Posts Tagged ‘Bush Tax Cuts’

Tax Impact From Mid-Term Elections – Good News We Think

Thursday, November 4th, 2010

The voters have spoken and the Congressireonal balance of power has shifted dramatically.  So how will this impact future federal tax policy?    We think the new composition will serve the U.S. taxpayers well in terms of limiting tax hikes and controlling deficit spending.

The following video (Video #4) and other other links will provide you some useful guidance:


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The expiration of the Bush Tax Cuts in 2011 will equate to a $138 Billion tax hit in 2011 and $200 Billion in 2012 to wealthy and middle-class U.S. taxpayers.   An extension of the Bush Tax Cuts are predicted to increase GNP by .5% to 1.4%  and the Congressional Budget Office predicts job creation in the 1.3 to 3.5 Million full-time jobs.

Check out the Financial Times’  Op-Ed:

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Obama Must Break His Campaign Tax Promise

Monday, August 9th, 2010

Due to increasing deficits, a languishing economy and horrendous unemployment rates, some experts are saying that President Obama has little choice to break his promise of not increasing taxes on the middle class.

For an interesting analysis by Financial Times’ columnist Clive Cook, please read the following article:


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