Senate Republicans Resume US Tax Overhaul Effort

Senate Republicans are pushing ahead Friday with efforts to overhaul the U.S. tax code after a last-minute delay, prompted by Republicans concerned about an analysis that found the bill would add at least $1 trillion dollars to the debt over 10 years. They delayed a final vote on the legislation late Thursday amid furious, behind-the-scenes efforts… Please follow and like us:

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Trump Heading to Capitol Hill to Rally Support for Tax Vote

U.S. President Donald Trump is heading to Capitol Hill to meet Tuesday with Republican senators as he rallies support for a tax reform bill set to come to a vote later this week. After talks with the president on Monday, Senate leaders confirmed their intention to vote on the massive plan that would permanently cut corporate… Please follow and like us:

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Would tax cut bring higher wages?

WASHINGTON — Gary Cohn, the top White House economic adviser, was onstage making the Trump administration’s case that a huge cut in corporate taxes would trigger a surge of business investments. Then came an off-the-cuff question to business leaders listening to Cohn at The Wall Street Journal CEO Council meeting last week: How many will increase… Please follow and like us:

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Tax Reform Must Level the Playing Field for American Companies

Opinion With Washington pushing full-tilt on tax reform, it’s time to tackle the unfair tax advantage enjoyed by multinational enterprises. Addressing this longstanding problem could provide a unique opportunity to help domestic U.S. corporations compete on a more level playing field with their global counterparts. Currently, taxes are only assessed on multinational enterprises, referred to as… Please follow and like us:

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Stock market ignores Donald Trump distractions, rallies on strong economy

The stock market has rallied and roared since Americans for the first time sent a billionaire businessman to the White House, with the Dow Jones industrial average setting 62 record-high closings since the Nov. 8 presidential election. Nothing has seriously discouraged investors – not the most deadly shooting rampage in modern U.S. history, not a series… Please follow and like us:

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