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TheNarrator

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2% on those with 50M in assets and 3% for those with 1B in assets:

https://www.cnbc.com/2019/01/24/elizabeth-warren-to-propose-new-wealth-tax-economic-advisor.html

The Post reported that Warren has been advised by Saez and Gabriel Zucman, left-leaning economists affiliated with the University of California, Berkeley, on a deal that would levy a 2 percent wealth tax on Americans with $50 million-plus in assets. For Americans with assets above $1 billion, that tax rate would increase to 3 percent.



CNN called it a redistribution of wealth - hard to see it as anything other than that.
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2% on those with 50M in assets and 3% for those with 1B in assets:

https://www.cnbc.com/2019/01/24/elizabeth-warren-to-propose-new-wealth-tax-economic-advisor.html

The Post reported that Warren has been advised by Saez and Gabriel Zucman, left-leaning economists affiliated with the University of California, Berkeley, on a deal that would levy a 2 percent wealth tax on Americans with $50 million-plus in assets. For Americans with assets above $1 billion, that tax rate would increase to 3 percent.



CNN called it a redistribution of wealth - hard to see it as anything other than that.

Democrats have gone full retard with this one.  2% additional tax on income, or are they talking about going to these rich folks and walking out of their houses with 2% of their assets?   

Do they realize that many of these ultra-rich do not work, not make an 'income'.  So are they going to tax their earnings on investments/savings?  You will underwater a lot of investments, maybe even savings with low interest rates.  Once you do that, those rich people take their money and go home.  That will decapitilization of markets to a level you have never thought. 

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40% tax bracket. Top earners have to pay says Yoda. The Evil Empire(IRS) audits the top tier earners at a 70% clip vs others who earn less.

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Democrats have gone full retard with this one.  2% additional tax on income, or are they talking about going to these rich folks and walking out of their houses with 2% of their assets?   

Do they realize that many of these ultra-rich do not work, not make an 'income'.  So are they going to tax their earnings on investments/savings?  You will underwater a lot of investments, maybe even savings with low interest rates.  Once you do that, those rich people take their money and go home.  That will decapitilization of markets to a level you have never thought. 


I think you could figure this out if you gave it a try. Most of us pay a small percent property tax. We all find a way to pay it, whether we’re retired or not. Now if a person has a net worth of $60 million, he has wealth tax of $200,000 under Warren’s plan. This person finds a way to pay property tax and certainly can find a way to pay wealth tax. It’s not that hard to figure out.


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Democrats have gone full retard with this one.  2% additional tax on income, or are they talking about going to these rich folks and walking out of their houses with 2% of their assets?   

Do they realize that many of these ultra-rich do not work, not make an 'income'.  So are they going to tax their earnings on investments/savings?  You will underwater a lot of investments, maybe even savings with low interest rates.  Once you do that, those rich people take their money and go home.  That will decapitilization of markets to a level you have never thought. 




Why do the democrats tank every economy they get any power over? Democrats are fundamentally stupid.

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Why do the democrats tank every economy they get any power over? Democrats are fundamentally stupid.


What Warren is proposing is taxing wealth that was or will be taxed already.  It's the ultimate slippery slope to confiscating all wealth over a certain amount.

Where have we seen this before?  Three places.

Immigration - Democrats snookered Reagan into granting amnesty and then not delivering border security.  Now, they're trying to pull the same trick on Trump.

Obamacare won't become single payer.  Now most Democrat candidates for POTUS are proposing Medicare for all - single payer.

Abortion will always be limited.  Now, New York has passed a law that allows abortion up to the point of birth.

Democrats lie with the same ease that they breathe.

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What Warren is proposing is taxing wealth that was or will be taxed already.  No, it's just a tax on all assets over $50 million versus just real estate assets.  It's the ultimate slippery slope to confiscating all wealth over a certain amount.  That's like saying property tax is intended to take your home.

Where have we seen this before?  Three places.

Immigration - Democrats snookered Reagan into granting amnesty and then not delivering border security.  No, GOP wanted cheap labor and chose not to penalize businesses who hire illegals.  Now, they're trying to pull the same trick on Trump.  No, in fact the Trump organization has participated in hiring the illegals.

Obamacare won't become single payer.  Now most Democrat candidates for POTUS are proposing Medicare for all - single payer. Some day there will be preventive care for all citizens.  Our military and police officers provide security for all Americans and the last step is to provide healthcare for all Americans, which is equally important.

Abortion will always be limited.  Now, New York has passed a law that allows abortion up to the point of birth.  The health of the mother will always be a factor.

Democrats lie with the same ease that they breathe. It wasn't a Democrat who told you Mexico would pay for a border wall or Obama was a foreigner.  It wasn't a Democrat who told you millions of illegals voted or Hillary would be locked up.  You might want to change this last statement. 

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What Warren is proposing is taxing wealth that was or will be taxed already.  It's the ultimate slippery slope to confiscating all wealth over a certain amount.

Where have we seen this before?  Three places.

Immigration - Democrats snookered Reagan into granting amnesty and then not delivering border security.  Now, they're trying to pull the same trick on Trump.

Obamacare won't become single payer.  Now most Democrat candidates for POTUS are proposing Medicare for all - single payer.

Abortion will always be limited.  Now, New York has passed a law that allows abortion up to the point of birth.

Democrats lie with the same ease that they breathe.



Roger all that brother. They lie like a prayer rug.

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Bloomberg comes out and bashes warren’s plan as socialism.

It’s not a tax on income, it’s a tax on existing wealth.
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I must check this, and will, but an historian at Davos said yesterday that the marginal tax rate in America at some point in the 1950s was 90 percent and a 70 percent inheritance tax--and this while Eisenhower was president. Taxing the very rich at high rates is good for the country and still leaves piles of money for the wealthy to spend on their toys. The big problem with America is that capitalism has been hijacked by corporate vultures and Republicans who think it's OK to exploit working people so that owners and executives can get filthy rich. It's not OK for the Waltons of Wal-Mart to screw their employees--as they have royally for 40 years--while they become billionaires. $9 an hour in 2018 is not OK--rather, it is disgraceful, and so is $10 and $11 an hour. Disgraceful. 

There is a serious shortage of truck drivers in this country. Why? Because it's a hard job essentially--and the pay is bad (surprise!). A lot of companies don't even have their own truck drivers; they prefer to hire independent drivers because--surprise!--they don't have to pay benefits to independent drivers, and they can pay them less--surprise! I think Wal-Mart has truck drivers who are employees of the company, but they don't have enough drivers because--surprise!--they pay the drivers poorly. So Wal-Mart announced this week....drum roll...that it was going to raise the pay of its truck drivers by a WHOPPING $1,500 a year, in an effort to recruit/keep more drivers. $1,500 a year!! Whoppee! That amounts to a little more than $100 extra a month--before taxes. That is such classic bull$hit behavior by these retail giants. They want to pretend their doing workers a favor by giving them a few extra pennies a month in an effort to solve a problem that they themselves created because their too freaking cheap to pay workers properly. The problem in America is not employment, it is pay. 

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It's called a free market. Imagine the cost of products when the left demands a minimum wage and benefits package for independent truck drivers. If that's not enough, can you imagine the cost of freight when using mandated inefficient electric powered 18 wheel trucks? Cost on the store shelves would skyrocket because of delivery costs. On a side note, there are a lot of illegal aliens driving trucks in the US. These illegals often own their own trucking companies and operate them in the US without any questions from state and local authorities. Illegals can open companies, have bank accounts, own real property, and avoid any taxation that their US counterparts are burdened with.
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I must check this, and will, but an historian at Davos said yesterday that the marginal tax rate in America at some point in the 1950s was 90 percent and a 70 percent inheritance tax--and this while Eisenhower was president. Taxing the very rich at high rates is good for the country and still leaves piles of money for the wealthy to spend on their toys. The big problem with America is that capitalism has been hijacked by corporate vultures and Republicans who think it's OK to exploit working people so that owners and executives can get filthy rich. It's not OK for the Waltons of Wal-Mart to screw their employees--as they have royally for 40 years--while they become billionaires. $9 an hour in 2018 is not OK--rather, it is disgraceful, and so is $10 and $11 an hour. Disgraceful. 

There is a serious shortage of truck drivers in this country. Why? Because it's a hard job essentially--and the pay is bad (surprise!). A lot of companies don't even have their own truck drivers; they prefer to hire independent drivers because--surprise!--they don't have to pay benefits to independent drivers, and they can pay them less--surprise! I think Wal-Mart has truck drivers who are employees of the company, but they don't have enough drivers because--surprise!--they pay the drivers poorly. So Wal-Mart announced this week....drum roll...that it was going to raise the pay of its truck drivers by a WHOPPING $1,500 a year, in an effort to recruit/keep more drivers. $1,500 a year!! Whoppee! That amounts to a little more than $100 extra a month--before taxes. That is such classic bull$hit behavior by these retail giants. They want to pretend their doing workers a favor by giving them a few extra pennies a month in an effort to solve a problem that they themselves created because their too freaking cheap to pay workers properly. The problem in America is not employment, it is pay. 

haha.  yeah. let's let Kaploo the economist set the wage scales for all.  He can use his EMOtional index. 

We were coming out of WWII and this is the top marginal rate, it was 84%.  

Reagan cut it to 28% in 1987.  It was glorous times.  Money and jobs everywhere.  Raises were of 15% were common.  No real war debt to pay off. 

There is no need for the government largess at this point in our history.  We can cut all that and get people to work.  We don't need massive welfare programs or unemployment programs when the unemployment rates are running under 4%.  

I am not sure how providing people employment is screwing them.  I have known many people that have gone through Walmart.  Some went on to become managers at Walmart and were able to use the free training provided to leverage into VP at a bank job.  I met a guy in a bar last summer that was making huge bucks.  He hauled oversized dozers.  His company was in Alaska, and mostly hauled to and from Alaska.  So it was like one week out one week back.  His wife drove the safety car and they travel the US and love it.  He says he learned to be professional truck driver working for Walmart.  How to work hard, no drinking and driving, even when in your personal car, drug testing.  Has a beautiful home up in Alaska.  Gets loads of time to hunt and fish.  

Capitalism was way more damaged by the economical collapse of 2008, than any company ever could.  Big government programs blew up, caused the people they were trying to help to lose everything, crushed the economy, froze the money supply.  

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And with all the deductions in the tax code at the time nobody that the top rate was applied to paid anywhere near that much.
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I must check this, and will, but an historian at Davos said yesterday that the marginal tax rate in America at some point in the 1950s was 90 percent and a 70 percent inheritance tax--and this while Eisenhower was president. Taxing the very rich at high rates is good for the country and still leaves piles of money for the wealthy to spend on their toys. The big problem with America is that capitalism has been hijacked by corporate vultures and Republicans who think it's OK to exploit working people so that owners and executives can get filthy rich. It's not OK for the Waltons of Wal-Mart to screw their employees--as they have royally for 40 years--while they become billionaires. $9 an hour in 2018 is not OK--rather, it is disgraceful, and so is $10 and $11 an hour. Disgraceful. 

There is a serious shortage of truck drivers in this country. Why? Because it's a hard job essentially--and the pay is bad (surprise!). A lot of companies don't even have their own truck drivers; they prefer to hire independent drivers because--surprise!--they don't have to pay benefits to independent drivers, and they can pay them less--surprise! I think Wal-Mart has truck drivers who are employees of the company, but they don't have enough drivers because--surprise!--they pay the drivers poorly. So Wal-Mart announced this week....drum roll...that it was going to raise the pay of its truck drivers by a WHOPPING $1,500 a year, in an effort to recruit/keep more drivers. $1,500 a year!! Whoppee! That amounts to a little more than $100 extra a month--before taxes. That is such classic bull$hit behavior by these retail giants. They want to pretend their doing workers a favor by giving them a few extra pennies a month in an effort to solve a problem that they themselves created because their too freaking cheap to pay workers properly. The problem in America is not employment, it is pay. 



You have no clue on the subject.


I have a buddy the lost his job a few years ago in the oil field. Things got tight and was almost to the point of loosing their home. He still had his CDL and got hooked up hauling campers all over, even into Canada. He makes REAL GOOD money, everything is paid off except his house. This fall his wife quit her job and took a driving course now they are a driving team. They took off 3 weeks over Christmas, vacationing in Jamaica this summer, and went to Aruba last summer.

I also have a BIL that owns his own transport company, started as a shop helper right out of high school and now owns a very successful company. His wife is a CPA and quit her job to do the company bookkeeping. They pay well and treat their employees very good.

The reason for shortages in these fields is that we are now a couple decades into the college for everyone started under Clintons' "Goals 2000" education iniative. High school age kids are steered into advancing education without a clear path on future employment. I spent 15yrs teaching vocational education, and watched declining enrollment as high school counselors tried to steer kids away from skills training.

The reason Wal-Mart is offering more money is simple economics. A shortage of workers coupled with an abundance of opportunities makes it an employees market. An employable skill set makes you a valuable commodity, I think I learned all that in ECON 101.

For someone who continually champions how smart you are, you repeatedly fail to prove it.

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As some of you know, I am retiring this year.  I started my job search today and sent out a couple of resumes.  My wife mentioned this morning that we need to be careful.  If I find another job, and if the Democrats get the Presidency and continue to control the House, we could be taxed to death.  As most of us know, that "tax the rich" never taxes the rich and, instead, ends up hurting the middle class.  Will history continue to repeat itself?  
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As some of you know, I am retiring this year.  I started my job search today and sent out a couple of resumes.  My wife mentioned this morning that we need to be careful.  If I find another job, and if the Democrats get the Presidency and continue to control the House, we could be taxed to death.  As most of us know, that "tax the rich" never taxes the rich and, instead, ends up hurting the middle class.  Will history continue to repeat itself?  


You really believe the last tax cut helped middle class and not the rich? Really? You would be in direct opposition to most economists in the country. The tax legislation mentioned here usually starts at people worth, or making tens of millions, not tens of thousands. You won't be bothered. 

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Are you expecting to go beyond the 12% bracket?


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You really believe the last tax cut helped middle class and not the rich? Really? You would be in direct opposition to most economists in the country. The tax legislation mentioned here usually starts at people worth, or making tens of millions, not tens of thousands. You won't be bothered. 

I was greatly helped by the taxcut.  Very middle class.  My numbers are great, minus my overly aggressive state tax which I no longer get to deduct, but that is the states fault. 

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You really believe the last tax cut helped middle class and not the rich? Really? You would be in direct opposition to most economists in the country. The tax legislation mentioned here usually starts at people worth, or making tens of millions, not tens of thousands. You won't be bothered. 


I made over a half mil last year and I can promise you the tax cuts did not help me one bit.  AMT made sure of that.  In addition, my cap gains was taxed at 20%, not 15%, because of my income level.  In addition, my level of income kicked in other goodies like the additional amount I had to pay for Obamacare.

The lie that the tax cuts benefit the rich is told by people too lazy to do the research.

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I was greatly helped by the taxcut.  


If you were a couple with $250,000 taxable income, you saved about $6-7 thousand.


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You really believe the last tax cut helped middle class and not the rich? Really? You would be in direct opposition to most economists in the country. The tax legislation mentioned here usually starts at people worth, or making tens of millions, not tens of thousands. You won't be bothered. 


Do you really know what the heck you're talking about?  Get away from that echo chamber.  As I mentioned before, not only did I benefit, my wife was given a huge bonus.  From there, she was also included in a "partnership" offering when her company invested that tax break into their employees.  To top that off, we had land that had been for sale for approximately 8 years.  A British company bought it and I mentioned on this site that in negotiations, their representative mentioned that they were making the purchase due to the tax cuts.  Facts!  You can go ahead and believe what your echo chamber puts out.  We are not alone in benefiting from those tax cuts.  

Forgot to mention, I posted here that my tax benefit was approximately $50 per month.  While not a lot, that is $600 in a year.  I'll take it.  Remember when that amount was mentioned by the Democrats and they mocked it?  BTW, that partnership my wife was offered has paid out 18% per year for the past 10 years.  It is rare that this is offered and we jumped on it.  So, yes I really believe those tax cuts helped the middle class.  

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The lie that the tax cuts benefit the rich is told by people too lazy to do the research.


http://money.com/money/5222840/tax-day-tax-law-changes/

https://www.motherjones.com/politics/2017/12/donald-trumps-tax-cuts-will-save-him-millions-of-dollars/



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The middle class (MAGA or not) got played by drumpf. Treasury just admitted today they simply changed the witholding for workers to take out less tax. Some tax cut.

Perhaps telling the truth would have been better, so we could have prepared for the news many of us are getting now. We have to pay the "$17" per check back by April.


91% of the middle tier of income earners saw their taxes lowered.  You should really do some research before coming in here and throwing up on yourself.

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It's true many in the middle class did get a tax cut.  I think it was about two bits an hour for most of them.  Don't spend it all in one place. 

Did you know a billionaire can buy a painting for a million dollars, keep it thirty years until he dies, and his inheritors sell it for ten million dollars tax free?  That's how I understand the no estate tax law to be.  Plug in real estate or other assets for the painting and you still get the same thing.


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The middle class (MAGA or not) got played by drumpf. Treasury just admitted today they simply changed the witholding for workers to take out less tax. Some tax cut.

Perhaps telling the truth would have been better, so we could have prepared for the news many of us are getting now. We have to pay the "$17" per check back by April.

You are not very smart are you?

Taxes were definitely cut.  The withholding tables previously were holding too much money out, so those were also reduced. 

Overpaying is a dopey strategy low-infos use for 'savings'.  You are much better off saving a bit of your money, and owing the IRS.  I try to owe them 5-10k at the end of every year.  I use that money to buy additional short term stock vehicles.  It is interest free from the government.  You just have to be smart enough to have some money around to pay the IRS as bill becomes due. 



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We know the tax bill helped the wealthy.  We're talking about how little the middle class got in the way of tax cuts.  Take off your Mr. Potter glasses for a minute.


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You’d think after her self imposed pity party sabbatical, she’d come back with a little bit of intelligence
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You’d think after her self imposed pity party sabbatical, she’d come back with a little bit of intelligence


The young ones like Harris and Booker I understand.  They have no hope of getting elected but theirs is about name recognition for 2024.  Warren is as old as the dirt once trod upon by Sitting Bull.  And she still has no chance of winning.

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I was speaking of Terpalum, but works with warren too
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