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В Мэриленде на полностью бесплатный Medicaid подало 82473 человека, а на частные страховки - 3186.
Интересно, на сколько вследствие этого вырастут наши налоги и сколько народу к нам приедет за бесплатной медициной.
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A 'Rich Guy' Speaks Out Against Higher Taxes

Комментарии (их пока 7 штук) читать одно удовольствие.
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Этот калькулятор считает, насколько увеличится  федеральный подоходный налог, если демократы не передумают  и отменят с января 2011 бушевское сокращение налогов .

Кто-то, помнится, что-то там такое обещал насчет 250К. 

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Thousands of jobs have fled in the last few years. A thousand businesses closed in 2008, and 3,000 more last year. One cause was the national recession. But O’Malley also passed the largest tax increase in Maryland history in 2007. He bumped the sales tax from 5 percent to 6 percent and raised the corporate income tax from 7 percent to 8.25 percent. The following year O’Malley increased the millionaire’s tax from 4.75 percent to 6.25 percent.

According to the Tax Foundation, Marylanders carry the fourth highest tax burden in the nation, and the state ranks 45th in business tax climate.  Already, nearly one third of Maryland’s millionaires have fled, according to the “Rich States Poor States” study published by the free-market American Legislative Exchange Council, taking $100 million in tax revenue with them. 

The story of defense giant Northrop Grumman shows what it means to be in the JV of business-friendly states. Looking to relocate its headquarters from California to the Washington area, Northrop Grumman weighed the pros and cons of Virginia, the District of Columbia, and Maryland. In April, the company chose Virginia. The corporation will take over $30 million in tax revenue to the Old Dominion and hundreds of jobs.


сегодняшние новости:

Демократические власти нашего графства только что повысили  нам налог на электричество на скромные 150 процентов.

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AFL-CIO reportedly is proposing a tax on every single stock transaction — and gaining some support among Dems.

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The bill unveiled by House Democratic leaders Tuesday would create three new tax brackets for high earners, with a top rate of 45 percent for families making more than $1 million. That would be the highest income tax rate since 1986, when the top rate was 50 percent.
The plan would honor Obama's campaign promise not to raise taxes on families making less than $250,000. But it would break an Obama pledge that no one — including the wealthy — would pay higher taxes than they did in the 1990s.

Rep. Charles Rangel, chairman of tax-writing House Ways and Means Committee, called the plan "the moral thing to do."


On September 24, 2008, the House Ethics Committee announced an investigation into Rangel's alleged failure to report thousands of dollars in rental income or pay taxes on his beachfront villa in the posh resort in Punta Cana, Dominican Republic, allegedly living in multiple rent-subsidized apartments in New York City while claiming his Washington, D.C. home as his primary residence for tax purposes, alleged use of congressional stationery to solicit donors for a public policy institute in his name at City College, and other alleged questionable activities.


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