One economist argues immigration reform is essential to kick-starting productivity.
It's the first major tax overhaul since 1986.
The tax advantages of home ownership would likely be available to wealthier taxpayers, and high tax regions would take the biggest hit.
The House and Senate will have to reconcile their tax bills, which have some key differences right now.
So is there a point most people can meet at?
The Senate and House tax bills don't line up when it comes to policy that affects individuals and corporations, which may make it trickier for Republicans to pass their tax overhaul by the end of the year.
The Republican tax plan includes changes to mortgage interest deductions that would have the biggest impact on regions with high housing costs.
The Senate is expected to take up a budget framework this week. If it passes, the GOP will be one step closer to the tax overhaul it so desperately wants. President Donald Trump promised yesterday in a Rose Garden press conference with Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell that the tax plan is on track. But […]
We’ll have three brackets instead of seven, with the option of a fourth for the wealthiest Americans.