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This is a time when the gap between the richest and poorest is huge.
By 2027, over half of all Americans
giving 83% of 1.5 billion to the richest 1%
Considering that this fraction of the population pays something like 30% of all taxes, isn’t 1.5 billion a mere rounding error? Having a hard time summoning the outrage.
Yes, it's actually $1.5 Trillion. So, no, not a rounding error.
By 2027, over half of all Americans — 53 percent — would pay more in taxes under the tax bill agreed to by House and Senate Republicans,
FNWGMOBDVZXDNW saysThis is a time when the gap between the richest and poorest is huge.So, where should the tax cuts go, to the 47% of people paying ZERO in federal taxes now?
Tax cuts for everyone at peak economic cycle. Isn't this tax cut going to turn into inflation? Hope you don't rent your roof...
Isn't this tax cut going to turn into inflation?
Does that include the 47% who don't pay anything NOW? They should pay into the system for the federal services they receive on a daily basis.
Why do we need tax cuts? Economy is doing fine.