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And notice that that "news" item from a very left-wing magazine, put out that story just before the Nov. elections. And the story was typical Trump-hating BS.


"The IRS has released 2018 Statistics of Income (SOI) data.

This data shows that middle-income American families saw the biggest tax cut – measured as the percentage decrease in "total tax liability" between 2017 and 2018 – from the Trump-Republican Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA).

Total tax liability includes federal income taxes as well as taxes listed on IRS form 1040 such as social security taxes on self-employment income and tax applicable to individual retirement arrangements (IRAs).

As the data notes, Americans with incomes between $50,000 and $100,000 saw their tax liability drop by twice as much as Americans with income above $1 million:"(

Congressional Democrats have argued that one of the best ways to pay for the legislation is to raise taxes on wealthy households, which, according to many on the left, have benefited disproportionately and unfairly from the 2017 tax reform law passed by Republicans and signed by former President Trump. The latest data, however, proves that this claim is pure mythology.(

Does anyone in their right mind really believe that middle-class Americans are financially better off today than they were 4 years ago?

From: Common sense | Tom Camfield

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