Taxes seem to be a controversial topic in our modern times for some reason. Even before the Coronavirus pandemic, the topic of property and income taxes seemed to set people off. You would think that all Americans would like to keep more of their hard-earned money, but many seem to enjoy wasting part of their…

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A caravan of 4,000 immigrants is making its way to the southern U.S. border and there are many reasons why Americans should worry. A recent Center for Immigration Studies report shows a surge in the number of illegal immigrants crossing the border as well as an increase in the price taxpayers are left to pay…

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Months after tax reform passed into law, Americans are still seeing the benefits. We won’t see the full list of benefits for a few years, but it’s a really good sign that we are seeing a lot of them now. The gross domestic product (GDP) is over 4 percent for the second quarter, wages have…

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Wealth creation is essential to making America great again. That’s why it’s disconcerting that we still have a silent tax based on inflation on capital gains – a tax that leads to less capital, depresses wages and job growth. Inflation is a tool created by the Washington Swamp to expand the supply of money faster…

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Atlanta, Ga. – Tea Party Patriots Citizens Fund (TPPCF) Chairman Jenny Beth Martin released the following statement on today’s Supreme Court ruling in South Dakota v. Wayfair. “Today’s Supreme Court decision to overturn the physical presence standard for taxation of Internet sales is disappointing, and will likely have a negative impact on online sales and our bustling Internet economy.  We…

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Serious tax reform is something that hasn’t happened in many years. Six months ago, the first huge tax reform since 1986 was signed into law. In those short six months, the tax cuts have been showing how beneficial the law is to Americans. One major goal of tax reform was to create more jobs and,…

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Starbucks announced Wednesday that they will create 8,000 new jobs and 500 manufacturing positions along with spending $250 million on pay increases, new jobs, employee benefits and stock options for their partners at the company’s stores. The coffee giant cites the “recent changes in the U.S. tax law” for its decision. The Washington Examiner has…

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There are nearly 24 million hard-working Americans who participate in the “gig economy,” including Uber drivers, web designers, and contractor janitors. These are some of the smallest of small businesses and beginning next year, they will see large reductions in their taxable income thanks to President Trump’s historical tax reform. The National Review has the…

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