Trump is expected to urge congress to act on cutting tax rates and simplifying the tax code.
Following a whirlwind tax tour by chief Republican lawmakers, President Donald Trump will take the baton as he visits Springfield, Missouri on Wednesday to begin his leg of the race to complete one of his key campaign promises before year's end.
If a lower US tax rate on foreign profits encouraged USA corporations to move investments offshore, it could hurt US workers' wages and productivity.
"We must lower our taxes", Trump said.
President Donald Trump is scheduled to speak in Springfield today.
That outline was also light on details - like who would be eligible for which tax brackets and whether or not the White House plan would increase the budget deficit. "So ending the rigged system, a big part of that is restoring fairness by streamlining the tax code and closing those special interest tax deductions and loopholes, which ultimately is going to allow us to bring rates down for everybody". "Over the past 30 years, the average business tax rate among developed nations fell from 45 percent to less than 24 percent in some countries have an unbelievably low tax, including, by the way, China, and some others that are highly competitive and really doing very well against us". Trump will meet with congressional leaders to hammer out those details on Tuesday, a White House official said.
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Jeremy Cady, Missouri director of Americans for prosperity, a nonprofit group supported by Republican underwriters Charles and David Koch, said that tax reform is the Trump administration's highest priority. "I hope so. Tell you what - the United States is counting on it". It also called for income tax brackets to be set at 10%, 25% and 35% - the latter for the wealthiest Americans, down from the current 39.6% rate.
"Anybody I forget?" Trump said, before moving on with his speech.
Democrats have hinted they are willing to work with Republicans and the administration to accomplish tax reform, but only if it does not provide tax cuts for the wealthiest Americans.
And after the Republican plan on healthcare stalled, he warned Congress not to let him down again.