Grassley Releases Witness List for Tax Simplification Hearing
Hearing: “Tax Code Complexity: New Hope for Fresh Solutions”
Date/time: Thursday, April 26, 2001, at 10 a.m.
Location: 215 Dirksen Senate Office Building
Description: As any taxpayer knows, the tax code is excessively complex. Millions of Americansspend hours struggling over tax forms. Professional help and do-it-yourself taxsoftware cost billions of dollars. Taxpayers exhaust their patience and their resourcessimply trying to comply with the law. Sen. Chuck Grassley, chairman of theCommittee on Finance, wants to put an end to this. He believes Congress must makethe tax code more simple and more fair for taxpayers at all income levels. Grassleywill convene a hearing of the Committee on Finance to jump start the debate on taxsimplification. The hearing will feature the release of a much-anticipated,congressionally mandated study on simplification from the Joint Committee onTaxation. Grassley hopes the study will be the catalyst for a fresh look atsimplification.
A Panel Consisting of:
Lindy L. Paull, Chief of Staff, Joint Committee on Taxation, Washington, D.C.A Panel Consisting of:
Claudia Hill, Chair, Government Relations, National Association of Enrolled Agents, Gaithersburg,Md.
Richard M. Lipton, Chair, Section of Taxation, American Bar Association, Washington, D.C.
Pamela J. Pecarich, Chair, Tax Executive Committee, American Institute of Certified PublicAccountants, Washington, D.C.
Betty M. Wilson, President, Tax Executives Institute, Washington, D.C.
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