Talking Tax and Finance is an ongoing video series of brief conversations with experts in tax policy and tax administration.

Over the course of the series, we’ll provide a balance of viewpoints from soliciting comments from experts with diverse experiences and backgrounds. We look forward to a robust and thoughtful conversation around ideas that can potentially streamline, simplify, and improve the tax system. We hope that you’ll share your thoughts with us and with everyone who comes to our Tax and Financial Center site. We want this to be a robust dialogue and we want you to be a part of it.

Former Chairman Mike Rogers

Mike Rogers, former Chair of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, discusses the cybersecurity threats that businesses face and calls on the government to work to protect taxpayers’ information.

Former Chairman David Camp

David Camp, former Chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee (2011 – 2015), and current Senior Policy Advisor at PwC, discusses tax reform.    

Former Senator Jim Talent

Former U.S. Senator Jim Talent discusses why cyber fraud is a real danger for small businesses, and points out that tax policy must aim to make tax returns as safe and secure as possible.

Caroline Bruckner

Caroline Bruckner, Managing Director of the American University Kogod Tax Policy Center, speaks on taxes and the self-employed.