Contact

  • General Inquiries
    202.872.1260
    info@brt.org
  • Mailing Address
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    Suite 800
    Washington, D.C. 20001
  • Media Contact
    Amanda DeBard
    Director
    adebard@brt.org

Membership Contact
LeAnne Redick Wilson
Senior Vice President
​lwilson@brt.org

    

What is Business Roundtable

Business Roundtable (BRT) is an association of chief executive officers of leading U.S. companies working to promote sound public policy and a thriving U.S. economy.

With the first half of 2012 now behind us, it is becoming increasingly important that Congress take action to address the critical fiscal and tax issues facing our nationRead BRT’s letter urging Congress and the White House to resolve fundamental fiscal and tax issues confronting America here.

Continued inaction in Washington puts the U.S. economy, our businesses and our workers at great risk. As evidence, 78 percent of Business Roundtable CEOs have lowered their projections for sales, capital spending and U.S. hiring over the next six months.

To drive economic growth and reduce unemployment, American businesses must have the confidence to invest and to hire. Changes in tax policy can create the conditions for more robust job creation in the private sector, stronger capital formation, higher exports and increased foreign investments. Without these changes, uncertainty and excessive taxation restrict our ability to innovate, compete and hire.

Through an aggressive, multifaceted campaign, Business Roundtable continues to urge Congress and President Obama to coalesce around a multiyear growth and deficit reduction plan to restore long-term stability to the U.S. economy.

RESOURCES:

Fiscal Cliff Letter to the Administration

Fiscal Cliff Letter to Congress 

Business Roundtable Letter to Senate on S. 3364 (Stabenow Bill)

PACE Letter Opposing S. 3364 (Stabenow Bill)

Taking Action One Pager – Sound Fiscal Policy

March Toward Madness Campaign — Press Release

March Toward Madness Advertisement

BRT.org April Fools Pages — To show how far behind America is among its global competitors when it comes to corporate taxes, BRT revamped its website on April Fools' Day, turning back the clocks to 1986 when the U.S. last reformed its corporate tax system. You can view what the site looks like in the PDF here.

Tax Foundation Videos

BRT Vice Chair Addresses Fiscal and Tax Issues

"Taxmageddon" Blog Post

October 26, 2011 Letter to Members of Joint Select Committee on Deficit Reform

Multi-Industry Letter Urging Increased Budget Savings from the Joint Committee on Deficit Reduction – Sept. 29, 2011

Roadmap for Growth - Fiscal Policy: Competitive Taxation and Deficit Reduction -- One Pager

Business Roundtable Statement on Fiscal Reform and the Debt Limit 

Letter to the Administration Urging Immediate Action on Debt Ceiling