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State and Property Tax Deductions Need To Go

Published on November 5, 2017 By sirrahc

“Those who voted for the budget and support the full elimination of the SALT [i.e., state and local tax] deduction have shown they understand the key [tenets] of pro-growth tax reform for individuals: lowering marginal tax rates and doing away with tax subsidies.”  — Adam Michel, tax policy analyst at The Heritage Foundation One of […]

Capital Gains Tax Cuts: Who Wins, Who Loses?

Published on December 14, 2011 By sirrahc

Taxes are all over the news, these days. No wonder, since they affect all of our lives. Payroll taxes, income taxes, death taxes, “sin” taxes, etc. There’s a slew of them. But, the one I’d like to address is the (in)famous capital gains tax, which is currently about 15% (down from 20%, thanks to President […]

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