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Category Archives: Tax

Drain the Swamp, or Spread the Swamp? Lawmakers Pitch Relocating Agency Headquarters

Via The Daily Bell The U.S. government plans to spew occupying forces far and wide within the United States. Or… The U.S. government will distribute the income of the bureaucratic class across distressed regions of the country. Are they spreading the wealth, or spreading the swamp? The government’s definition of decentralizing is certainly not the same […]

Spend, Cut And Borrow—-How The GOP Is Heading For Fiscal Calamity, Part 1

davidstockmanscontracorner.com / By David Stockman / December 5th, 2017 Ain’t them Republicans something? They just gifted to American businesses (corporate and pass-thrus) a $1.8 trillion tax cut over the next decade—most of it permanent. And, seemingly, it was as easy as pie to accomplish. That’s because beforehand they had written themselves the equivalent of a parental note to the teacher saying it was OK to […]

Does Trump’s Tax Plan Single Out Family Trusts As A Way To Subsidize Corporate Tax Cuts?

According to an analysis from the Tax Policy Center, the Senate’s recently passed tax plan will increase the after-tax income of folks in every income bracket.  Of course, there are exceptions to every rule and plenty of arguments to be had between the Left and Right over how the tax savings scraps should be divvied […]

Why The Globalists Need A War… And Soon

Authored by Brandon Smith via Alt-Market.com, It is difficult to gauge and understand geopolitical and economic events without first comprehending the fact that much of what happens in the world is engineered to happen and with a specific encompassing goal in mind. If you subscribe to the theory that all is random "chaos" and outcomes […]

Is Tax “Reform” Good For The US Dollar? How About Gold?

Authored by Mike Shedlock via www.themaven.net/mishtalk, Let's investigate what happened after the last 3 major tax reforms. Another "reform" is on deck.  I picked up this idea from Holger Zschaepitz, @Schuldensuehner, who made the following Tweet, posting a chart from Bloomberg. Proposed US tax overhaul, 3rd major change to US tax code over past 40yrs, […]

Flynn, Tax Reform, and Gold

sunshineprofits.com / ARKADIUSZ SIEROŃ / DECEMBER 5, 2017 On Saturday, the U.S. Senate passed a tax-reform bill. What does it imply for the gold market? The last weekend was a turbulent period for the gold market. On Friday, Michael Flynn, Trump’s former national security adviser, was charged and pleaded guilty to lying to FBI agents. It means that […]

Paul Craig Roberts Exposes “Plunder Capitalism”

Authored by Paul Craig Roberts, I deplore the tax cut that has passed Congress. It is not an economic policy tax cut, and it has nothing whatsoever to do with supply-side economics. The entire purpose is to raise equity prices by providing equity owners with more capital gains and dividends. In other words, it is […]

The Trump Tax Cut, the Pass-Through, & Multinationals

armstrongeconomics.com / by Martin Armstrong / Dec 4, 2017 The Trump Tax Reform is a very major deal. There are seven brackets in today’s individual tax code. The Senate version of the Trump Reform is not a windfall for the rich lowering their bracket from 39.6% to just 38.5%. The seven tax brackets currently are: 10%, 15%, […]

Stocks and Precious Metals Charts – Copping a Plea, Tax ‘Reform’, Non-Farm Payrolls

jessescrossroadscafe.blogspot.com / BY JESSE / 01 DECEMBER 2017 “Let justice flow like a river, and righteousness as an ever-flowing stream.” Amos 5:24 I was tempted to title this Red, White, And Screwed,  borrowing a phrase from comedian Lewis Black. Alas, I am not worthy. The markets tanked around 11 AM on the news that Michael Flynn is copping a […]

The Government Is Coming For Your Bitcoin

Authored by Simon Black via SovereignMan.com, The same day Bitcoin cracked its all-time high above $11,000, the government dealt its first blow to the crypto world… On Wednesday, a federal judge in San Francisco ordered the popular Bitcoin exchange, Coinbase, to provide the IRS with information on over 14,000 account holders. The taxman noticed that […]