Tax Reform Lessons: A Look at How It Worked in 1986, And What's Different Now

Stay focused on how and what Tax Reform changes are coming.

Enjoy a special series of articles that takes a look back on how major reform comes to pass. With the congressional maneuvering required for passage of the Tax Reform Act of 1986, then Senate Finance Committee Chairman Bob Packwood (R-Ore.) explains how the process and the actions of 1986 came to pass. We follow that up with a look at what’s different now in the Trump Administration with a special contribution from James Carter: The Art of the Tax Deal.