republican tax plans
The plan is being sold as the path to growth and more jobs, but the reality is that it poses grave risks of returning us to a time when we were at the mercy of billionaire owners of vast monopolies.
The driving argument behind the controversial tax plan stimulating the American economy was just a front. Wall Street, not Main Street, will reap the rewards.
Nobody likes to spend much time or energy preparing their taxes and it seems that Republicans are betting the same holds true when it comes to protesting the massive tax cuts that largely favor America’s wealthiest families and corporations.
Grad students could face a tax burden increase by at least $10,000 annually, while parents with tax dependent college kids could lose out on up to $2,500.
We asked members of the One Percent who would benefit most from the president's huge tax cut to weigh in. Spoiler alert: It's bad.
Let's get rid of the dumb old IRS! Also, let's make pizza healthy, and make puppies never get old!