NCPA Media: News Release
Aug 18, 1999
The federal estate (death) tax wastes resources, discourages work, savings and investment, and does virtually nothing to equalize the distribution of wealth.
Aug 16, 1999
"The estate (death) tax is an attack on the American Dream and does more harm to the nation's economy than is justified by miniscule amount of revenue it collects."
Aug 04, 1999
What chance does the congressional tax cut package have of passing in both the House and the Senate?
Aug 04, 1999
Beginning this Sunday, Dallas Community Television (DCTV) will broadcast "Should Social Security Be Privatized?" an episode of DebatesDebates, the hour-long public affairs program sponsored by the National Center for Policy Analysis.
Aug 03, 1999
Just when there looked to be a break in the link between death and taxes, National Center for Policy Analysis Senior Fellow Bruce Bartlett states that tax foes who are cheering the House's proposed repeal of the death tax better read the fine print.
Jul 27, 1999
NCPA Tax Policy Expert Available for Non-Partisan Analysis of Competing Tax Cut Plans And Chances for Passage
With most of official Washington debating the chances for tax cuts this year, National Center for Policy Analysis Senior Fellow and nationally recognized tax policy expert, Bruce Bartlett warns Congress; "If we can't cut taxes when we have a large budget surplus, when can they ever be cut?"
Jul 21, 1999
The National Center for Policy Analysis announced today that an episode of the nationally syndicated program DebatesDebates, which was sponsored by the NCPA, will begin airing nationally today.
Jul 19, 1999
GAO Report Shows Administrative Costs Of Individual Social Security Accounts Could Be As Low As 1/10 Of 1%
One of the main criticisms of allowing individuals to invest a portion of their payroll tax dollars into private savings accounts for Social Security has been that the cost for administering such a program would be too high.