How do you like the finalized GOP tax bill?
The following are changing: A new tax cut for the rich, massive tax cut for corporations, can deduct just $10,000 in state, local and property taxes, bigger child tax credit, no Obamacare individual health insurance mandate, You can inherit up to $22 million tax-free! ..... ..... ... “Pass through” companies get a 20 percent reduction, No corporate “AMT” tax ..... Final Republican tax bill slashes U.S. corporate rate, voting next week and still call your Congress person and give your opinion!
It is a disappointment, but not unexpected. I am in CA who am I going to call in congress. CA doesn't understand Reduce Taxes.
Both the Obama congress and Trump congress have left the medical deduction threshold at 10%. it should be down to 2 percent. The Obama congress raised it from 7.5 to 10 that was the wrong direction. both parties dn care about med bills!
Corkers switch to yes:
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You call you Senators and you Representative. It's real easy,
Once again you totally ignored my comment.
If the bill can't pay for itself as Republicans originally claimed, then the party is setting itself up for downfall later, and it will damage the country. If the bill DOES pay for itself (through economic growth) the Republicans will look really good and it will help the country. I don't think this bill will work, and Republicans will find alot of resistance to cutting welfare and SS.
Trickle-down economics is voodoo economics, so no, it won't work. Next President will be handed a mess.
It works poorly. The 80's weren't a disaster as far as getting the economy going again, but it's short term, and there's NO guarantee that companies will create new jobs with the money. What we're currently doing doesn't work either. Dilemma.
by fishskinfreak2008 8 years ago
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by Ralph Deeds 9 years ago
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by Poppa Blues 8 years ago
The bill contains 500 billion in NEW taxes. These taxes will affect everyone, not just the rich. In fact if you need a medical device, you will now have to pay a tax for it! Yes a tax on things like defibrillators, wheel chairs, fillings, and stents, so your hospital bills will now be higher! Here...
by ptosis 5 months ago
Do you like the GOP tax bill that will increase the deficit by $1 trillion?If hate it then I ask you, did you contact your 2 senators that represent you via email or phone? Since 1971 the middle class has lost 30% of its wealth What this bill does is take $8 billion from the middle class to...
by Stacie L 7 years ago
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by Susan Reid 7 years ago
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