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mousdrvr May 19 shared via Twitter
It’s not just the GOP. The Dems are co-conspirators in 40 years of corporate piracy. If you doubt this, google “Nixon UBI Universal Healthcare” or “federal tax brackets 1972” at least *economically* your boy is solidly right of the dude tattooed on Roger Stone’s back.


lostinkansas4 12 hours ago shared via Twitter
We need a truly progressive federal income tax with 20 marginal brackets. Each subsequent bracket should double the income range for the previous bracket while increasing the marginal rate by 5% per bracket. $0-30k @ 0%. $30-60k @ 5%. $60-120k @ 10%. $120-240k @ 15% until 100%.


roncaruthers May 21 shared via Twitter
Nick of the North (he lives in LA county while I'm in San Diego) points out something important: Your unemployment benefits ARE taxable at both the federal AND state level. And it COULD push you into a higher tax bracket. Beware. For more info:


DmitrysPlane May 25 shared via Twitter
Sanders pays a pathetically low 13% federal tax rate on an income that puts him in a 28% tax bracket. He donates a pathetically low less than 3% to charity. He doesn’t give a shit about low income workers where it counts by paying his fair share of taxes and giving to charities


Daniel_R_Ducote May 22 shared via Twitter
This isn't like changing your mind on what the income tax brackets should be. The guy wanted to segregate blacks and whites on separate buses. He belongs nowhere near the federal government. His judgement can't be trusted.


LempaLyn May 20
Derp. That's not how it works, dispshit. Federal taxes go by income. There are 10 donor states and NJ is one of the top ones. We have higher paying jobs which results in a higher tax bracket. So we end up carrying a lot of dead weight from the other states.


mousdrvr May 21
I know. It’s been like this for every election in my life time. The steady inexorable move to the right. Sometime google “Nixon UBI universal healthcare” or “federal tax brackets 1972” your boy is economically way to the right of the guy tattooed on Roger Stone’s back.


Trump promised To release his taxes To balance the Federal budget To end mass shootings To help the American farmers To bring peace to the Middle East To cut the number of tax brackets To eliminate the Federal deficit To enact term limits FAILED


kuria_mapesa 3 hours ago
You are a consumer of CNN ‘Fake News’ clearly. Media are in the business of selling news not informing you. Go & find budgetary, revenue, interventions, tax brackets, index rate et ol of every U.S federal dept. during Obama & Trump reign.


Eli2JonesNYG May 18
Every tax bracket received a decrease in federal taxes


Light Reading: Treasury Department Federal Tax Regulation Guide. How many pages have you read?


robertcairnswf 21 hours ago
Bedtime Story: U.S. Federal Tax Code. How many pages have you read?


InsNewsNet May 22
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bwsteg May 24
How much federal taxes do you see on your w2? And how big if any of a refund check do you receive? Many people don’t realize that they pay little to zero taxes especially in the income brackets needed to qualify for any stimulus help.


RobOakeshott1 May 22
If 3 million employees don't exist, or have been reported in the wrong income brackets, we have Australia's biggest taking the piss of the Tax Office in history. This will take some time. (...btw, which is why deferring a Federal ICAC makes sooooo much sense...)


BookingTheElite 19 hours ago
a) no one gets taxed 40% b) if you’re in the tax bracket that gets taxed the Federal max (33%) unless you have a cocaine habit, the CERB is just sitting in your bank account


Also, under Art. 1 Sec. 8, progressive taxation is constitutional because it is uniform taxation throughout each bracket which are uniform throughout the U.S.. The *federal* income tax on people making over $50k isn't different between Montana, California, Florida, & New York.


ncscott1963 May 23
I am a teacher and my husband is a union member. We ended up in a 20+% tax bracket in 2019. Twenty-percent in federal taxes alone is a lot of money. I consider us to be solid middle class. I don’t understand why we pay so much and corporations pay so little!


carolealana May 23
In 1960, the top tax bracket (Federal) was 91% That started at any income ABOVE $100,000, btw. And look at what America DID with those funds. We had a thriving middle class, infrastructure projects - freeways built everywhere. We're now a $hithole country- they pay 15% now


BabyTrump45 May 22
“Spoiled” is an insane way to look at it. People in this tax bracket are already heavily taxed. Income over $160k is taxed at 32%. And that is just federal income tax.


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