Financial Policy Council Perform Research key US Financial Policy Issues
Can Our Tax Code be Transformed from a Tool for Redistribution to an Engine for Economic Growth? - By Scott A. Hodge - Financial Policy Council
Thursday, 05 September 2013
6:00 - 9:00 PM
You are cordially invited on behalf of the Financial Policy Council’s Board of Directors, to our next Financial Policy Council private briefing with Mr. Scott A. Hodge, one of Washington's leading thinkers on tax and fiscal policy.
 
 
Topic: Can Our Tax Code be Transformed from a Tool for Redistribution to an Engine for Economic Growth?
 
Date:   Thursday September 5 2013
 
Time:   6:00 pm - 9:00 pm  
 
Location: The Graduate Center / CUNY at 365 Fifth Avenue at The Elebash Recital Hall – On the main floor of the building and on the left as you enter into the main lobby 
 
 
Bio:   Scott A. Hodge is President of the Tax Foundation in Washington, D.C., and is recognized as one of Washington's leading thinkers on tax and fiscal policy. During his tenure, the Tax Foundation has more than doubled in size and become one of the most influential organizations on tax policy in Washington and in state capitals. 

Scott frequently appears on radio and television—including CNBC, CNN, Fox Network, and Fox Business. 

He has written and edited three books on the federal budget and streamlining the government and has authored over 200 studies on tax policy and government spending. 

He has also authored dozens of editorials and opinion pieces for publications such as The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, USA Today, The New York Post and The Washington Times. 
 
 
Business Attire please.
  
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Looking forward to seeing you then and there!  
 
Have a great day.