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The Proposed Tax Changes

The Proposed 2013 Tax Changes Are Only Weeks Away

(SXXW28G5BWN3) The powers that be are still trying to work out how they can forestall the fiscal cliff but everyone should be prepared for the consequences.

English: President Barack Obama speaks to a jo...

English: President Barack Obama speaks to a joint session of Congress regarding health care reform (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

The Congress and President Obama are wondering how they can ward off the impending fiscal cliff, in a matter of days the tax cuts that were implemented by Bush will come to an end and spending will be slashed as the year comes to an end, no … Read more at 2011 Taxes.

Learn About The Buffett Rule

Learn About The Buffett Rule

Watch out for debate misdirection when it comes to taxes. Dr. Cornwall wants everyone to know that there will never be a tax increase on the extremely wealthy population (The Buffett Rule) that will put the tiniest dent in the tax shortfall of the United States.

So why is everyone so focused on the debate about making those who bring home over $250,000 a year pay more in taxes?

The answer is the Buffet Rule by President Obama. This Buffett Rule raises the taxes on a group of extremely wealthy people, but we … Read more at 2011 Taxes.

Mitt Romney and The Debt Ceiling Deal

COLUMBUS GROVE, OH – AUGUST 25: Republican vice presidential candidate U.S. Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI) speaks to supporters on August 25, 2012 in Columbus Grove, Ohio. Ryan and presumptive Republican presidential nominee, former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney, are campaigning together leading up to the Republican National Convention beginning August 27 in Tampa, Florida. (Image credit: Getty Images via @daylife)

The Debt Ceiling Deal

On Sunday September 9th 2012, presidential nominee Mitt Romney denounced the debt ceiling deal that helped to avert an overwhelming government debt default in the US. This despite the fact that one of the deals supporters is … Read more at 2011 Taxes.

Did You Know That The United States Will Soon Have The Highest Corporate Taxes?

Believe it or not, the United States is about to have the highest corporate taxes of any other industrialized country. Right now, only Japan has a higher corporate tax rate than the United States. However, that is all about to change very soon.

In less than a week, Japan will be reducing its corporate tax rate to 36.8 percent, while the United States will continue to have corporate taxes of 39.2 percent. This is calculated by combining the current business tax rate of 35 percent with average state taxes of 4.2 percent. It is a curious state of affairs, especially … Read more at 2011 Taxes.

Essential Facts On Cash Overseas

It is estimated that Apple is going to spend about $45 billion of the company’s cash overseas reserves in coming three years. This is the part of the program which the company announced on Monday and it includes first dividend for company’s shareholder since 1995.

Not a single penny is intended to come from about $64 billion of the company which has been stashed overseas.
This is like other companies; Apple is loath for paying heavy tax hit for the repatriation of that money.
Along with the tech giants like Microsoft and Google, apple is pushing for the tax holiday … Read more at 2011 Taxes.

After Fierce Contention Over Payroll Tax, GOP Plays Offense To Dems.

With reputations damaged after payroll tax cut squabbles, Republicans in congress fight to change topics by emphasizing job creation. Pushing legislation that would bring jobs to the suffering economy, the GOP contends that bills promoting energy and transportation services, as well as lowering business tax and promoting capital, will reinvigorate the weak job market.

On the other hand, Democrats fight to retain control by forcing the Republican vote on needed programs paid for by tax hikes on the highest wage earners, in an election year nonetheless.

Both legislative positions emphasize political strategy drawn from the fight over payroll. The battle … Read more at 2011 Taxes.