Tax Panel Announces Meetings
WASHINGTON, DC– Senators Connie Mack and John Breaux, Chairman and Vice -Chairman of the President's Advisory Panel on Federal Tax Reform, today announced the Panel's next three meetings.
On March 3, 2005 the Panel will meet in Washington, DC, at George Washington University's Jack Morton Auditorium. At this meeting, the Panel will hear additional perspectives on tax reform, as well as a description of the problems presented by complexity in the tax system. On March 8, 2005 the Panel will meet in Tampa, Florida, to discuss how the tax system affects businesses and entrepreneurs. On March 16, 2005 the panel will travel to Chicago, Illinois, where the meeting will focus on how the tax code influences important taxpayer decisions. Further details for each of these meetings, including the list of witnesses, will be provided in later releases.
The President's Advisory Panel on Federal Tax Reform was established by President Bush on January 7, 2005. President Bush has charged the bipartisan panel with recommending reforms to the tax code that will make the U.S. tax system simpler, fairer and more growth oriented.
February 23, 2005