Let's dispense with the spin about GOP tax cuts for rich

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"Tonight we had a good discussion and I reinforced that any tax reform bill must support working families and family farmers so they aren't burdened with debt and it must stand up for retirees who want to live their remaining years with dignity while also simplifying the tax code and lowering compliance burdens". 'If the agreement goes through, negotiations on raising the now binding debt ceiling will start again in only a few months, ' suggesting that other items on the agenda may have to take a back seat to debt debate. "That takes at least 14 votes, and hopefully we'll get more".

"It's the beginning of a very important process to achieve, for the first time in a generation, overhauling our tax system and giving middle-class families a much-deserved break", Ryan told reporters after the GOP meeting Wednesday. Though that plan may be in flux, various economists have said it would indeed represent a tax cut for the highest earners in the U.S. Unemployment is already unusually low at 4.4 percent.

"The President was adamant that this is not a tax cut for the rich and said that's exactly what people will portray, but he said 'I can assure you that is not going to happen, I assure you it's going to be mostly for the middle class, '" said Manchin.

Tax cuts will not only deliver us to economic nirvana, they'll rebuild your flooded city, restore power to your blacked-out state, and maybe even give you a firm tummy and gleaming white teeth. "I don't understand why there are no details, especially since our leadership said we would have details on tax reform months ago". Trump has said that his goal is a 15 percent corporate rate - a goal he repeated Wednesday. But the Obama administration observed later that the move had diminished tax revenue and unintentionally led companies to hoard cash overseas in hopes of receiving that discount. Brady added that the budget is necessary for a tax revamp.

PwC noted that the rate for "industries encouraged by the China government", such as high-tech industries, was 15%.

Members of the conservative House Freedom Caucus have said they won't vote to pass a budget out of the House until they get more details on tax changes.

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Stephens estimates that lower rates would lead the company to immediately invest more money in its phone network, which he said would lead to more hiring by companies that work with AT&T. "When we build more extensive networks, we have people - hard-hat jobs - building those networks".

The chances of Congress actually eliminating all those tax breaks are nearly exactly zero, meaning that while it's technically possible to cut individual tax rates to Trump-like levels, it's "highly improbable", the Tax Policy Center's Howard Gleckman says.

But like many corporations, AT&T also benefited substantially from tax breaks between 2008 and 2015, saving as much as than $38 billion, according to an analysis by the left-leaning Institute on Taxation and Economic Policy.

"It is still clearly possible that tax reform could be enacted over the next near". But the failure of the GOP health-care legislation, which included a almost $1 trillion revenue cut, has scrambled party leaders' plans. Trump's notion that economic growth will pay for most of it is fantasy, and Democrats are not going to sacrifice popular tax deductions such as those for mortgage interest and charitable donations to help pay for tax cuts for the rich. This assumes that business owners want to expand their payroll rather than just enjoy higher profits.

Mr. Mnuchin promised that detailed information about proposed tax rates and changes to deductions would be revealed later this month.

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