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Benjamin Franklin said there were only two things certain in life: death and taxes. While we can’t change death, it’s certainly time for us to tackle taxes.

House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Kevin Brady – who represents all of Montgomery, Walker, Houston, San Jacinto, Trinity, Grimes, Madison, and parts of Leon and Harris counties – is making his way to San Antonio to talk about how he and the committee are moving forward on transformational tax reform that will deliver more jobs, bigger paychecks, and fairer taxes. Prior to his election to Congress, the Republican representative for Texas’ 8th Congressional District worked as a Chamber of Commerce executive for 18 years, so he has vast experience advocating for businesses and a deep understanding of the needs of the business community.

It has been 31 years since both the president and Congress have committed to delivering the most sweeping overhaul of our nation’s broken tax code. Last week, Brady and congressional leaders unveiled their bold nine-page framework to deliver permanent, pro-growth tax reform this year. Do not miss this opportunity to learn how this plan will make America a magnet for innovation, entrepreneurship, and economic growth.

To ensure that the San Antonio business community is familiar with and understands the unified framework for tax reform, the San Antonio Chamber of Commerce is hosting Brady on Monday, Oct. 30, for an informative luncheon to discuss how tax reform will create jobs, increase paychecks, and grow the U.S. economy.

America has the highest corporate income tax rate in the industrial world, and that puts a burden on American businesses to compete globally and create good-paying jobs. The tax code harms American manufacturing, perpetuates stagnant wages, and discourages savings and investment, and its burdens and complexities come at a real cost to the American people.

Brady holds one the most powerful seats in Congress. He has been a champion of pro-growth legislation and one of the strongest advocates for lowering rates dramatically for every size of business. Brady wants to lower the sky-high corporate tax rate that discourages job creation and economic growth. He wants businesses to send less money to Washington, and invest more money in their employees.

Brady is our strongest advocate for lowering rates dramatically for every size business, and he will be here to tell us how he is going to get it done. Do not miss the opportunity to learn about how this will impact your business and your employees. Register for the luncheon today.

The mission of the San Antonio Chamber of Commerce is to be an advocate for all of our members and the business community in building and sustaining a diverse and prosperous economy.