Congressman Zinke supports real tax reform to make the tax code fairer, flatter and simpler for Montana families and small businesses. That's why he introduced the Indian Coal Production Tax Credit which was signed into law by the president, and why he voted to make the section 179 tax credits permanent. He also supports a repeal of the Death Tax so families can pass their farm or business down to future generations.
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Today is Tax Day, but it's no red letter day. Tax Day is a day that costs American families trillions of dollars and billions of hours in compliance. I believe Montanans pay too much in taxes and deserve to keep more of their hard-earned paycheck. Rates should be lower. The code should be fairer and flatter. And most of all, it should be simpler. I don't know about you, but I'd rather be spending time with my family on the weekends, not filling out a hundred pages of government paperwork.
Filing federal income taxes is too confusing, too time consuming and too costly. If you're like a lot of us still trying to navigate the complex tax code for the April 15th deadline, here's the 286-page 2014 tax guide.
Rep. Ryan Zinke Announces Permanent Indian Coal Production Tax Credit
Ryan Zinke’s Reaction to the Obama Budget
Today President Barack Obama released his FY 2015 budget proposal which included trillions of dollars in new taxes, spending and debt. The following statement can be attributed to Congressman Ryan Zinke (R-MT).
Montana's congressional delegation reacts to Obama's speech
HELENA – Montana’s congressional delegation split along party lines Monday night with Democratic Sen. Jon Tester praising President Barack Obama’s State of the Union address, while Republican Sen. Steve Daines and Rep. Ryan Zinke criticized the president.
Tester endorsed Obama’s initiatives to help the middle-class through education nd investments in infrastructure and changes in the tax code.