Ways and Means Member Brady Urges Making Tax Extenders Permanent
September 16, 2015
Kevin Brady (R-TX), the second most senior member of the powerful Ways and Mean Committee, writes a forceful post on the committee website that urges Congress to make the tax provisions known as “tax extenders” a permanent part of the tax code.
“Under our current (broken) tax system, Congress lurches from year to year by renewing so-called “tax extenders,” Brady writes. “This annual practice creates uncertainty and confusion, which takes a toll on everyday Americans and costs jobs.”
Writing about the prospect of making the extenders permanent, Brady almost waxes utopian: “No more year-end drama. No more writing tax law one year at a time. Just the predictability that families and employers deserve.”
To read the whole post, go to http://waysandmeans.house.gov/providing-tax-certainty-our-work-continues/