrating this Tax Day. In addition to …

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Talking Tax Reform During CNBC’s Live Capitol Broadcast

Communications • April 17, 2018

We’re celebrating Tax Day! It’s the last time families will have to file their taxes under our old, cumbersome, complicated, broken tax code. We’re beginning a new era of more jobs, fairer taxes, and bigger paychecks — just like we promised. The only thing dampening today’s celebrations is the promise from the Democrats that they’d …

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Chair Kevin Brady at Stakeout: A new tax code needs a new tax collector

Communications • April 17, 2018

Ways and Means Committee Chair Kevin Brady (R-TX) joined the weekly House Republican Leadership press conference to celebrate Tax Day — specifically, that today is the last Tax Day under the old, outdated tax code. Next year, Americans have lower tax rates, nearly doubled standard deduction, a doubled Child Tax Credit to help families, a …

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After today, everyone can breathe a sigh of relief

Communications • April 17, 2018

House Republican Conference Chair Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-WA) led this morning’s House Republican Leadership press conference, celebrating Tax Day. Yes, you read that correctly — celebrating Tax Day. That’s because today is the last time families will file their taxes under the old, outdated, broken tax code. Chair McMorris Rodgers highlighted the top five things …

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Tax Day 2018: Thanks to tax reform, Americans are dreaming again

Communications • April 17, 2018

It’s April 17, which means today is the last Tax Day with the old, outdated, broken, and cumbersome tax code. Thanks to the Tax Cuts & Jobs Act, Americans have a lot to look forward to: lower tax rates, nearly doubled standard deduction, a doubled Child Tax Credit to help families, a simpler process, and …

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What tax reform means for California and New York

Communications • April 13, 2018

We promised more jobs, fairer taxes, and bigger paychecks, and with the Tax Cuts & Jobs Act, we delivered. This coming Tuesday, April 17, will be the last Tax Day families will file their taxes under the outdated, complicated tax code. Next year, Americans can look forward to lower tax rates, a nearly doubled standard …

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The beginning of the end of the tax code

Communications • April 13, 2018

Tuesday, April 17, will be the last time families have to file their taxes using the outdated, burdensome, overly-complicated tax code from 1986. To mark this happy occasion, House Republican Conference Chair Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-WA) joined Americans for Tax Reform to celebrate and highlight the positive changes families, workers, and small business owners can …

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