End all business taxes.
Businesses don't pay taxes. Instead, all taxes supposedly levied on businesses are passed down the line of production as price increases on what consumers pay for products and services they consume; in effect, they are an invisible tax burden on everyone--rich and poor--in the nation. Ending "business" taxes--even if it meant increasing taxes on individuals--would lower product prices, make the actual tax burden that a person bears more transparent, and encourage business development in the nation, spurring the economy. Creating a business environment where business owners no longer needed to spend billions of dollars a year finding an exploiting tax loopholes to stay competitive would help corporations keep workers in the US.
I disagree. Pass more business taxes and end tax loopholes. Everyone should pay fair share and top companies paying no taxes at all is something that makes honest folks ill. I would start with excess profit tax. If CEO makes more than 40 times the average wage of folks working for company, the excess should not be alowed as business deduction.