I wanted to provide a brief overview regarding Trump's Senate Tax Bill, issues with it, and how I think people should take advantage of what it offers - even if some of the benefits are short-lived, there are ways we can take advantage of thin...
I wanted to provide a brief overview regarding Trump's Senate Tax Bill, issues with it, and how I think people should take advantage of what it offers - even if some of the benefits are short-lived, there are ways we can take advantage of things to make ourselves benefit as well as competitive.
ONE WAY TO TAKE ADVANTAGE? STOP PLAYING THE VICTIM CARD - SEEK THE OPPORTUNITY TO SUCCEED.
BIG NOTE NOT MENTIONED IN MY VID: This appears to be the biggest break (that can last for years) for Americans all-around - ACA and the War on [cougn!] come to mind.
SUNDAY AM UPDATES: - Tim Scott has stated there was ample time to read the Bill. - Hillary Clinton's corpse had enough energy to attend a meeting stating Trump's tax plan is a 'Horrible tax cut plan' and also Tweeted her opinion on it, including the final sentence 'We all need to get to work': something they all should have done since they were elected public figures, but failed to do. - Democrats are Tweeting videos online regarding the hand-written last-minute notes. Not that I side by the Republicans doing this, but it is the game they played with the ACA. - According to the (supposedly) nonpartisan Tax Policy Center, the richest 20 percent of households will reap 90 percent of the benefit of the tax cuts over those 10 years. This is a big DUH! They earn more, have more, so they will benefit more. Instead of looking at their 'savings', look at how their tax brackets were configured. I see very little issue here. - Apparently, there are talks that Trump would increase the corporate tax rate by 2%, which could raise $200-million.