Stocks slide amid worries that the GOP tax plan may be delayed
Thursday, 9 November 2017 () (Reuters) - The S&P 500 was on track to post its biggest one-day percentage loss since August as doubts on whether Republican would be a able to pulloff their promised tax-cut plan weighed on the markets.
A U.S. Senate tax-cut bill, different from one already in the House of Representatives, was expected to be unveiled on...
Republicans are hoping to completely reshape taxes for the first time in decades But what does this mean? Here's what's in the GOP tax plan The tax brackets that exist now will go from 7 to 3 Individuals making up to $90,000 would fall into a 12% bracket Those making up to $260,000 would be in the...
Nov 14 (Reuters) - U.S. stocks opened lower for the fifth straight day on Tuesday as worries about Republican tax plans and the economy's ability to deal with... Sify - BusinessAlso reported by •Newsmax •SFGate
On his nationally syndicated radio talk show, host Mark Levin blasted the GOP’s tax plan in the House and Senate, warning that it is a “flat out lie” that... CNSNews.com - USAlso reported by •Business Insider •Mediaite •FOXNews.com
· *A little-known provision of the GOP tax plan would make investors sell out of positions using an accounting method that would cost them flexibility.*
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Like the House bill, the Senate proposal would impose a 20 percent tax on pay over $1 million at tax-exempt organizations, such as universities and health... philly.com - USAlso reported by •Seattle Times •SFGate