21 September, 2017 | (01 hr)

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Believe it or not, the last tax reform overhaul dates back three decades ago. The code has since become riddled with favoritism – carve outs, loopholes – the list goes on.

But the need for reform extends beyond the ethical case; equally important, there’s the economic case. While America’s global counterparts have modernized their codes and reaped immense benefits as a result, America’s has remained obsolete. It’s undermining individuals and businesses of all sectors, all across the country.

Fortunately, a bipartisan course correction lies within reach. Hear the challenges and opportunities around tax reform as Washington soon takes on this colossal challenge. 

Who Should Attend: Government Relations, Strategy Officers, Corporate Secretaries, Chief Financial Officers 

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Joseph E. Kasputys, Ph.D.

Joseph E. Kasputys, Ph.D.
Chairman & CEO
Economic Ventures, LLC

Dr. Joseph E. Kasputys formed Economic Ventures in 2009 to create and/or invest in start-up and early stage information companies.  Economic Ventures currently has significant interests in five such companies:  PRC Macro Advisors, focusing on the consumer sector of the Chinese econ...Full Bio

Joseph J. Minarik

Joseph J. Minarik
Senior Vice President and Director of Research
Committee for Economic Development

Minarik was the chief economist of the Office of Management and Budget for the eight years of the Clinton Administration, helping to formulate the Administration’s program to eliminate the budget deficit, including both the Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act of 1993 and the bipartisan Balanc...Full Bio

Michael Petro

Michael Petro (Moderator)
Executive Vice President
Committee for Economic Development

In 2012, the Committee for Economic Development’s (CED) Executive Committee named Michael J. Petro Executive Vice President of this nonpartisan, business-led public policy organization, where he previously served as Vice President of Business and Government Policy. In his current capacity M...Full Bio

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