Time To Focus More On Tax Cuts

February 2009
Credit Union Journal;2/23/2009, Vol. 13 Issue 8, p24
Trade Publication
The article presents the view of Doug Fecher, president and chief executive officer of Wright-Patt Credit Union (CU) to solve the economic crisis in the U.S. It says that Fecher would eliminate corporate taxes to create jobs and to provide opportunity for stimulating the economy. Fecher cites the capacity of the $350 billion saved taxes in creating goods and services as well as in selling for profit. It reveals that Fecher is doubting the effectiveness of the so-called federal bailout plan.


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