Both Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump have both introduced plans that would change the federal tax system. Hillary Clinton’s tax plan would increase federal revenue by about $1.4 trillion over the next decade. Her plan would make the current tax code more progressive by raising taxes on top earners and cutting taxes for families with young children. Show More Summary
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What was meant to be an insult took less than a minute to become a battle cry. As she explained parts of her tax plan during the third and final presidential debate Wednesday night, Hillary Clinton dinged opponent Donald Trump for his apparent failure to pay federal taxes in recent years. “Such...
PARIS (Reuters) - The French government is set to drop plans to introduce a carbon tax, French financial daily Les Echos said on Thursday.
The Tax Foundation has an interesting analysis of Trump’s tax plan compared to Hillary’s. Hillary is negative on GDP, capital investment, wage growth, and jobs. Trump is positive on all four under two different models.
I said tax plan, not tax return. I know that he lied when he said he’d release his tax return before the election, and then lied again when asked why he changed his mind. I’m talking about his tax plan, the one that would raise taxes on millions of working class Americans, while he slashes taxes […]
Submitted by Michael Shedlock via MishTalk.om, The Tax Foundation has an interesting analysis of Trump’s tax plan compared to Hillary’s. Hillary is negative on GDP, capital investment, wage growth, and jobs. Trump is positive on all four under two different models. Trump vs. Show More Summary
Incorporating the macroeconomic effects of the tax plans of Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump has little effect on their revenue implications, according to updated analyses...
Donald Trump lashed out toward the end of the final presidential debate on Wednesday. The Republican presidential nominee went after Hillary Clinton when she explained her tax plan, pointing out that she would raise taxes on top earners like herself and Trump. "We need to put more money into social security trust funds. Show More Summary
Today is October 19, the 59th birthday of Grover Norquist of Americans for Tax Reform (ATR), a group he founded in 1985 that promotes the Taxpayer Protection Pledge opposing all tax increases. Here are some interesting links I came across: Europe...Show More Summary
Both Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump have released tax plans during the campaign. The Tax Foundation has analyzed both the plans using our Taxes and Growth (TAG) model to estimate how their plans would impact taxpayers, federal revenues, and economic growth. Show More Summary
NYU School of Law 40 Washington Square South Faculty Library (3rd floor) Tuesday, October 25th, 6:00 PM to 7:30 PM On Tuesday, October 25th from 6:00-7:30 PM, the NYU Graduate Tax Program will host a discussion of the presidential candidates’ […]
At this point, most people who pay attention to tax policy are familiar with how Hillary Clinton’s and Donald Trump’s plans would work and their implications. However, I think it would be useful to take a step back and review the plans and what we at the Tax Foundation think their impacts on federal revenues, taxpayers, and the economy will be. Show More Summary
The respected Tax Policy Center earlier this month concluded that Donald J. Trump’s tax proposals could blow up the national debt and that Hillary Clinton’s plans did little to change … Click to Continue »
Today the Penn Wharton budget model project presented its macroeconomic analysis of the tax plans proposed by presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. An interactive version of its macroeconomic analysis can be found here. Show More Summary
Hillary Clinton vows to dramatically increase and expand the federal estate tax to unprecedented levels. Take that Trump/Bernie.
GOP candidate Donald Trump’s tax plan would give preferential treatment to "gig" economy workers
TAX FOUNDATION: Trump’s Estate Tax Plan Would Raise GDP, Incomes By 1%; Clinton’s Would Shrink GDP, Incomes By 1%.
"Tax cuts skewed towards the wealthy elite starve our communities of much-needed resources while further tilting the scales towards large corporations and the rich."- Stephen Rouzer at Main Street Alliance If you cut taxes for the rich...Show More Summary
It feels more than a little silly to be talking about policy plans when one of the two candidates for president is mounting his own Nuremberg rallies to declare that the bankers, the Media, and his opponent are colluding to destroy the...Show More Summary