John Fox

John Fox

John Fox engaged in the practice of law in Washington, D.C. from 1964 through 2000, specializing in tax and business matters. He also taught advanced tax planning at Catholic University’s School of Law, was special counsel to the Small Business Development Guidance Center at Howard University in Washington, D.C., and on the Board of Directors of OEF International, a private voluntary organization assisting women in less developed countries. He is a visiting associate professor at Mount Holyoke College in South Hadley, Massachusetts. Along with teaching a seminar on U.S. tax policy, John has authored three books, If Americans Really Understood the Income Tax (2000), and 10 Tax Questions the Candidates Don’t Want You to Ask (2004 and 2008). John received his A.B. magna cum laude at Harvard College in Cambridge, Massachusetts, his L.L.B. at the University of California at Berkeley (Boalt Hall), and his M.A. in Taxation at Georgetown University, Washington, D.C.

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John Fox joins Jim Blasingame to reveal how the compromises in tax reform could happen if the two parties were more interested in doing their job than in winning the majority and keeping their jobs.
John Fox joins Jim Blasingame to reveal that much of the tax reform that needs to happen is tied up in sacred cows that no one has the guts or leadership to address.
John Fox joins Jim Blasingame to lament that the government can’t come together in a bi-partisan way to accomplish tax reform the way it did in 1986, during the Reagan administration.