As the Principal Deputy Director of the President’s National Economic Council, Jason Furman has displayed an understanding of some of the issues that face Manufacturers, particularly as they relate to operating in a struggling economy. Jason has earned the respect of economists and policymakers across the political spectrum, much as President Obama said yesterday.
In recent years, he’s been helpful in our efforts to advance both expanded net operating loss relief and bonus depreciation, two tax provisions that helped many manufacturers through slow economic times. From our perspective, Jason will be taking over as head of the Council of Economic Advisers at another critical time as the debate over reforming our nation’s tax code heats up. While the NAM is firmly behind comprehensive tax reform, we are concerned about reform efforts that could increase the tax burden on American manufacturers. As the tax debate moves forward, there’s a lot of important issues to consider and we look forward to working with Jason on pro-growth, pro-manufacturing tax policy.
Dorothy Coleman is vice president of tax and domestic economic policy and Chad Moutray is chief economist, National Association of Manufacturers.
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