Richard Kogan

Richard Kogan rejoined the Center in May 2011 as a senior fellow after having served as a Senior Adviser at the Office of Management and Budget since January 2009.  During his second tour at the Center, from 2001 to 2009, he served as a Senior Fellow specializing in federal budget issues, including aggregate spending, revenues, surpluses and deficits, and debt.

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 "There is ample historical evidence to support the view that the tax increases are unlikely to take effect." (Photo: AP Photo/Andrew Harnik) Views
Thursday, November 30, 2017
“Trigger” in Senate Tax Bill Flawed, Inadequate, and Unrealistic
Some Senate Republicans have raised important concerns that the tax bill on which the Senate is likely to vote this week would significantly increase deficits. In response, Senate Republican leaders are considering adding a “trigger” to the bill that would reportedly activate corporate tax...
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