Amid this once-in-a-generation opportunity to finally fix America’s broken tax code, a flurry of analyses and economists are highlighting the critical importance of doing so.

The rate at which America taxes its job-creating businesses – currently the highest in the industrialized world – is ultimately a painful cost paid for by working families in the form of lost opportunities and lower wages. From the 4,700 companies America lost between 2004 and 2016 to the nearly $4,700 an average corporate worker loses in wages each year, here’s what top analyses and economists are saying about how our record-setting corporate tax rate is a burden borne by workers:

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