Seth Hanlon is a senior fellow at American Progress, where he focuses on federal tax and budget policy.
Prior to rejoining American Progress, he served as special assistant to the president for economic policy at the White House National Economic Council, where he coordinated the Obama administration’s tax policy. He has also served as senior tax counsel for the House Budget Committee Democratic staff under former ranking member Rep. Chris Van Hollen (D-MD) and as tax counsel for Sen. Debbie Stabenow (D-MI), a senior Finance Committee member, among other Capitol Hill roles. He was the Director of Fiscal Reform during a prior stint at American Progress and an associate attorney at Caplin & Drysdale, Chartered.
Hanlon has testified before Congress, and his work has been cited in the Financial Times, The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Atlantic, and other publications. He has been featured in CNBC, NPR, C-SPAN and other outlets to discuss tax issues.
Hanlon received his bachelor’s degree from Harvard University and his J.D. from Yale Law School.
By Seth Hanlon
|The Romney Tax Plan Still Doesn’t Add Up||Center for American Progress Action||October 18, 2012|
|Sheldon Adelson’s Return on Investment||Center for American Progress Action||September 11, 2012|
|Romney Declares Corporate Loopholes Off the Table in Tax Reform||Center for American Progress Action||August 23, 2012|
|The Romney Economic Agenda and Its Effect on the Middle Class and Growth||Center for American Progress Action||July 31, 2012|
|Romney Tax Plan: Many Happy Returns for Big Oil||Center for American Progress Action||July 26, 2012|
|Romney’s New Tax Incentive for Outsourcing U.S. Jobs||Center for American Progress Action||July 16, 2012|
|Romney’s Tax Giveaways to Himself and the Rich||Center for American Progress Action||January 24, 2012|
|Mitt Romney’s Tax Plan in 5 Charts||Center for American Progress Action||January 12, 2012|
|The Top 10 Most Shocking Aspects of Newt Gingrich’s Tax Plan—in Pictures||Center for American Progress Action||December 15, 2011|
|Could Tax Reform Boost Business Investment and Job Creation?||Center for American Progress Action||November 17, 2011|
|Three Questions for Speaker Boehner||Center for American Progress Action||September 15, 2011|