Miller: It's time for true tax reform and spending cuts
Raise your hand if you enjoy filing taxes.
Me neither. In fact, I don't know anyone who enjoys this annual exercise.
The average taxpayer spends more than $250 and 13 hours a year to comply with the IRS. It's no wonder tax season is so aggravating for most Americans.
The U.S. tax code hasn't been overhauled since 1986. That's before the Minnesota Twins even won their first World Series. We've seen a lot of changes since 1986. The economy is drastically different. The size of the government has exploded. And our national debt has gone from $2.1 trillion in 1986 to $20 trillion today. Washington doesn't have a revenue problem. It has a spending problem.