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OPINION

Tax reform could be too big for super committee

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NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- Everyone agrees -- fixing the tax code is imperative.

Many believe a simpler, smarter tax code can help reduce the country's debt burden by generating a more competitive economy and by raising more revenue through lower tax rates and a broader base of what's taxed.

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What's more, many say it's hard to address all the problems facing the entitlement programs without tax reform.

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