Trump’s pitch to cut taxes for the rich is a doozy.
Why is the average US household’s 2016 tax bite was $10,489, a whopping 41 percent more than just three years earlier? Americans shelled out just $7,203 for food and $1,803 for clothing on average, a total of just $9,006. Folks that translates to double digits less than taxes paid.
Are BLS figures pointing to American families increasingly being taxed, while rich people and corporations?
Consumer Expenditure Survey https://www.bls.gov/cex/
Trump says his tax reform plan is good for the little guy—it’s not http://bit.ly/2wMnZex
Trump's "tax reform" is just another bailout for the rich: http://bit.ly/2et4zUW
It’s a Myth That Corporate Tax Cuts Mean More Jobs https://nyti.ms/2whx6me
Can Trump's corporate tax cuts help the middle class? https://www.cbsnews.com/news/can-trumps-corporate-tax-cuts-help-the-mid…
Trump wants to slash America’s corporate tax rate, but that rate is a myth
Here are 100 companies that prove it: http://politi.co/2gnijgP
Open thread for night owls: The Don's tax plan is—surprise!—a confidence scam
Americans Aren't So Excited About Tax Reform https://bloom.bg/2wmLIB5
Corporate Tax Cuts Don’t Create Jobs, They Enrich CEOs via @thenation https://www.thenation.com/article/corporate-tax-cuts-dont-create-jobs-t…