Ryan Budget Plan Would Cut Income Taxes for Millionaires by at Least $187,000 Annually and Facilitate Corporate Tax Avoidance

House Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan has introduced a budget plan that, if implemented, would reduce revenues so significantly that they would be inadequate to pay for the federal spending under the Reagan administration, let alone the spending required in the years ahead. The Ryan budget would provide income tax cuts for millionaires averaging at least $187,000 in 2014. The plan would also reduce corporate income taxes and would increase the ... Full Story »

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Jack Dinkmeyer
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by Jack Dinkmeyer - Mar. 24, 2012

Straight forward analytical article using facts and figures examining how Ryan’s latest “budget” proposal will hand additional benefits to greedy corporations and the already too rich, while billing average Americans for his extravagant largess. It also offers positive proof that inmates have taken control of the asylum.

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by Randy Morrow - Mar. 27, 2012

A territorial system would increase the existing incentives for U.S. corporations to move their operations offshore or use accounting gimmicks to make their U.S. profits ... More »

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