The Inflation Reduction Act is an ambitious law with worthy goals to reduce deficits, fight inflation, help the IRS, and combat climate change. However, one year after its enactment, there are concerns about its overall fiscal impact, the additional complexity it introduces to the tax system, and the sustainability of its initiatives.
Will McBride, Vice President of Federal Tax Policy at the Tax Foundation, joins Kyle Hulehan to examine the Inflation Reduction Act one year later. They dive into the disconnect between political aspirations and the real-world consequences of executing intricate policies, the skyrocketing costs of green energy tax credits, and why, despite increased funding, the IRS is struggling to keep up.
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