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How tax brackets work

Being in the 24% tax bracket doesn’t mean you pay 24% on everything you make.

The progressive tax system means that people with higher taxable incomes are subject to higher tax rates, and people with lower taxable incomes are subject to lower tax rates. 273 more words


What Were The Actual 2018 Tax Changes?

Q: There was so much talk about the proposed changes to the tax code. Now that the changes have finally been signed into law, I’m wondering which planned modifications actually became a reality. 897 more words

Cities Pitching Diversity In Efforts To Lure Businesses

(AP) – Some cities and regions are highlighting racial diversity along with positive business climates, competitive tax rates and available land in pitches to lure tech companies and high-paying jobs to town. 766 more words


Will Companies Compete Away the Tax Cut's Bounty?

Amid the euphoria over tax reform from CEOs and Wall Street, virtually no one is asking a sobering question: Will competition between businesses erode or erase the early benefits from the steep reduction in the corporate tax rate? 812 more words



Our favorite economist, Brian Wesbury of First Trust, comments on the changes taking place in the economy:

One word that could describe Donald Trump’s unexpected ascendancy to the presidency is – “revolt.” Revolt against the “establishment.” Revolt against the “status quo.”

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Year-End Tax Planning in a Year of Uncertainty

As another year quickly comes to a close, it is more important than ever to think about tax planning and how the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act… 461 more words


Senate's Unpleasant Surprise Hurts Tax Breaks for Tech, Others

One of the last-minute, late-night changes Senate Republican made to their tax-overhaul plan may intend higher taxes for corporations, including technology conglomerates, than the bill’s drafters proposed, experts say. 943 more words