A set of tax proposals issued today by Rep. Chris VanHollen (D-Md.), the ranking Democrat on the House Budget Committee, may lay the foundation for Democratic employee benefit-related legislation this year and beyond.

The proposals, described as an “action plan to grow the paychecks of all, not just the wealth of a few,” touch on profit sharing, retirement saving incentives and childcare benefits. “Surely we can change the tax code to incentivize corporations to give employees bigger paychecks and reward people who earn money through hard work,” according to VanHollen.

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