David Dodge on Corporate Tax Cuts
David Dodge is as close to an authoritative mainstream voice as we have on economic issues (not that that means he is always right, but he sure counts in the mainstream media.)
Here is what David Dodge had to say on postponing corporate income tax cuts in a lecture at Queen’s a year ago.
“In addition the final scheduled cut in the corporate tax rate might be foregone (or postponed well past 2013) without losing tax competitiveness as it now seems unlikely that major cuts in the U.S. or European corporate tax rates will take place. These additional revenues later in the decade would help to maintain the federal balance.”
That sounds pretty much like the Iggy position to me.