New Report Focuses on Need to Support Intangible Property as Part of Any Tax Reform Proposals in the New Congress
The TIE Coalition, a diverse group of U.S. companies and trade associations, will be releasing a report on the importance of supporting intangible property (IP) as part of much needed U.S. tax reform. The report, written by Matthew Slaughter, the Associate Dean for Faculty and Signal Companies’ Professor of Management at the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College, will warn against harming innovation by disadvantaging IP income earned by foreign affiliates of U.S.-based companies, threatening much needed job growth.
Who: Professor Matthew Slaughter, the Associate Dean for Faculty and Signal Companies’ Professor of Management at the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College
What: Release of report on need to protect intangible property in the U.S. economy as part of tax reform
When: Monday, January 26 at 12 pm
Note: lunch will be provided
Where: U.S. Capitol Building, HC-8
For further information on the report, please call Bill McQuillen at 202-530-4610 or email email@example.com
About the TIE Coalition:
The Tax Innovation Equity Coalition is a diverse group of U.S. companies and trade associations that supports comprehensive tax reform that modernizes the U.S. tax system to allow American businesses to compete in global markets in a manner that does not discriminate against any particular industry or type of income – including income from intangible property. To protect these vital economic drivers, we need to make sure the U.S. tax code treats all kinds of income equally and does not disadvantage revenue from intangible property. The TIE Coalition encourages Congress to: implement a competitive territorial tax system which does not double-tax income earned by U.S. multinational corporations overseas and lowers the U.S. corporate tax rate so it is competitive with those of other developed nations. For more information, visit www.tiecoalition.com.