On Sunday’s This Week, ABC’s Chief Anchor George Stephanopoulos repeatedly hit GOP presidential frontrunner from the left over his tax plan and repeatedly scolded him for wanting to cut government spending. After the ABC host chastised...Show More Summary
Another deliberately misleading article claims Sanders' tax plan will cost the American people $15 trillion. Please
“You’re arguing with a politician as though facts matter to what a politician says." ile astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson largely refused to rip Ben Carson during Friday’s episode of Real Time, he did admit to feeling uncomfortable with one of the Republican candidate’s proposals. Show More Summary
Trump's Tax Plan: 'Tax Reform That Will Make America Great Again' Enrollment Plummets At Northeast Ohio Law Schools: Akron (-16%), Case (-36%), Cleveland (-39%) IRS Chief Counsel Blasted For Favorable Ruling On Total Return Swaps Men Cite Their Own Work More Than Women Tax Profs Oppose Territorial Tax System, Offshore...
While astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson largely refused to rip Ben Carson during Friday’s episode of Real Time, he did admit to feeling uncomfortable with one of the Republican candidate’s proposals. “He basically is saying, ‘I want you to pay 10 percent,'” Impact...
So far, four Republican candidates have released details of their tax plans. And yet all four are missing something -- as Donald Trump would put it -- HUGE. Among many ideas, Jeb Bush wants to lower tax rates across the board for both individuals and corporations as well as cut back the capital gains rate. Show More Summary
Donald Trump would not tell reporters whose advice he received in creating his tax plan, but I hear a familiar voice in its 3 1/2 pages. It sounds like Jeb Bush. Bush released his own tax reform plan a couple of weeks earlier in September than his fellow Republican presidential candidate Trump...
Links to the best reading in funds investing: Advice from go-anywhere ETF investors at the Morningstar conference. Chris Dietrich, Barrons.com. Hedge fund will get a ‘yuge’ tax cut in Donald Trump’s new tax plan. Matt O’Brien, The Washington Post. Why are Asia’s hedge funds seeing so little growth? Leslie Shaffer, CNBC. A feud between two […]
GOP candidates' tax plans consist of "huge cuts on the wealthy while blowing up the deficit"
Donald Trump railed against "the hedge fund guys" who are "getting away with murder" by "paying nothing" in taxes, so naturally his tax plan would cut theirs by, well, a yuge amount. Now, there are three things to know about Trump's tax plan. The first is that everybody gets a tax cut, but the rich get […]
(Hat Tip: Jack Manhire, Washington Post)
Contrary to what the GOP front-runner said before its release, the Trump tax plan is what Jared Bernstein calls ‘hugely regressive,’ cutting taxes for the...
Mark Bloomfield: Donald Trump's tax proposal could do much more—in terms of reforms for simplification and to amend the tax code to foster growth.
We haven't yet seen the Donald Trump trade plan in written form, as we have with his tax plan, but the front-runner for the Republican presidential nomination has said a lot about what he wants to do. The post The Donald Trump Trade Plan “Would Start a Global Trade War” appeared first on The Wall Street Examiner. Show More Summary
A few Hillary supporters just learned an important lesson about paying attention to your candidate’s policies. Following the announcement of Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump’s tax plan, late night TV host Jimmy Kimmel set out to find whether voters paid any attention to details.
Donald Trump says he’d eliminate the tax break on carried interest. What he doesn’t say is he’d give the investment managers who now benefit from that scheme an even bigger tax cut than they get today. And, it turns out, Trump’s new tax regime would not only benefit hedge fund managers, [...]
More from Trail Guide Sept. 30 Hillary Clinton's fundraising haul: $28 million for the quarter Sept. 29 O'Reilly to Trump: To win the nomination, don't you need to be 'a bit kinder and more mature?' Sept. 28 Donald Trump's tax plan could cost U.S. trillions of dollars Sept. 27 Ohio Gov. John Kasich...
Donald Trump’s tax plan is the logical conclusion to the Wall Street Journal‘s infamous “lucky duckies” description of Americans who don’t earn enough to pay income taxes. The Republican frontrunner released his tax plan Monday that would remove about half of all...
Chaos theory describes self-replicating herd behavior. Steve Jobs told us to "think different." Most tax practitioners are overwhelmingly driven to self-replicating herd planning. Individuals with "black swan" tax events need "think different" planning.
From the September 30 edition of Premiere Radio Networks' The Sean Hannity Show: SEAN HANNITY: Juan, as I examined and read in detail the other day on this program the Trump economic plan, I actually like it a lot and a lot of conservatives like it. Show More Summary