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The Senate version of the Duterte administration’s second tax reform package for corporate income may still pass before Congress takes a Holy Week break on March 13. | @bendeveraINQ 

"Efforts should be made to see that investors are not terrorised by the provisions of the income tax and goods and services tax"

If you earn six figures and haven’t been filing your taxes, the IRS may come knocking. The agency says it is stepping up its efforts to visit high-income taxpayers who failed in prior years to file their tax returns on time.

Dem debate op: Helter skelter lacking in structure, entertaining; however I won't vote for any Democrat @realDonaldTrump  I'm retired with limited income. Please reduce tax rate on 50k below 22%. Add dental to Medicare. Provide Student debt forgiveness for seniors. @foxnewsalert 

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Deputy Commissioner of Income Tax U.N. Dilip stated that failure to transfer ownership even after receiving the consideration would fall squarely under the definition of #benami  transaction #Sasikala 

It’s a 1.6% increase over last year, a jump that comes after the state imposed a new tax on the uninsured and offered new subsidies to help middle-income earners pay their monthly health insurance premiums.

By presenting two alternate budgets side by side, tangibly demonstrating what’s at stake, Gov. Pritzker has made his best argument yet for a graduated income tax.

The IRS says it is stepping up its efforts to visit high-income taxpayers who failed in prior years to file their tax returns on time.

Gov. Pritzker proposed a $40.7 billion state budget Wednesday but dressed it up by dangling the prospect of a $1.4 billion revenue boost if voters approve a radical income-tax overhaul this fall. @PoliticalEditor  reports:

Sanders mentioned the Amazon didn't pay federal taxes. Amazon projected not paying federal income tax for 2017 and 2018, but it did estimate paying taxes for 2019 #DemDebate 

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Amazon CenturyLink Chevron Deere Delta Air Lines Eli Lilly FedEx Gannett General Motors Goodyear Honeywell JetBlue MGM Resorts Netflix Prudential Financial Starbucks Whirlpool Total federal income tax paid by these companies last year: $0

Last year, for the first time on record, the 400 wealthiest Americans paid a lower total tax rate than any other income group.

Joe Biden has 44 billionaire campaign contributors. Pete Buttigieg only has 39. This is why 3 people own more wealth than the bottom half of America. This is why Amazon and other major corporations pay $0 in federal income tax. We need to get money out of politics. #DemDebate 

Here is something everyone should know: Because of Trump's 2017 tax cuts there are now DOZENS of corporations with BILLIONS in profits that pay ZERO FEDERAL INCOME TAX Some companies are paying LESS THAN ZERO The gov't is SENDING CHECKS to Amazon, Chevron, Netflix & Starbucks

Amazon made $11,200,000,000 in profits last year. Its federal income tax bill: ZERO. It is simply not true that we cannot afford to invest in housing or health care or education. We will make massive corporations finally pay their fair share.

“Face It, You Probably Got A Tax Cut!” This was a New York Times headline, and it is very true. If Republicans take back the House, and keep the Senate and Presidency, one of our first acts will be to approve a major middle income Tax Cut! Democrats only want to raise your taxes!

Bernie Sanders and wife should pay the Pre-Trump Taxes on their almost $600,000 in income. He is always complaining about these big TAX CUTS, except when it benefits him. They made a fortune off of Trump, but so did everyone else - and that’s a good thing, not a bad thing!

....doesn’t even include the almost $2000 that the families got from the Trump Tax Cut.” Stephen Moore, Freedomworks That means $5000 to $6000 more in disposable yearly income that Americans have right now because of President Trump!

.: "People looking back at this moment will not be able to believe that a country with $21 trillion in debt, with the greatest levels of income disparity that we've seen since the Gilded Age, would find as its solution $2 trillion in tax breaks for the rich."

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