Today is August 23, the date in 1775 when King George III declared the American colonies to be in rebellion, rejecting the Olive Branch Petition proffered by American moderates. The Proclamation of Rebellion led directly to the Second...Show More Summary
ZAGREB (Reuters) - Croatia's two biggest parties are promising tax cuts and toning down talk of tough reforms as well as building alliances with smaller, mostly upstart parties to try to convince voters they can produce a stable government in September's snap election.
Trump is pushing a plan squarely in the GOP tradition of sharp tax cuts for individuals and businesses, which most analyses conclude would largely benefit wealthier Americans. Clinton, meanwhile, is proposing to raise taxes for the wealthiest...Show More Summary
When the American economy is stuck in a rut, how do we get it moving again? We know the route to recovery: Cutting tax rates, closing loopholes, and broadening the base to encourage working and saving, building businesses and creating jobs. I've seen such strategy work before, and I know we can do it again. Show More Summary
Tax cuts for Olympians would likely only benefit those who do not need it.
The weekly Market Update is posted at Alpha Baskets and includes the following; The price of crude has of course been stubbornly low for months now. The expected “tax cut” benefit appears to have never materialized as evidenced by plenty of data points including the ones mentioned above. While many point to low prices as […]
DFL Gov. Mark Dayton and House Speaker Kurt Daudt clashed Friday over light rail after meeting to break an impasse on a possible special legislative session to pass a menu of tax cuts and a public works package.
I do not expect you to agree with all of my ideas, but unlike my critics, I have ideas. They actually work. Here they are. MY ECONOMIC POLICY: 1) Massive supply-side income tax cuts 2) Capital Gains tax cuts, 0% rate on those with < 100k in stocks. 3) Eliminate all estate taxes. 4) Reduce […]
But Democratic candidate would rather have Trump's tax returns than a tax cut.
Donald Trump always takes care of Donald Trump. “A little-noticed provision in Donald Trump’s tax reform plan has the potential to deliver a large tax cut to companies in the Republican presidential nominee’s vast business empire, experts say.” Republicans should read carefully. “Every day spent defending the indefensible Donald Trump is a day not used trying to […]
Menzie Chen at Econbrowser, who spends a lot of time looking at the Kansas economic experiment in state tax cuts, disagrees with Ironman about the effects of drought on the Kansas economy: Ironman at Political Calculations asserts it does. Unfortunately, he makes a mistake in calculating Kansas GDP ex.-agriculture by...
One major difference is that Mr. Trump would give the wealthy a big tax cut, and Mrs. Clinton would raise their taxes.
Hillary Clinton gives a speech in Michigan detailing her economic plan. by Christopher Frizzelle "If you add up all of Trump's ideas, from cutting taxes for the wealthy and corporations to starting a trade war with China to deporting...Show More Summary
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump promised a home-building group "big league" tax cuts and "massive" cuts in regulation while add said Democratic rival Hillary Clinton would spoil the economy.
On Monday, Donald Trump stopped the wisecracks and laid out a serious plan to jumpstart the nation’s limping economy. He proposed tax cuts, regulatory relief, unfettered development of coal, oil
Huge tax cuts for the rich would not spur growth in manufacturing jobs.
The $5.4 billion budget relies on an increase in property taxes, cuts, adjustments in purchasing and other "efficiencies," and two big assumptions. [ more › ]
Delta cancels flights for second day; Trump talks tax cuts; and look out, Chipotle: Burger King selling a "Whopperito." These headlines and more from CBS MoneyWatch.
Mercatus Center Senior Research Fellow Veronique de Rugy takes a look at Donald Trump's big economic speech in Detroit yesterday: Presidential nominee Donald Trump wants "to jump start America," and thinks "it won't be that hard." In a speech delivered at the Detroit Economic Club, he outlined his plan for the economy. Show More Summary