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107606 No. 107606 ID: b430d1
>Trumps tax cut could be retroactive to the 2016 tax year

All that income tax I though was gone is coming back!
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>> No. 107624 ID: 0876ee
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God, I seriously hope so.
>> No. 107626 ID: 1cff13
That would be truly amazeballs
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u don't have to buy health insurance anymore either
>> No. 111123 ID: ad5548
Reading this thread almost a year later is a bummer.

https://www.accountingtoday.com/news/irs-wont-accept-tax-returns-next-year-without-health-coverage
>> No. 111126 ID: 4d835f
>>111123
that just means that anyone who doesn't have health insurance isn't committing a crime if they don't file. of course they'll still be charged and sent up because people too poor for insurance can't afford the 6 figure lawyer bills to take bullshit like that to court. where the hell is grover torquiest when you need him and how the fuck is all-republican government letting this happen? i though they were against the excesses of government and the democrats were the heavy taxes/big spending authoritarian party and the republicans were the small taxes/small government/balanced budget/freedom loving libertarian types
>> No. 111128 ID: 738b31
>>111126
>how the fuck is all-republican government letting this happen? i though they were against the excesses of government and the democrats were the heavy taxes/big spending authoritarian party and the republicans were the small taxes/small government/balanced budget/freedom loving libertarian types

>believing this
>2017

there has never really been a difference. there never will be.
>> No. 111135 ID: cce514
Good news everybody: the republicans want to ban people from saving money for retirement to fund tax breaks for corporations!
http://www.marketwatch.com/story/theres-talk-of-capping-401k-contributions-at-2400-per-year-2017-10-20
>Proposals floating around Washington to cap the amount that Americans can contribute before taxes to 401(k) plans and individual retirement accounts are unsettling professionals in the retirement industry.

>Republicans are looking for ways to generate revenue to support broad reductions in individual tax rates. One idea is to limit the amount of pretax money households can sock away for retirement saving. Such a move would likely generate significant political blowback but it hasn’t been explicitly ruled out, stirring worry among industry lobbyists.

>Members of the House Ways and Means Committee are widely expected to release a version of the tax bill by mid-November. Specifics on a wide range of issues remain unclear. Emily Schillinger, a spokeswoman for the Ways and Means Committee, declined to comment.

>Lobbyists and others in the retirement and financial services industries who have spoken to congressional staff and committee members say lawmakers are looking at proposals that would allow 401(k) participants to contribute significantly less than what is currently allowed in a traditional tax-deferred 401(k). An often mentioned amount is $2,400 a year. It isn’t clear whether that would only apply to 401(k)s or IRAs or both.
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