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On a yearly basis the IRS adjusts more than 40 tax provisions for inflation. This is done to prevent what is called “bracket creep,” when people are pushed into higher income tax brackets or have reduced value from credits and deductions due to inflation, instead of any increase in real income.

The IRS used to use the Consumer Price Index (CPI) as a measure of inflation prior to [1] However, with the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of , the IRS now uses the Chained Consumer Price Index (C-CPI) to adjust income thresholds, deduction amounts, and credit values accordingly.[2]

Federal Income Tax Brackets and Rates

In , the income limits for all tax brackets and all filers will be adjusted for inflation and will be as follows (Tables 1). The top marginal income tax rate of 37 percent will hit taxpayers with taxable income of $, and higher for single filers and $, and higher for married couples filing jointly.

RateFor Single IndividualsFor Married Individuals Filing Joint ReturnsFor Heads of Households
10%Up to $9,Up to $19,Up to $14,
12%$9, to $40,$19, to $81,$14, to $54,
22%$40, to $86,$81, to $,$54, to $86,
24%$86, to $,$, to $,$86, to $,
32%$, to $,$, to $,$, to $,
35%$, to $,$, to $,$, to $,
37%$, or more$, or more$, or more

Standard Deduction and Personal Exemption

The standard deduction for single filers will increase by $ and by $ for married couples filing jointly (Table 2).

The personal exemption for remains eliminated.

Filing StatusDeduction Amount
Single$12,
Married Filing Jointly$25,

Head of Household

$18,

Alternative Minimum Tax

The Alternative Minimum Tax (AMT) was created in the s to prevent high-income taxpayers from avoiding the individual income tax. This parallel tax income system requires high-income taxpayers to calculate their tax bill twice: once under the ordinary income tax system and again under the AMT. The taxpayer then needs to pay the higher of the two.

The AMT uses an alternative definition of taxable income called Alternative Minimum Taxable Income (AMTI). To prevent low- and middle-income taxpayers from being subject to the AMT, taxpayers are allowed to exempt a significant amount of their income from AMTI. However, this exemption phases out for high-income taxpayers. The AMT is levied at two rates: 26 percent and 28 percent.

The AMT exemption amount for is $73, for singles and $, for married couples filing jointly (Table 3).

Filing StatusExemption Amount
Unmarried Individuals$73,
Married Filing Jointly$,

In , the 28 percent AMT rate applies to excess AMTI of $, for all taxpayers ($99, for married couples filing separate returns).

AMT exemptions phase out at 25 cents per dollar earned once taxpayer AMTI hits a certain threshold. In , the exemption will start phasing out at $, in AMTI for single filers and $1,, for married taxpayers filing jointly (Table 4).

Filing StatusThreshold
Unmarried Individuals$,
Married Filing Jointly$1,,

Earned Income Tax Credit

The maximum Earned Income Tax Credit in for single and joint filers is $, if the filer has no children (Table 5). The maximum credit is $3, for one child, $5, for two children, and $6, for three or more children. All these are relatively small increases from

Filing StatusNo ChildrenOne ChildTwo ChildrenThree or More Children
Single or Head of HouseholdIncome at Max Credit$7,$10,$14,$14,
Maximum Credit$$3,$5,$6,
Phaseout Begins$8,$19,$19,$19,
Phaseout Ends (Credit Equals Zero)$15,$42,$47,$51,
Married Filing JointlyIncome at Max Credit$7,$10,$14,$14,
Maximum Credit$$3,$5,$6,
Phaseout Begins$14,$25,$25,$25,
Phaseout Ends (Credit Equals Zero)$21,$48,$53,$57,

Child Tax Credit

The child tax credit totals at $2, per qualifying child and is not adjusted for inflation. However, the refundable portion of the Child Tax Credit is adjusted for inflation but will remain at $1, for

Capital Gains Tax Rates & Brackets (Long-Term Capital Gains)

Long-term capital gains are taxed using different brackets and rates than ordinary income.

For Unmarried Individuals, Taxable Income OverFor Married Individuals Filing Joint Returns, Taxable Income OverFor Heads of Households, Taxable Income Over
0%$0$0$0
15%$40,$80,$54,
20%$,$,$,

Qualified Business Income Deduction (Sec. A)

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act includes a 20 percent deduction for pass-through businesses against up to $, of qualified business income for unmarried taxpayers and $, for married taxpayers (Table 7).

Filing StatusThreshold
Unmarried Individuals$,
Married Filing Jointly$,

Annual Exclusion for Gifts

In , the first $15, of gifts to any person are excluded from tax. The exclusion is increased to $, for gifts to spouses who are not citizens of the United States.

[1] Internal Revenue Service, “Revenue Procedure ,” https://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-drop/rppdf.

[2] Robert Cage, John Greenlees, and Patrick Jackman, “Introducing the Chained Consumer Price Index,” U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, May , https://www.bls.gov/cpi/additional-resources/chained-cpi-introduction.pdf.

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Frequently Asked Questions on Gift Taxes

The IRS will provide an account transcript for gift tax returns when Form T, Request for Transcript of Tax Return, is properly completed and submitted with substantiation. The transcript may be requested via fax or by mail using Form T. Upon receipt and verification (including matching current taxpayer and taxpayer representative records with the information on the submitted Form T), a hardcopy transcript will be mailed to the address of record. Incomplete or unsubstantiated requests will be rejected, and a Notice will be sent to the Requester. No fees apply.

Form T, Request for Transcript of Return, and instructions PDF are available on IRS.gov. Form T has multiple uses and special attention must be taken when completing the form for a gift tax inquiry. Complete the form using the printed instructions paying close attention to the following:

Lines 1aand1b: Enter the Donor's information including an SSN.

Lines 2a and 2b: Leave blank.

Line 3: Enter Donor's current address if living; estate representative's name, title and address if donor is deceased. The address provided must match the official IRS record.

Line 4: Leave blank.

Line 6: Enter "Form "

Line 6 a-c: The ONLY option available for gift tax is 6b. DO NOT make any other selections in items

Line 9: Enter the tax period (MMDDYYYY). If the tax period is unknown, refer to the "Written Requests" section below.

Line for Attestation Clause: The requester must read and agree to the attestation clause on Form T. This box must be checked to have Form T processed.

Signature/Title Requirements: The Requester must be authorized to receive the information. If the taxpayer listed on Line 1 is the Requester, no further documentation is necessary. If the Requester is other than the taxpayer shown in Line 1, the Title portion of the signature section must be completed and substantiated; see Documentation below.

Documentation: Please note that in every situation, the individual making the request for information must be authenticated.

  1. If a Personal Representative/Executor/Executrix is signing the information request, then, Letters Testamentary, Letters of General Administration or another similar document from the Court must be provided with the request for information. Enter either "Personal Representative" or "Executor" or "Executrix" in the Title section.
  2. If there is no probate and a surviving spouse is requesting the data, then a statement that no probate will be commenced, and a copy of a marriage certificate or other similar document is necessary to be provided with the request for information. Enter "Spouse" in the Title section.
  3. If there is no probate and the estate is administered under the control of a Trustee, then a statement that no probate will be commenced and a Certificate of Trust or a copy of the complete Trust Instrument must be provided with the request for information. Enter "Trustee of the _______ Trust" in the Title section.
  4. If a Trust Officer signs the request for information, the Bank and/or Trust Company must substantiate its authorization to receive taxpayer information, including identification the specific Trust Officer. Enter "Trust Officer" in the Title section.
  5. If a tax professional signs the request for information, provide a copy of the initial Form submitted to the IRS for the same taxpayer and the same tax year. A new Power of Attorney is not enough; the record must be established on CAF prior to sending the request for information. For additional information, refer to the "A Note about Form , Power of Attorney" section below. Enter "Power of Attorney" in the Title section.

General Tip: Altered forms will not be accepted. This includes white out, pen and ink changes, or type overs of any kind.

The instructions for Form T provides a chart directing where to mail or fax the request based upon the state in which the taxpayer was domiciled. Choose the RAIVS Team in either Ogden, UT or Cincinnati, OH.

Written Requests

It is also acceptable to send a written request to the IRS to secure a gift tax transcript. This method should be reserved for taxpayer's that do not have record of which tax year(s) a gift tax return was filed. The written request must include language requesting a determination of "All Gift Tax Returns Filed" for the taxpayer. Use the same fax number or mailing address provided in the Form T Instructions. The requester must be substantiated with documentation as outlined above for a request using Form T. Unsubstantiated requests will be rejected.

A Note about Form , Power of Attorney

Please be advised that a duplicate, incomplete, and/or unsubstantiated Form can result in a rejection of information requests. These tips are provided to reduce the potential for rejection of Form T.

  • File only one official Form , Power of Attorney PDF, in accordance with the most current instructions for each taxpayer. Use the same spelling and address for the taxpayer on all future correspondence.
  • Send one complete original with substantiation to the CAF Unit as indicated on the instructions for Form This is the only way the Form is recorded.
  • For subsequent correspondence with the IRS for the same taxpayer, provide a copy of the official Form Do not make any alterations; do not provide an original signature; simply label it as a "Copy." The official filing will be electronically verified by IRS based on the data originally filed with the CAF Unit.
  • Do not send a Form with future correspondence that has not been sent to the CAF Unit for processing. Note that signature dates and other items from the official Form are recorded and will be verified against any new data requests.
  • To update the CAF with a tax professional's address or telephone number, do not submit a new Form Instead, send written notification that includes the new information and the representative's signature to the location where the original Form was filed.
  • The CAF system is only updated with documents received at the CAF Unit.
  • Although not mandatory, it may be beneficial to check "Other acts authorized" at Line 5a and write in "Request and Receive IRS Transcripts."
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On a yearly basis the IRS adjusts more than 40 tax provisions for inflation. This is done to prevent what is called “bracket creep,” when people are pushed into higher income tax brackets or have reduced value from credits and deductions due to inflation, instead of any increase in real income.

The IRS used to use the Consumer Price Index (CPI) as a measure of inflation prior to [1] However, with the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of , the IRS now uses the Chained Consumer Price Index (C-CPI) to adjust income thresholds, deduction amounts, and credit values accordingly.[2]

Federal Income Tax Brackets and Rates

In , the income limits for all tax brackets and all filers will be adjusted for inflation and will be as follows (Tables 1). The top marginal income tax rate of 37 percent will hit taxpayers with taxable income of $, and higher for single filers and $, and higher for married couples filing jointly.

RateFor Single IndividualsFor Married Individuals Filing Joint ReturnsFor Heads of Households
10%Up to $9,Up to $19,Up to $14,
12%$9, to $40,$19, to $81,$14, to $54,
22%$40, to $86,$81, to $,$54, to $86,
24%$86, to $,$, to $,$86, to $,
32%$, to $,$, to $,$, to $,
35%$, to $,$, to $,$, to $,
37%$, or more$, or more$, or more

Standard Deduction and Personal Exemption

The standard deduction for single filers will increase by $ and by $ for married couples filing jointly (Table 2).

The personal exemption for remains eliminated.

Filing StatusDeduction Amount
Single$12,
Married Filing Jointly$25,

Head of Household

$18,

Alternative Minimum Tax

The Alternative Minimum Tax (AMT) was created in the s to prevent high-income taxpayers from avoiding the individual income tax. This parallel tax income system requires high-income taxpayers to calculate their tax bill twice: once under the ordinary income tax system and again under the AMT. The taxpayer then needs to pay the higher of the two.

The AMT uses an alternative definition of taxable income called Alternative Minimum Taxable Income (AMTI). To prevent low- and middle-income taxpayers from being subject to the AMT, taxpayers are allowed to exempt a significant amount of their income from AMTI. However, this exemption phases out for high-income taxpayers. The AMT is levied at two rates: 26 percent and 28 percent.

The AMT exemption amount for is $73, for singles and $, for married couples filing jointly (Table 3).

Filing StatusExemption Amount
Unmarried Individuals$73,
Married Filing Jointly$,

In , the 28 percent AMT rate applies to excess AMTI of $, for all taxpayers ($99, for married couples filing separate returns).

AMT exemptions phase out at 25 cents per dollar earned once taxpayer AMTI hits a certain threshold. In , the exemption will start phasing out at $, in AMTI for single filers and $1,, for married taxpayers filing jointly (Table 4).

Filing StatusThreshold
Unmarried Individuals$,
Married Filing Jointly$1,,

Earned Income Tax Credit

The maximum Earned Income Tax Credit in for single and joint filers is $, if the filer has no children (Table 5). The maximum credit is $3, for one child, $5, for two children, and $6, for three or more children. All these are relatively small increases from

Filing StatusNo ChildrenOne ChildTwo ChildrenThree or More Children
Single or Head of HouseholdIncome at Max Credit$7,$10,$14,$14,
Maximum Credit$$3,$5,$6,
Phaseout Begins$8,$19,$19,$19,
Phaseout Ends (Credit Equals Zero)$15,$42,$47,$51,
Married Filing JointlyIncome at Max Credit$7,$10,$14,$14,
Maximum Credit$$3,$5,$6,
Phaseout Begins$14,$25,$25,$25,
Phaseout Ends (Credit Equals Zero)$21,$48,$53,$57,

Child Tax Credit

The child tax credit totals at $2, per qualifying child and is not adjusted for inflation. However, the refundable portion of the Child Tax Credit is adjusted for inflation but will remain at $1, for

Capital Gains Tax Rates & Brackets (Long-Term Capital Gains)

Long-term capital gains are taxed using different brackets and rates than ordinary income.

For Unmarried Individuals, Taxable Income OverFor Married Individuals Filing Joint Returns, Taxable Income OverFor Heads of Households, Taxable Income Over
0%$0$0$0
15%$40,$80,$54,
20%$,$,$,

Qualified Business Income Deduction (Sec. A)

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act includes a 20 percent deduction for pass-through businesses against up to $, of qualified business income for unmarried taxpayers and $, for married taxpayers (Table 7).

Filing StatusThreshold
Unmarried Individuals$,
Married Filing Jointly$,

Annual Exclusion for Gifts

In , the first $15, of gifts to any person are excluded from tax. The exclusion is increased to $, for gifts to spouses who are not citizens of the United States.

[1] Internal Revenue Service, “Revenue Procedure ,” https://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-drop/rppdf.

[2] Robert Cage, John Greenlees, and Patrick Jackman, “Introducing the Chained Consumer Price Index,” U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, May , https://www.bls.gov/cpi/additional-resources/chained-cpi-introduction.pdf.

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Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of

US federal tax legislation

Great Seal of the United States
Long titleAn Act to provide for reconciliation pursuant to titles II and V of the concurrent resolution on the budget for fiscal year
Acronyms(colloquial)TCJA
NicknamesTax Cuts and Jobs Act
GOP tax reform
Trump tax cuts
Cut Cut Cut Act[1]
Enacted&#;bythe th United States Congress
Public law–97
Statutes at Large&#;Stat.&#;
Acts affectedInternal Revenue Code of
Agencies affectedInternal Revenue Service
  • Introduced in the House of Representativesas H.R. 1 byKevin Brady (R–TX) on November 2,
  • Committee consideration byHouse Committee on Ways and Means; passed committee on November 9, , as "Tax Cuts and Jobs Act" (24–16)
  • Passed the House of Representatives on November 16, &#;(–)
  • Passed the Senate on December 2, &#;(51–49)
  • Reported by the joint conference committee on December 15, ; agreed to by the Senate on December 20, &#;(51–48) and by the House of Representatives on December 19, and December 20, &#;(––)
  • Signed into law by PresidentDonald Trumpon December 22,

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of (TCJA)[a] is a congressional revenue act of the United States signed into law by President Donald Trump which amended the Internal Revenue Code of Major elements of the changes include reducing tax rates for businesses and individuals, increasing the standard deduction and family tax credits, eliminating personal exemptions and making it less beneficial to itemize deductions, limiting deductions for state and local income taxes and property taxes, further limiting the mortgage interest deduction, reducing the alternative minimum tax for individuals and eliminating it for corporations, reducing the number of estates impacted by the estate tax, and cancelling the penalty enforcing individual mandate of the Affordable Care Act (ACA).[5][6]

The Act is based on tax reform advocated by congressional Republicans and the Trump administration.[7] The nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office (CBO) reported that under the Act individuals and pass-through entities like partnerships and S&#;corporations would receive about $&#;trillion in net benefits (i.e. net tax cuts offset by reduced healthcare subsidies) over 10 years, while corporations would receive around $&#;billion in benefits. The CBO estimated that implementing the Act would add an estimated $&#;trillion to the national debt over ten years,[8] or about $&#;trillion after taking into account macroeconomic feedback effects, in addition to the $&#;trillion increase forecast under the current policy baseline and existing $20&#;trillion national debt.[9]

Many tax cut provisions, especially income tax cuts, will expire in ,[10] and starting in will increase over time; this, by would affect an estimated 65% of the population and in that same year the law's provisions are set to be fully enacted,[11] however, corporate tax cuts are permanent. The Senate was able to pass the bill with only 51 votes, without the need to defeat a filibuster, under the budget reconciliation process.[12] The House passed the penultimate version of the bill on December 19, The Senate passed the final bill, 51–48, on December 20, On the same day, a re-vote was held in the House for procedural reasons; the bill passed, – The bill was signed into law by President Donald Trump on December 22, Most of the changes introduced by the bill went into effect on January 1, , and did not affect taxes.[13]

Some critics in the media, think tanks, and academia assailed the law, mainly based on forecasts of its adverse impact (e.g., higher budget deficit,[14] higher trade deficit,[15] greater income inequality,[16][17] and lower healthcare coverage and higher healthcare costs[18]), disproportionate impact on certain states and professions[19][20] and the misrepresentations made by its advocates.[21][22] Some of the reforms enacted by the Republicans have become controversial within key states, particularly the $10, cap on state and local tax deductibility, and were challenged in federal court[23] before being upheld.[24] According to an aggregation of polls from Real Clear Politics, 34% of Americans were in favor of the new plan, 39% not in favor, and 28% unsure.[25]

Plan elements[edit]

Individual income tax[edit]

Under previous law Under TCJA
Rate Income bracket Rate Income bracket
10% $0–$9, 10% $0–$9,
15% $9,–$38, 12% $9,–$38,
25% $38,–$93, 22% $38,–$82,
28% $93,–$, 24% $82,–$,
33% $,–$, 32% $,–$,
35% $,–$, 35% $,–$,
% $, and up 37% $, and up
Under previous law Under TCJA
Rate Income bracket Rate Income bracket
10% $0–$19, 10% $0–$19,
15% $19,–$77, 12% $19,–$77,
25% $77,–$, 22% $77,–$,
28% $,–$, 24% $,–$,
33% $,–$, 32% $,–$,
35% $,–$, 35% $,–$,
39% $, and up 37% $, and up

See also: Income tax in the United States

US Federal marginal income tax rates: comparison of , , rates for individual and married filers

Under the law, there are numerous changes to the individual income tax, including changing the income level of individual tax brackets, lowering tax rates, and increasing the standard deductions and family tax credits while itemized deductions are reduced and the personal exemptions are eliminated.

Most individual income taxes are reduced, until The number of income tax brackets remain at seven, but the income ranges in several brackets have been changed and most brackets have lower rates. These are marginal rates that apply to income in the indicated range as under current law (i.e., prior Public Law or the Act), so a higher income taxpayer will have income taxed at several different rates.[26][27] A different inflation measure (Chained CPI or C-CPI) will be applied to the brackets instead of the Consumer Price Index (CPI), so the brackets increase more slowly. This is effectively a tax increase over time, as people move more quickly into higher brackets as their income rises; this element is permanent.[28][29]

The standard deduction nearly doubles, from $12, to $24, for married couples. For single filers, the standard deduction will increase from $6, to $12, About 70% of families choose the standard deduction rather than itemized deductions; this could rise to over 84% if doubled. The personal exemption is eliminated—this was a deduction of $4, per taxpayer and dependent, unless it is in an estate or trust.[28][29][30]

The child tax credit is doubled from $1, to $2,, $1, of which will be refundable. There is also a $ credit for other dependents, versus zero under current law. The lower threshold for the high-income phaseout for the Child Tax Credit changes from $, AGI to $, for married filers.[31]

Mortgage interest deduction for newly purchased homes (and second homes) was lowered from total loan balances of $1&#;million under current law to $, Interest from home equity loans (aka second mortgages) is no longer deductible, unless the money is used for home improvements.

The deduction for state and local income tax, sales tax, and property taxes ("SALT deduction") will be capped at $10, This has more impact on taxpayers with more expensive property, generally those who live in higher-income areas, or people in states with higher rates for state tax.[32]

The act zeroed out the federal tax penalty for violating the individual mandate of the Affordable Care Act, starting in (In order to pass the Senate under reconciliation rules with only 50 votes, the requirement itself is still in effect).[33] This is estimated to save the government over $&#;billion, because up to an estimated 13&#;million fewer people will have insurance coverage, resulting in the government giving fewer tax subsidies. It is estimated to increase premiums on the health insurance exchanges by up to 10%.[18] It also expands the amount of out-of-pocket medical expenses that may be deducted by lowering threshold from 10% of adjusted gross income to %, but only for (retroactively) and Effective January 1, , the threshold will increase to 10%.[34]

No changes are made to major education deductions and credits, or to the teacher deduction for unreimbursed classroom expenses, which remains at $ The bill initially expanded usage of college savings accounts for both K–12 private school tuition and homeschools, but the provision regarding homeschools was overruled by the Senate parliamentarian and removed. The savings accounts for K private school tuition provision was left intact.[35]

Taxpayers will only be able to deduct a casualty loss if it occurs in a federally declared disaster area.[36]

Alimony paid to a former spouse will no longer be deductible by the payer, and alimony payments will no longer be included in the recipient's gross income. This effectively shifts the tax burden of alimony from the recipient to the payer, increases the amount of tax collected on the income transferred as alimony, and simplifies the audit trail for the IRS.[37] This provision is effective for divorce and separation agreements signed after December 31, [38]

Employment-related moving expenses will no longer be deductible, except for moves related to active-duty military service.[39]

The miscellaneous itemized deduction, including tax-deductions for tax-preparation fees, investment expenses, union dues, and unreimbursed employee expenses, are eliminated.[40]

Fewer people will pay the Alternative minimum tax because the act increases the exemption level from $84, to $, for married taxpayers filing jointly and from $54, to $70, for single taxpayers.[41]

The act repeals the ability to recharacterizeRoth conversions.[42][43]

The act exempts the discharge of certain student loans due to the death or total permanent disability of the borrower from taxable income. This provision applies only to debt discharged during tax years through [44][45]

The act now taxes survivors benefits that were allocated to the children of a deceased military service member as if they were for a trust or estate, which can subject them to an income tax rate of up to 37%.[46]

Estate tax[edit]

See also: Estate tax in the United States

For deaths occurring between and , estates that exceed $&#;million are subject to a 40% estate tax at time of death, increased from $&#;million previously. For a married couple aggregating their exemptions, an estate exceeding $&#;million is subject to a 40% estate tax at time of death.[47]

Corporate tax[edit]

See also: Corporate tax in the United States

See also: Double Irish arrangement §&#;Effect of Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, and Ireland as a tax haven

The corporate tax rate was changed from a tiered tax rate ranging from 15% to as high as 39% depending on taxable income[48] to a flat 21%, while some related business deductions and credits were reduced or eliminated. The Act also changed the U.S. from a global to a territorial tax system with respect to corporate income tax. Instead of a corporation paying the U.S. tax rate for income earned in any country (less a credit for taxes paid to that country), each subsidiary pays the tax rate of the country in which it is legally established. In other words, under a territorial tax system, the corporation saves the difference between the generally higher U.S. tax rate and the lower rate of the country in which the subsidiary is legally established. Bloomberg journalist Matt Levine explained the concept, "If we're incorporated in the U.S. [under the old global tax regime], we'll pay 35 percent taxes on our income in the U.S. and Canada and Mexico and Ireland and Bermuda and the Cayman Islands, but if we're incorporated in Canada [under a territorial tax regime, proposed by the Act], we'll pay 35 percent on our income in the U.S. but 15 percent in Canada and 30 percent in Mexico and percent in Ireland and zero percent in Bermuda and zero percent in the Cayman Islands."[49] In theory, the law would reduce the incentive for tax inversion, which is used today to obtain the benefits of a territorial tax system by moving U.S. corporate headquarters to other countries.[50]

One-time repatriation tax of profits in overseas subsidiaries is taxed at 8%, % for cash. U.S. multinationals have accumulated nearly $3&#;trillion offshore, much of it subsidiaries in tax-haven countries. The Act may encourage companies to bring the money back to the U.S. at these much lower rates.[51][52]

The Corporate Alternative Minimum Tax was eliminated.[50]

The law also eliminated the net operating loss carryback, a procedure by which a company with significant losses could receive a tax refund by counting the losses as part of the previous year's tax return. They were considered important in providing liquidity during a recession. The provision was cut in order to finance the tax cuts in the act, and was one of the largest offsets in the law.[53]

Additionally, the domestic production activities deduction was eliminated by the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.[54]

Churches and nonprofit organizations[edit]

Employee compensation[edit]

There is a 25% excise tax on compensation paid to certain employees of churches and other tax-exempt organizations.[55] The excise tax applies to any organization that is tax-exempt under (c) or (d), a Section (b)(1) farmer's cooperative, Section political organizations, and organizations that have Section (1) income that is earned by performing essential government functions.[56]

The excise tax applies to compensation paid to certain employees in excess of $1,, during the year. The employees covered under this rule are the organization's five highest-compensated employees and any employees who previous had this status after [56] Compensation is exempt from the excise tax if the compensation is paid to medical doctors, dentists, veterinarians, nurse practitioners, and other licensed professionals providing medical or veterinary services. Compensation includes all current compensation, qualifying deferred compensation, non-qualifying deferred compensation without substantial risk of forfeiture, income under Section (f), and severance payments, but excluding Roth retirement contributions.[57][58][59]

An organization may also be subject to the 21% excise tax if an organization has a deferred compensation plan in which benefits are spread over several years and then vest all at once.[60] Severance payments exceeding triple an employee's average salary during the last five years may also be subject to the 21% excise tax.[60]

University investment tax[edit]

There is a % excise tax on investment income of certain private tax-exempt colleges and universities. The excise tax applies only if the institution has at least tuition-paying students and more than half the students are located in the United States. The excise tax applies if the institution and its related organizations have an endowment with an aggregate fair-market value at the end of the preceding tax year of at least $, per full-time student, excluding assets used directly in carrying out institution's tax-exempt purpose.[61][58]

This provision has been referred to as an endowment tax, and it has been estimated that it applies to around 32 universities.

Some provisions from the earlier House bill were dropped that would have taxed graduate student tuition waivers, tuition benefits for children and spouses of employees, and student loan interest.[62] A Senate Parliamentarian ruling on December 19 changed the exemption threshold from tuition-paying students to total students.[63] Endowment funds used to carry out a college's tax-exempt purpose are excluded from the asset threshold, but Internal Revenue Service has not issued regulations specifically defining this term.[64]

In addition, a tax deduction is now disallowed entirely for charitable contributions if the donor receives rights to receive seats to college athletic events.[58] Formerly, 80% of the charitable contribution was considered to be a tax-deductible charitable contribution.[58]

Parking and public transportation provided to employees[edit]

Unrelated business income is now increased by the amount a church or other tax-exempt organization pays or incurs for qualifying parking or qualifying transportation benefits for its employees. This type of unrelated business income includes only tax-free transportation benefits provided to employees, not transportation benefits that are included in the employee's taxable wages.[65]

Unrelated business income does not result if the employer provides free parking for employees, the majority of the parking spaces are available to the general public during the organization's normal business hours, and none of the parking spots reserved for its employees.[65] If some parking spots are reserved for employees, then unrelated business income results from a portion of the total parking expenses, based on the percentage of parking spots that are reserved for its employees.[65]

The Internal Revenue Service has clarified that the employer should use a reasonable method to determine the value of parking benefits provided to its employees.[65] The value of the parking spaces should include repairs, maintenance, utility costs, insurance, property taxes, interest, snow and ice removal, leaf removal, trash removal, cleaning, landscape costs, parking attendant expenses, security, and rent or lease payments, but not depreciation expense.[65]

A church or other tax-exempt organization would need to file Form T and pay unrelated business income tax if its total unrelated business income exceeds $1, during the fiscal year.[65][66] Netting the unrelated business income from transportation with other unrelated business income in order to reduce or eliminate the amount of tax due is allowed.[65]

Some states and jurisdictions require all employers to provide these benefits to their employees, which may result in an organization being required to choose between paying unrelated business income tax to the federal government or being in noncompliance with state and local laws.[58]

Unrelated business income[edit]

Unrelated business income is now separately computed for each trade or business activity of the church or other tax-exempt organization. Losses on one trade or business can no longer be used to offset gains on another trade or business for unrelated business income purposes. Net operating losses generated before January 1, , and carried forward to other tax years are not affected and can be used to offset gains from any trade or business activity. Some affected organizations are considering incorporating for-profit subsidiaries and then moving all unrelated business income to the for-profit subsidiaries, which might make all the unrelated business income count as the same category of trade or business activity, namely "income from for-profit subsidiaries".[67][58] Unrelated business taxable income from transportation benefits is not considered a trade or business activity and will be applied after totaling all of the organization's unrelated business income overall.[68][69][70]

Net operating losses are now limited to 80% of taxable income for tax years beginning after December 31, [68]Unrelated business income tax is now assessed at the flat rate of 21%, rather than at a graduated tax rate, except for unrelated business income earned on or before December 31, [71][58] Net operating losses for tax years ending after December 31, may now be carried forward to future tax years indefinitely.[68]

Charitable contributions[edit]

More individuals will choose to take the standard deduction rather than itemize their tax deductions because of the increase in standard deduction and limitation on itemized deduction for state and local taxes. As a result, these individuals will not see a tax savings from donations to churches or other eligible nonprofit organizations, and churches and other organizations may receive fewer charitable contributions.[58][72][73][74]

The indexed estate tax exemption was doubled, which means that people may not need to include charitable contributions being written into their will in order to reduce the estate tax paid, which is expected to reduce the amount of charitable contributions given to churches and nonprofit organizations overall.[58]

Tax credit for paid family and medical leave[edit]

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of allows a tax credit for employers that provide paid family and medical leave to employees. A (c)(3) organization is not eligible for the tax credit.[75]

Miscellaneous tax provisions[edit]

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The Act contains a variety of miscellaneous tax provisions, many advantaging particular special interests.[76] Miscellaneous provisions include:

  • Internal Revenue Code section , which allowed the deferment of capital gains taxes on so-called "like-kind exchanges" of a wide array of real, personal, and business property, was maintained for real property but repealed for other types of property.[77]
  • A tax break for citrus growers,[78] allowing them to deduct the cost of replanting "citrus plants lost or damaged due to causes like freezing, natural disaster or disease."[76]
  • The extension of "full expensing," a favorable tax treatment provision for film and television production companies, to The provision allows such companies "to write-off the full cost of their investments in the first year." The Joint Committee on Taxation estimates that the extension will lead to the loss of about $1&#;billion in federal revenue per year.[78]
  • A provision ending a corporate tax exemption for certain international airlines with commercial flights to the United States (specifically, in cases where "the country where the foreign airline is headquartered doesn't have a tax treaty with the U.S., and if major U.S. airliners make fewer than two weekly trips to that foreign country"). This provision is seen as likely to disadvantage Gulf airlines (such as Etihad, Emirates and Qatar Airways); major U.S. airlines have complained that the Gulf states provide unfair subsidies to those carriers.[78]
  • Reductions in excise taxes on alcohol for a two-year period.[79] The Senate bill would reduce the tax on "the first 60, barrels of beer produced domestically by small brewers" from $7 to $ and would reduce the tax on the first 6&#;million barrels produced from $18 to $16 per barrel.[78] The Senate bill would also extend a tax credit on wine production to all wineries and would extend the credit to the producers and importers of sparkling wine as well.[76] These provisions were supported by the alcohol lobby, specifically the Beer Institute, Wine Institute, and Distilled Spirits Council.[79]
  • Exempts private jet management companies from the % federal excise tax that is levied on tickets for commercial flights.[80][81]
  • A late change to the bill created what came to be called the "grain glitch", which altered an existing deduction for U.S. production in a way that allowed farmers to deduct 20% of their total sales to agricultural cooperatives. According to The New York Times, this "caused an uproar among independent agriculture businesses that say they can no longer compete with cooperatives."[82] This glitch was corrected by the Consolidated Appropriations Act, [83]
  • Because of a drafting error, businesses making renovations or other improvements must now use a year depreciation schedule for the cost of these improvements instead of the intended year period, which reduces allowable business tax deductions each year.[82]
  • The creation of opportunity zones, allowing for tax advantages for investments in low-income areas.[84]

Arctic National Wildlife Refuge drilling[edit]

The Act contains provisions that would open &#;million acres (6,&#;km2) in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge to oil and gas drilling.[85][86] This major push to include this provision in the tax bill came from Republican Senator Lisa Murkowski.[87][88][89] The move is part of the long-running Arctic Refuge drilling controversy; Republicans had attempted to allow drilling in ANWR almost 50 times.[88] Opening the Arctic Refuge to drilling "unleashed a torrent of opposition from conservationists and scientists."[89] Democrats[87][88] and environmentalist groups such as the Wilderness Society criticized the Republican effort.[88]

Impact[edit]

Financial impact[edit]

The tax cuts are expected to increase deficits thereby stimulating the economy, increasing GDP and employment, relative to a forecast without those tax cuts. CBO reported on December 21, "Overall, the combined effect of the change in net federal revenue and spending is to decrease deficits (primarily stemming from reductions in spending) allocated to lower-income tax filing units and to increase deficits (primarily stemming from reductions in taxes) allocated to higher-income tax filing units".[90] The nonpartisan Joint Committee on Taxation also estimated that the GDP level would be % higher (in aggregate, not per annum) during the – period relative to the CBO baseline forecast, employment level would be % higher and personal consumption level would be % higher during the – period on average due to the Act.[91] These are higher levels, not higher annual growth rates, so these are relatively minor economic impacts over 10 years.[92]

The distribution of impact by individual income group varies significantly based on the assumptions involved and point in time measured. In general, businesses and upper income groups will benefit, while lower income groups will see the initial benefits fade over time or be adversely impacted. For example, the CBO and JCT estimated that:

  • During , income groups earning under $20, (about 23% of taxpayers) would contribute to deficit reduction (i.e. incur a cost), mainly by receiving fewer subsidies due to the repeal of the individual mandate of the Affordable Care Act. Other groups would contribute to deficit increases (i.e. receive a benefit), mainly due to tax cuts.
  • During , and , income groups earning under $40, (about 43% of taxpayers) would contribute to deficit reduction, while income groups above $40, would contribute to deficit increases.
  • During , income groups earning under $75, (about 76% of taxpayers) would contribute to deficit reduction while income groups above $75, would contribute to deficit increases.[90][93]

The Tax Policy Center (TPC) estimated that the bottom 80% of taxpayers (income under $,) would receive 35% of the benefit in , 34% in and none of the benefit in , with some groups incurring costs.[94] TPC also estimated 72% of taxpayers would be adversely impacted in and beyond, if the tax cuts are paid for by spending cuts separate from the legislation, as most spending cuts would impact lower- to middle-income taxpayers and outweigh the benefits from the tax cuts.[95]

In , companies spent a record-setting $ trillion to buy back their own stock, and a majority of major firms (84%, as polled by the National Association for Business Economics) did not alter their hiring practice or their investment in their business in response to the tax cuts they received. This pattern was evident even in early , when Bloomberg reported (based on an analysis of 51 S&P companies) that an estimated 60% of corporate tax savings was going to shareholders, while 15% was going to employees.[96] A Bloomberg Economics analysis found that, while business investment did increase in , relatively little of that activity could be attributed to lower taxes.[97] A study by the Federal Reserve Bank similarly found that corporations bought-back stock and paid down debt, rather than undertake either new capital expenditure or investment in research & development.[98]

The law also impacts healthcare by repealing the ACA individual mandate, resulting in projections of up to 13&#;million fewer persons covered by health insurance as some younger, healthier persons will likely choose not to participate. Those in the remaining less healthy pool will pay higher insurance costs on the ACA exchanges, which will result in additional persons dropping coverage.[18][99]

Economy[edit]

Tax Policy Center estimate of the annual changes in GDP and budget deficit over the period under the Senate version of the bill. The cumulative GDP increase of $&#;billion is less than the deficit increase of $1,&#;billion, including macroeconomic feedback effects.[]
Comparison of U.S. federal revenues for two CBO forecasts, one from January (based on laws at the end of the Obama Administration) and the other from April , which reflects Trump's policy changes. Key insights include: 1) Tax cuts reduce revenue collections relative to a baseline without them; 2) Tax revenues rise each year under both forecasts as the economy grows; and 3) The gap is larger initially, indicating larger stimulus effects in the earlier years.[9][8]

The non-partisan Joint Committee on Taxation of the U.S. Congress published its macroeconomic analysis of the final version of the Act, on December 22,

  • Gross domestic product would be % higher on average each year during the – period relative to the CBO baseline forecast, a cumulative total of $1,&#;billion, due to an increase in labor supply and business investment.
  • The Act would increase the total budget deficits (debt) by about $1&#;trillion over ten years including macro-economic feedback effects. The effect of the tax cuts is only partially offset by incremental revenue due to the higher GDP levels. The initial deficit increase estimate without feedback effects of $1,&#;billion, less $&#;billion in feedback effects ($&#;billion less $66&#;billion in higher debt service costs), results in a $1,&#;billion net debt increase over the – period. This increase is in addition to the $10&#;trillion debt increase already in the CBO current law baseline projected over the – period, and the approximately $20&#;trillion national debt that already exists.
  • Employment would be about % higher each year during the – period than otherwise. The lower marginal tax rate on labor would provide "strong incentives for an increase in labor supply."
  • Personal consumption, the largest component of GDP, would increase by %.[91]
  • Note that for GDP, employment, and consumption, these are higher levels, not higher annual growth rates, so these are relatively minor economic impacts over ten years.[92] The Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget (CRFB) summarized several studies that indicated a boost to annual GDP growth rates would be about % each year rather than the Administration's claims of % per year. In other words, a % annual GDP growth rate typical during the Obama era would rise to %% and not % as claimed, other things equal. The CRFB estimated that the JCT analysis implied a % annual growth rate increase, to arrive at a cumulative % GDP increase.[]

The Tax Policy Center (TPC) reported its macroeconomic analysis of the November 16 Senate version of the Act on December 1,

  • Gross domestic product would be % higher on average each year during the – period relative to the CBO baseline forecast, a cumulative total of $&#;billion higher over ten years. TPC explained that since most tax reductions would benefit high-income households (who spend a smaller share of tax reductions than lower-income households) the effect on GDP would be modest. Further, TPC reported that: "Because the economy is currently near full employment, the impact of increased demand on output would be smaller and diminish more quickly than it would if the economy were in recession."
  • The Act would increase the total budget deficits (debt) by $1,&#;billion, less $&#;billion in feedback effects, for a $1,&#;billion net debt increase (excluding higher interest costs).
  • The lower marginal tax rates would increase labor supply, mainly by encouraging lower-earning spouses to work more. This effect would reverse after due to expiration of individual tax provisions.[]

The Penn Wharton Budget Model (PWBM) estimated relative to a prior law baseline that by

  • The GDP level would be between % and % higher.
  • Debt would increase by between $ trillion and $ trillion, including macroeconomic feedback effects.[]

Budget deficits and debt[edit]

CBO forecasts that the Tax Act will increase the budget deficit by $ trillion over the decade, or $ trillion after macro-economic feedback.[8]

Fiscal year results[edit]

CBO reported that the budget deficit was $&#;billion in fiscal year , up $&#;billion or 17% from The budget deficit increased from % GDP in to % GDP in Revenues fell by % GDP due in part to the Tax Act, while spending rose by % GDP. Total tax revenues in dollar terms were similar to , but fell from % GDP to % GDP (% GDP), below the year average of %. Individual income tax receipts rose by $96&#;billion as the economy grew, rising from % GDP in to % GDP in Corporate tax revenues fell by $92&#;billion (31%) due primarily to the Tax Act, from % GDP in to % GDP in , half the year average of % GDP. Fiscal year ran from October 1, to September 30, , so the deficit figures did not reflect a full year of tax cut impact, as they took effect in January []

CBO forecast in January (just prior to Trump's inauguration) that revenues in fiscal year would be $ trillion if laws in place as of January continued.[] However, actual tax revenues were $ trillion, a shortfall of $&#;billion (%) relative to the forecast.[] The CBO claimed that because of offsetting changes in different sources of revenue caused by the Act, the level of revenue for the fiscal year remained similar rather than declining,[] despite the fact that the CBO had also amended its forecasts to state that there would be $ trillion in June (making the approximate shortfall $&#;billion) and annual tax revenues experienced a similar shortfall the previous year, when the CBO predicted $ trillion in revenues,[] and a shortfall of $&#;billion occurred.[] However, the CBO similarly revised its predictions for revenues in August , making the shortfall $&#;billion for []

Ten-year forecasts[edit]

The non-partisan Congressional Budget Office (CBO) estimated in April that implementing the Act would add an estimated $&#;trillion to the national debt over ten years,[8] or about $&#;trillion after taking into account macroeconomic feedback effects, in addition to the $&#;trillion increase forecast under the current policy baseline and existing $20&#;trillion national debt.[9]

CBO reported on December 21, , that: "Overall, the combined effect of the change in net federal revenue and spending is to decrease deficits (primarily stemming from reductions in spending) allocated to lower-income tax filing units and to increase deficits (primarily stemming from reductions in taxes) allocated to higher-income tax filing units."[90]

The Joint Committee on Taxation estimated the Act would add $1,&#;billion total to the annual deficits (debt) over ten years and described the deficit effects of particular elements of the Act on December 18,

Individual and Pass-Through (total: $1,&#;billion deficit increase)

  • Add to the deficit: Reducing/consolidating individual tax rates $1,&#;billion; doubling the standard deduction $&#;billion; modifying the Alternative Minimum Tax $&#;billion; reduce taxes for pass through business income $&#;billion; modification of child care tax credit $&#;billion.
  • Reduce the deficit: Repealing personal exemptions $1,&#;billion, repeal of itemized deductions $&#;billion; reduce ACA subsidy payments $&#;billion; alternative (slower) inflation measure for brackets $&#;billion.
  • The pass through changes represent a net $&#;billion deficit increase, so the remaining individual elements are a net $&#;billion increase.

Business/Corporate and International (total: $&#;billion deficit increase)

  • Add to the deficit: Reduce corporate tax rate to 21% $1,&#;billion; deductions for certain international dividends received $&#;billion; repeal corporate AMT $40&#;billion.
  • Reduce the deficit: Enact one-time tax on overseas earnings $&#;billion; and reduce limit on interest expense deductions $&#;billion.[]

In a November survey of leading economists, only 2% agreed with the notion that a tax bill similar to those currently moving through the House and Senate would substantially increase U.S. GDP.[] The economists unanimously agreed that the bill would increase the U.S. debt.[][]

Federal corporate tax receipts fell from an annualized level of $&#;billion in Q1 to $&#;billion in Q1 , a direct result of the Trump tax cuts.[][]

The New York Times reported in August that: "The increasing levels of red ink stem from a steep falloff in federal revenue after Mr. Trump’s tax cuts, which lowered individual and corporate tax rates, resulting in far fewer tax dollars flowing to the Treasury Department. Tax revenues for and have fallen more than $ billion short of what the budget office predicted they would be in June , before the tax law was approved that December."[]

Distribution[edit]

Average tax rate changes for various income groups, by year, under the Conference Agreement, as of December 15, The slope of each line down to the right indicates larger benefits for higher incomes, while the upward shift of the lines over time indicates fading benefits (or increasing costs) across all income levels.[]
CBO and JCT estimate of the distribution of impact by income group (average dollars per taxpayer) under the Act. On average, taxpayers in the income groups highlighted in yellow will incur a net cost (shown as a positive figure as this reduces the budget deficit), due in part to reduced healthcare subsidies. Higher income taxpayers receive a benefit via tax cuts (shown as a negative number as this increases the budget deficit). The percent of taxpayers in each income group is also shown for the period.[90][93]
Distribution of benefits during by income percentile under the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (Conf. Cmte. version) based on data from the Tax Policy Center. The top 10% of taxpayers (incomes over $,) receive 52% of the benefit, while the bottom 60% (incomes under $86,) receive 17% of the benefit. This excludes the impact of reduced ACA subsidies.[94]

See also: Tax policy and economic inequality in the United States

By income level[edit]

On December 21, , the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) released its distribution estimate of the Act:

  • During , income groups earning under $20, (about 23% of taxpayers) would contribute to deficit reduction (i.e., incur a cost), mainly by receiving fewer subsidies due to the repeal of the individual mandate of the Affordable Care Act. Other groups would contribute to deficit increases (i.e., receive a benefit), mainly due to tax cuts.
  • During , , and , income groups earning under $40, (about 43% of taxpayers) would contribute to deficit reduction, while income groups above $40, would contribute to deficit increases.
  • During , income groups earning under $75, (about 76% of taxpayers) would contribute to deficit reduction, while income groups above $75, would contribute to deficit increases.[90][93]

CBO stated that lower income groups will incur costs, while higher income groups will receive benefits: "Overall, the combined effect of the change in net federal revenue and spending is to decrease deficits (primarily stemming from reductions in spending) allocated to lower-income tax filing units and to increase deficits (primarily stemming from reductions in taxes) allocated to higher-income tax filing units."[90]

The Tax Policy Center (TPC) reported its distributional estimates for the Act. This analysis excludes the impact from repealing the ACA individual mandate, which would apply significant costs primarily to income groups below $40, It also assumes the Act is deficit financed and thus excludes the impact of any spending cuts used to finance the Act, which also would fall disproportionally on lower income families as a percentage of their income.[94]

  • Compared to current law, 5% of taxpayers would pay more in , 9% in , and 53% in
  • The top 1% of taxpayers (income over $,) would receive 8% of the benefit in , 25% in , and 83% in
  • The top 5% (income over $,) would receive 43% of the benefit in , 47% in , and 99% in
  • The top 20% (income over $,) would receive 65% of the benefit in , 66% in and all of the benefit in
  • The bottom 80% (income under $,) would receive 35% of the benefit in , 34% in and none of the benefit in , with some groups incurring costs.
  • The third quintile (taxpayers in the 40th to 60th percentile with income between $48, and $86,, a proxy for the "middle class") would receive 11% of the benefit in and , but would incur a net cost in

The TPC also estimated the amount of the tax cut each group would receive, measured in dollars:

  • Taxpayers in the second quintile (incomes between $25, and $48,, the 20th to 40th percentile) would receive a tax cut averaging $ in and $ in , but a tax increase averaging $40 in
  • Taxpayers in the third quintile (incomes between $48, and $86,, the 40th to 60th percentile) would receive a tax cut averaging $ in , $ in , but a tax increase of $20 in
  • Taxpayers in the fourth quintile (incomes between $86, and $,, the 60th to 80th percentile) would receive a tax cut averaging $1, in , $1, in , and $30 in
  • Taxpayers in the top 1% (income over $,) would receive a tax cut of $51, in , $61, in , and $20, in [94]

In December , CBO forecast that inequality would worsen between and , due in part to the Trump tax cuts and policies regarding means-tested transfers. Their report had several conclusions:

  • After taxes and transfers, the income of the top 1% would grow more than other income groups, continuing previous trends.
  • Income of households in the bottom 99% percent would be higher than at any time in the past, adjusted for inflation, also continuing previous trends.
  • For the top 1%, average federal tax rates would fall from 33% in to 30% (3 percentage points) in For the 81st to 99th percentiles, the rate would fall from 24% to 22%, and for the middle three quintiles, the rate would fall from 15% to 14%. These trends indicate worsening inequality, with larger tax reductions for higher incomes.
  • The Gini index would rise, indicating slowed reduction of inequality, reversing a trend from the latter part of the Obama administration.
  • Means-tested transfer programs would contribute less to reducing inequality in than they did in []

Individual vs. business[edit]

According to the CBO, under the Senate version of the bill, businesses receive a $&#;billion benefit or 63%, individuals $&#;billion or 31%, and estates $83&#;billion or 6%.[5] U.S. corporations would likely use the extra after-tax income to repurchase shares or pay more dividends, which mainly flow to wealthy investors. According to the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities (CBPP), "Mainstream estimates conclude that more than one-third of the benefit of corporate rate cuts flows to the top 1% of Americans, and 70% flows to the top fifth. Corporate rate cuts could even hurt most Americans since they must eventually be paid for with other tax increases or spending cuts."[] Corporations have significant cash holdings ($&#;trillion in ) and can borrow to invest at near-record low interest rates, so a tax cut is not a prerequisite for investment or giving workers a raise.[] As of Q2 , corporate profits after taxes were near record levels in dollar terms at $&#;trillion annualized, and very high measured historically as a percentage of GDP, at %.[]

In , the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) compared the U.S. corporate tax rates (statutory and effective rates) as of across the G20 countries:

  • The U.S. federal corporate statutory tax rate of 35% (combined with state elements that add another 4% for a total of 39%), was the highest in the G20 countries. It was 10 percentage points higher than the average. While the U.S. made no changes in federal corporate tax rates between and , nine of G20 countries reduced their rates.
  • The U.S. average corporate tax rate of % (taxes actually paid as a share of income, after deductions and exemptions) was the third highest in the G
  • The effective corporate tax rate of % (a measure of the percentage of income from a marginal investment) was the fourth highest in the G[]

Bloomberg News reported in January that the top six American banks saved more than $32 billion in taxes during the two years after enactment of the tax cut, while they reduced lending, cut jobs and increased distributions to shareholders.[]

By state[edit]

An Institute on Taxation and Economic Policy analysis indicated the Act has more of a tax increase impact on "upper-middle-class families in major metropolitan areas, particularly in Democratic-leaning states where taxes, and usually property values, are higher. While only about one-in-five families between the 80th and 95th income percentiles in most red states would face higher taxes by under the House GOP bill, that number rises to about one-third in Colorado and Illinois, around two-fifths or more in Oregon, Virginia, Massachusetts, New York and Connecticut, and half or more in New Jersey, California and Maryland"[]

If the tax cuts are paid for[edit]

The scoring by the organizations above assumes the tax cuts are deficit-financed, meaning that over ten years the deficit rises by $&#;trillion relative to the current law baseline; or $&#;trillion after economic feedback effects. However, if one assumes the tax cuts are paid for by spending cuts, the distribution is much more unfavorable to lower- and middle-income persons, as most government spending is directed to them; the higher income taxpayers tend to get tax breaks, not direct payments. According to the Tax Policy Center, if the Senate bill were financed by a $1, per household cut in government spending per year (a more likely scenario than focusing cuts proportionally by income or income taxes paid), then during

  • Approximately 72% of taxpayers would be worse off than current law, meaning benefits from tax cuts would be more than offset by reduced spending on their behalf.
  • The bottom 60% of taxpayers would have lower after-tax income, paying a higher average federal tax rate.
  • The benefits to the 60th to 80th percentiles would be minimal, a $ net benefit on average or % lower effective tax rate.
  • Significant tax benefits would only accrue to the top 20% of taxpayers.[95]

Republican politicians such as Paul Ryan have advocated for spending cuts to help finance the tax cuts, while the President Trump's budget includes $&#;trillion in spending cuts over ten years to Medicaid, Affordable Care Act subsidies, food stamps, Social Security Disability Insurance, Supplemental Security Income, and cash welfare (TANF).[95]

Healthcare impact[edit]

U.S. uninsured number (millions) and rate (%), including historical data through and two CBO forecasts (/Obama policy and /Trump policy) through Two key reasons for more uninsured under President Trump include: 1) Eliminating the individual mandate to have health insurance (part of the Tax Act); and 2) Stopping cost sharing reduction payments.[]

The Senate bill repeals the individual mandate that requires all Americans under 65 to have health insurance or pay a penalty, effective starting in [] The CBO initially estimated that 13&#;million fewer persons would have health insurance by , including 8&#;million fewer on the Affordable Care Act exchanges and 5&#;million fewer on Medicaid. Fewer persons with healthcare means lower costs for the government[citation needed], so CBO estimated over $&#;billion in savings. This allowed Republicans to increase the size of the tax cuts in the bill. Health insurance premiums on the exchanges could rise as much as 10 percentage points more than they would otherwise.[18] CBO later revised this estimate in to 7&#;million fewer insured by []

Claims made by the Administration[edit]

The Administration and its Council of Economic Advisors have made several claims in advocating the Act during , including:

  • Reduction in corporate tax rates from 35 to 20%. Also, immediate full expensing of non-structure investments (e.g., IT investments) will increase GDP growth rates by 3 to 5 percentage points over the current baseline projections of around 2%. This could begin as early as 3–5 years from the tax cuts or further out in time. This projection excludes other tax cuts in the Act, such as those for individuals and pass-through entities, which may have additional GDP impact.[]
  • The mechanism for this increased growth is at higher business investment levels (one of the components of GDP) due to the additional after-tax income available.
  • Further, this GDP growth (a measure of income and production) would represent an average $4, annual increase in wage and salary income for households.[]
  • President Trump and Treasury Secretary Mnuchin have stated the tax cuts would pay for themselves.[]
  • Trump economic advisor Gary Cohn stated that "The wealthy are not getting a tax cut under our plan" and that the plan would cut taxes for low- and middle-income households. Further, Trump stated that the tax plan "was not good for [him] [personally]."[]

Objections[edit]

Minor impact on economic growth[edit]

Paul Krugman disputed the Administration's primary argument that tax cuts for businesses will stimulate investment and higher wages:[22]

  • Foreigners own about 35% of U.S. equities, so as much as $&#;billion of the tax cut will go overseas, as corporate after-tax income will flow to these investors as stock buybacks and dividends.[]
  • CEOs indicate that tax cuts are not a big factor in investment decisions.[22]
  • Significantly increasing capital expenditures requires an inflow of foreign capital, strengthening the dollar, increasing trade deficits and potentially costing up to &#;million manufacturing and supporting jobs.[]

In November , the University of Chicago asked over 40 economists if U.S. GDP would be substantially higher a decade from now, if either the House or Senate bills were enacted, with the following results: 52% either disagreed or strongly disagreed, while 36% were uncertain and only 2% agreed.[]

The Tax Policy Center estimated that GDP would be % higher in under the House bill versus current law, while the University of Pennsylvania Penn Wharton budget model estimates approximately –% for both the House and Senate bills. The very limited effect estimated is due to the expectation of higher interest rates and trade deficits. These estimates are both contrary to the Administration's claims of 10% increase by (about 1% per year) and Senator Mitch McConnell's estimate of a % increase.[]

Federal Reserve Bank of NY President and CEO William C. Dudley stated in January "While this legislation will reduce federal revenues by about 1 percent of GDP in both and , I anticipate the boost to economic growth will be less than that. Most importantly, most of the tax cuts accrue to the corporate sector and to higher-income households that have a relatively low marginal propensity to consume. This suggests that a significant portion of the tax cuts will be saved, not spent."[]

The Trump administration predicted the tax cut would spur corporate capital investment and hiring. One year after enactment of the tax cut, a National Association for Business Economics survey of corporate economists found that 84% reported their firms had not changed their investment or hiring plans due to the tax cut.[] Later in , the Economic Policy Institute analyzed the data on business investment from the federal Bureau of Economic Analysis and concluded that, "if the TCJA’s corporate rate cuts were working, we would be seeing a permanent rise in investment. Instead, investment growth is cratering."[] Analysis conducted by The New York Times in November found that average business investment was lower after the tax cut than before, and that firms receiving larger tax relief increased investment less than firms receiving smaller tax relief. The analysis also found that since the tax cut firms increased dividends and stock buybacks by nearly three times as much as they increased capital investments.[]

Limited or no wage impact[edit]

Corporate after-tax profits (real or adjusted for inflation) have increased about % since , yet real median household incomes are flat. The starting point is represented by []
U.S. corporate profits after-tax from to Q2 The dollars are near record level (blue line, left axis), while the&#;% GDP is high relative to historical levels (red line, right axis).
CBO data on share of U.S. federal revenues collected by tax type from to Payroll taxes, paid by all wage earners, have increased as a share of total federal tax revenues, while corporate taxes have fallen. Income taxes have moved in a range, with Presidents Reagan and G.W. Bush lowering income tax rates, and Clinton and Obama raising them for the top incomes.[]

Corporate executives indicated that raising wages and investment were not priorities should they have additional funds due to a tax cut. A survey conducted by Bank of America-Merrill Lynch of executives of major U.S. corporations asked what they would do with a corporate tax cut. The top three responses were that they would pay down debt, conduct stock buybacks, and conduct mergers. An informal survey of CEOs by Trump advisor Gary Cohn resulted in a similar response, with few hands raised in response to his request for them to do so if their company would invest more.[]

Former Clinton cabinet Treasury Secretary Larry Summers referred to the analysis provided by the Trump administration of its tax proposal as "some combination of dishonest, incompetent, and absurd." Summers wrote that the Trump administration's "central claim that cutting the corporate tax rate from 35 percent to 20 percent would raise wages by $4, per worker" lacked peer-reviewed support and was "absurd on its face."[21]

On December 20, , the day the final bill was passed by the House, Wells Fargo, Fifth Third Bancorp and Western Alliance Bancorp announced they would raise the minimum wage of its workers to $15 an hour upon signing of the bill. A number of companies announced bonuses for workers, including AT&T which said it will give a $1, bonus to every single one of its , employees as a result of the Tax Cut bill. Democratic Senator Chuck Schumer stated that these were the exception to the rule and that AT&T was in litigation with the government over a pending merger. He stated: "There is a reason so few executives have said the tax bill will lead to more jobs, investments, and higher wages—because it will actually lead to share buybacks, corporate bonuses, and dividends."[]

In the immediate aftermath of the passage of the Act, a relatively small number of corporations&#;many of them involved in mergers disputed by the government or regulatory difficulties&#;announced pay raises or bonuses to employees, although it is not clear they would not have done so without the tax cut (many companies award raises and bonuses early each year in the normal course of business, after their prior year earnings are known and their new budgets are put in place). About 18 companies in the S&P did so; when companies paid awards to employees, these were usually a small percentage of corporate savings from the Act.[] A January study from the firm Willis Towers Watson found that 80% of companies were not "considering giving raises at all."[] Bloomberg reported in March that an estimated 60% of corporate tax savings were going to shareholders, while 15% was going to employees, based on analysis of 51 S&P companies.[96] In July , Bloomberg reported that real wages have actually fallen in the first quarter after the tax bill went into effect.[]

Increases income and wealth inequality[edit]

"Overall, the combined effect of the change in net federal revenue and spending is to decrease deficits (primarily stemming from reductions in spending) allocated to lower-income tax filing units and to increase deficits (primarily stemming from reductions in taxes) allocated to higher-income tax filing unitsCongressional Budget Office"[90]

The New York Times editorial board explained the tax bill as both consequence and cause of income and wealth inequality: "Most Americans know that the Republican tax bill will widen economic inequality by lavishing breaks on corporations and the wealthy while taking benefits away from the poor and the middle class. What many may not realize is that growing inequality helped create the bill in the first place. As a smaller and smaller group of people cornered an ever-larger share of the nation's wealth, so too did they gain an ever-larger share of political power. They became, in effect, kingmakers; the tax bill is a natural consequence of their long effort to bend American politics to serve their interests." The corporate tax rate was 48% in the s and is 21% under the Act. The top individual rate was 70% in the s and is 37% under the Act. Despite these large cuts, incomes for the working class have stagnated and workers now pay a larger share of the pre-tax income in payroll taxes.[17]

The share of income going to the top 1% has doubled, from 10% to 20%, since the pre period, while the share of wealth owned by the top 1% has risen from around 25% to 42%.[][] Despite President Trump promising to address those left behind, the House and Senate bills would increase economic inequality:

  • Sizable corporate tax cuts would flow mostly to wealthy executives and shareholders;
  • In , a person in the bottom 10% would average a $50 tax cut, while a person in the top 1% gets a $34, tax cut;
  • Up to 13&#;million persons losing health insurance or subsidies are overwhelmingly in the bottom 30% of the income distribution;
  • The top 1% receives approximately 70% of the pass-through income, which will be subject to much lower taxes;
  • Rolling back the estate tax, which only impacted the top % of estates in , is a $&#;billion benefit [Note: $83&#;billion in final bill] to the ultra-rich over ten years.[16]
  • The top 1% of households by wealth own 40% of stocks; the bottom 80% just 7%, even when including indirect ownership through mutual funds.[]
  • According to a Gallup survey, 52% of Americans owned some stock in , down from 65% in []

In , if the tax cuts are paid for by spending cuts borne evenly by all families, after-tax income would be % higher for the top %, % higher for the top 10%, % for the middle 40% (30th to 70th percentile) and % for the bottom 50%.[]

International tax standards[edit]

In November , the OECD reported that the U.S. tax burden was lower in than the OECD country average, measured as a percentage of GDP:

  • Overall taxes, including many state and local taxes, were % GDP in , versus the OECD average of %.
  • Income taxes were % GDP in , versus the OECD average of %.[]
  • Corporate taxes were % GDP in , versus the OECD average of % GDP.[] Despite this, the US corporate tax rate was 35% prior to the passage of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, ten percentage points higher than the OECD average of 25%; the TCJA reduced the American corporate tax rate to 21%, four percentage points lower than the OECD average at the time.[]

Journalist Justin Fox wrote in Bloomberg that Americans may feel financial pressure due to healthcare and college tuition costs, which are much higher than other OECD countries measured as a share of GDP, offsetting the benefit of the already lower tax structure.[]

International trade issues[edit]

A potential consequence of the proposed tax reform, specifically lowering business taxes, is that (in theory) the U.S. would be a more attractive place for foreign capital (investment money). This inflow of foreign capital would help fund the surge in investment by corporations, one of the stated goals of the legislation. However, a large inflow of foreign capital would drive up the price of the dollar, making U.S. exports more expensive, thus increasing the trade deficit. Paul Krugman estimated this could adversely impact up to &#;million U.S. jobs.[]

According to The New York Times, "wide range of experts agree that cutting taxes is likely to increase the trade deficit" with other countries, which conflicts with the stated priority of the White House to reduce the trade deficit.[15] However, Economists widely reject that reducing the trade deficit necessarily has to be good for the economy. So the fact that this bill may increase the trade deficit will not necessarily decrease American welfare.[15]

Foreign objections[edit]

The finance ministers of the five largest European economies (France, Germany, Italy, Spain and the United Kingdom) wrote a letter to U.S. Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin, expressing concern that the tax reforms could trigger a trade war, as they would violate World Trade Organization rules and distort international trade.[] Similar concerns were voiced by China.[] In response to the Act, German economists called for the German government to enact tax reform and additional subsidies to prevent a loss of jobs and investments to the United States.[]

Conflict of interest[edit]

Fact-checkers such as FactCheck.Org, PolitiFact and The Washington Post's fact-checker have found that Trump's claims that his economic proposal and tax plan would not benefit wealthy persons like himself were likely false.[] An analysis by The New York Times found that if Trump's tax plan had been in place in (the one recent year in which his tax returns were leaked), he would have saved $11&#;million in taxes.[] The analysis also found that Trump would save $&#;million on his eventual estate tax bill.[] Experts say that the financial windfall for the President and his family from this bill is "virtually unprecedented in American political history".[]

A number of Republican congressmen also stood to benefit personally from the pass-through deduction.[][][] Most notably, retiring Tennessee Senator Bob Corker was for some time the sole Republican Senator to oppose the tax plan. Corker stated that he would not support a tax plan that would increase the deficit. However, after Arizona Senator John McCain, who was unable to vote while receiving treatment for brain cancer,[] endorsed the bill,[] Corker changed his vote to "yes" on the final version of the bill after it was confirmed that the pass-through deduction provision from which he stood to benefit was included in it.[][] Corker rejected the claim that he traded his vote for provisions that benefited him and said that he had no idea that there were provisions in the bill from which he stood to personally benefit.[]

Tax complication[edit]

According to The New York Times, "economists and tax experts across the political spectrum warn that the proposed system would invite tax avoidance. The more the tax code distinguishes among types of earnings, personal characteristics or economic activities, the greater the incentive to label income artificially, restructure or switch categories in a hunt for lower rates."[] According to The Wall Street Journal, the bill's changes to "business and individual taxation could lead to a new era of business reorganization and tax-code gamesmanship with unknown consequences for the economy and federal revenue collection."[]

Republicans justified the tax reform initially as an effort to simplify the tax code. Kevin Brady, the chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee, and Speaker Paul Ryan said in November that they would simplify the tax code so much that 9 in 10 Americans would be able to file their taxes on a postcard.[] President Donald Trump said on December 13, , that people would be able to file their taxes "on a single, little, beautiful sheet of paper".[] However, when the final version of the tax legislation passed through houses of Congress, the legislation kept most loopholes intact and did not simplify the tax code.[][] The announcements by the House leaders hurt the stock prices of tax preparers, but upon the release of the actual bill, the stock prices of tax preparers sharply increased.[]

Procedural concerns[edit]

The legislation was passed by Congress with little debate regarding the comprehensive reforming nature of the Act.[][] The page House bill was passed two weeks after the legislation was first released, "without a single hearing" held.[] In the Senate, the final version of the bill did not receive a public hearing, "was largely crafted behind closed doors, and was released just ahead of the final vote."[] Republicans rewrote major portions of tax bill just hours before the floor vote, making major changes in order to win the votes of several Republican holdouts.[] Many last-minute changes were handwritten on earlier drafts of the bill.[][] The revisions appeared "first in the lobbying shops of K Street, which sent back copies to some Democrats in the Senate, who took to social media to protest being asked to vote in a matter of hours on a bill that had yet to be shared with them directly."[]

The rushed approval of the legislation prompted an outcry from Democrats.[][][][] Senate Minority Leader Charles Schumer (D–NY) proposed giving senators more time to read the legislation, but this motion failed after every Republican voted no.[] Requests to wait until incoming Democratic SenatorDoug Jones of Alabama could vote on the bill were also denied. Some commentators also criticized the process. The New York Times editorial board wrote that the Senate's move to rapidly approve the bill "is not how lawmakers are supposed to pass enormous pieces of legislation" and contrasted the bill to the tax bill, in which "Congress and the Reagan administration worked across party lines, produced numerous drafts, held many hearings and struck countless compromises."[]Bloomberg columnist Al Hunt classified the legislation as a "slipshod product, legislated with minimal transparency" that was "rushed so fast through a short-circuited lawmaking process" in which many members of Congress who voted in favor of the bill did not fully understand what they had done.[]

Name of the law[edit]

The clause establishing the bill's short title was dropped after Senator Bernie Sanders (D-VT) filed an objection under the Byrd Rule to the Senate Parliamentarian, claiming the section was extraneous.[3][] As a result, the name "Tax Cuts and Jobs Act", though widely used, is not contained in the bill, which is officially referred to by its long title, or as Public Law

Federal Reserve[edit]

Federal Reserve officials had indicated earlier in that aggressive tax cuts could increase the pace of interest rate increases already planned. Higher interest rates make borrowing more expensive, slowing economic growth (GDP), other things equal. The Fed also raises interest rates to help offset the risk of inflation in a growing economy near full employment. However, as the tax plan became clearer and its impact on the economy was judged to be relatively minor, the Fed indicated that a plan to raise interest rates incrementally as many as three times in would not be changed.[][]

Averted concerns[edit]

This section is for concerns regarding the law that were discussed prior to its passage, but that were excluded from the final bill or were otherwise confirmed would not occur.

Tuition waiver exemption[edit]

The bill that passed the House had been criticized for its significant negative impact on graduate students. Graduate students in private universities could have seen their effective tax rate go above %, a rate higher than what even the richest of Americans typically pay.[] The change was due to a provision in the bill that would have repealed the deduction for qualified tuition and related expenses, meaning that graduate students' waived tuition would be viewed as taxable income. Given that their stipends are significantly less than the waived tuition, this would typically increase their taxes by 30–60% for public universities and hundreds of percent for private ones.[][] The Senate version of the bill did not contain these provisions.[]

The House bill's disadvantageous treatment of graduate students was criticized because of its projected negative effect on the training of U.S. scientists.[] The bill's impact on U.S. science and innovation had been criticized by Stanford professor emeritus Burton Richter, a winner of the Nobel Prize in Physics and the National Medal of Science, who critiqued the bill's negative impact on Americans seeking advanced degrees and wrote that the budget impact of the tax cuts would force a dramatic reduction in federal funding for scientific research.[]

The final version of the Act reflected the Senate's language in this area, maintaining the prior law's tax exemption for tuition waivers.[]

Automatic spending cuts averted/PAYGO[edit]

Under the Statutory Pay-as-You-Go Act of (PAYGO), laws that increase the federal deficit will trigger automatic spending cuts unless Congress votes to waive them. Because the Act adds $&#;trillion to the deficit, automatic cuts of $&#;billion per year over ten years would have applied, including a $25&#;billion annual cut to Medicare. Because the PAYGO waiver is not allowed in a reconciliation bill, it requires separate legislation which requires 60 votes in the Senate to end a filibuster.[][] If Congress had not passed the waiver, it would have been the first time that statutory PAYGO sequestration would have occurred.[] However, the PAYGO waiver was included in the continuing resolution passed by Congress on December 22 and signed by President Trump.[][]

Legislative history[edit]

The bill was introduced in the United States House of Representatives on November 2, by Congressman Kevin Brady, Republican representative from Texas. On November 9, , the House Ways and Means Committee passed the bill on a party-line vote, advancing the bill to the House floor.[] The House passed the bill on November 16, , on a mostly-party line vote of – No Democrat voted for the bill, while 13 Republicans voted against it.[][] On the same day, companion legislation passed the Senate Finance Committee, again on a party-line vote, 14–[] On November 28, the legislation passed the Senate Budget Committee, again on a party-line vote.[] In the early morning hours of December 2, , the Senate passed its version of the bill by a 51–49 vote. Bob Corker (R–TN) was the only Republican senator to vote against this version of the bill and it received no Democratic Party support.[] Differences between the House and Senate bills were reconciled in a conference committee that signed the final version on December 15, The final version contained relatively minor changes from the Senate version.[] The House passed the penultimate version of the bill on December 19, [] In the December 19 vote, the same Republicans who voted against the original House bill still voted against it (with the exception of Tom McClintock, who voted in favor on December 19 after having voted against the original House bill).[] However, several provisions of the bill violated the Senate's procedural rules, which meant that the House of Representatives needed to re-vote with the objectionable provisions removed.[] The Senate passed the final bill, 51–48, on December 20, ; all Senate Republicans voted for the bill except Sen. John McCain, who was absent for health reasons.[] On the same day, a re-vote was held in the House; the bill passed, –[][] President Trump then signed the bill into law on December 22, []

Differences between the House and Senate bills[edit]

There were important differences between the House and Senate versions of the bills, due in part to the Senate reconciliation rules, which required that the bill impact the deficit by less than $ trillion over ten years and have minimal deficit impact thereafter. (The Byrd Rule allows Senators to block legislation if it would increase the deficit significantly beyond a ten-year period.[][]) For example:

  • The House plan had four income tax brackets ranging from 12% to %, while the Senate bill kept seven brackets ranging from 10% to %.[]
  • The House plan cut the corporate tax immediately, while the Senate plan delayed it until
  • The House plan made both individual and corporate taxes "permanent" (i.e., no set expiration) while the Senate bill had most of the individual tax cuts expiring (but not the business cuts).
  • The House plan did not repeal the health insurance individual mandate, while the Senate bill and final Act did.
  • The House plan eliminated deductions for state, local, and sales taxes paid, and capped property deductions at $10, The Senate bill initially would have eliminated the state and local property tax deduction, but in the later Act, this was later changed back to a $10, mirroring the House version.
  • The House plan allowed parents to put aside money for an unborn child's college education. The Senate bill did not include this provision.
  • The House plan capped the deduction for mortgage interest to the first $, mortgage debt versus the current $1&#;million, while the Senate did not change it.[]
  • The House plan repealed the Johnson Amendment. Neither the Senate version[] nor the final Act included a repeal of the Johnson Amendment.[]
  • The House plan forbade the use of tax-exempt municipal bonds to fund professional sports stadiums. The Senate version and the final Act did not.[]
President Trump and Vice President Pence celebrate the passage of the Tax Cuts Acts with Republican lawmakers at a press conference outside the White House.

In final changes prior to approval of the Senate bill on December 2, additional changes were made (among others) that were reconciled with the House bill in a conference committee, prior to providing a final bill to the President for signature.[] The Conference Committee version was published on December 15, It had relatively minor differences compared to the Senate bill. Individual and pass-through tax cuts expire after ten years, while the corporate tax changes are permanent.[]

Pre-conference vote[edit]

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Post-conference vote[edit]

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Senate[edit]

Support and opposition[edit]

Notable supporters[edit]

Leading Republicans supported the bill, including President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence, and Republicans in Congress, such as:[]

In the Senate, Republicans "eager for a major legislative achievement after the Affordable Care Act debacle have generally been enthusiastic about the tax overhaul."[]

A number of Republican senators who initially expressed trepidation over the bill, including Ron Johnson of Wisconsin, Susan Collins of Maine, and Steve Daines of Montana, ultimately voted for the Senate bill.[][]

Republican supporters of the tax bill characterized it as a simplification of the tax code. While some elements of the legislation would simplify the tax code, other provisions would add additional complexity.[] For most Americans, the process for filing taxes under the Republican legislation would be similar to what it was before.[]

Notable opponents[edit]

Democrats opposed the legislation, viewing it as a giveaway to corporations and high earners at the expense of middle class communities.[] Every House Democrat voted against the bill when it came to the House floor; they were joined by 13 Republicans who voted against it.[]

The top congressional Democrats&#;Senate Minority LeaderChuck Schumer of New York and House Minority LeaderNancy Pelosi&#;strongly oppose the bill. Schumer said of the bill that "The more it's in sunlight, the more it stinks."[] Pelosi said the legislation was "designed to plunder the middle class to put into the pockets of the wealthiest 1 percent more money. It raises taxes on the middle class, millions of middle-class families across the country, borrows trillions from the future, from our children and grandchildren's futures to give tax cuts to the wealthiest and encourages corporations to ship jobs overseas."[]

The 13 House Republicans who voted against the bill were mostly from New York, New Jersey, and California, and were opposed to the bill's elimination of the state and local income tax deduction in the bill, which benefits those states.[]

Billionaire and former Mayor of New York Michael Bloomberg called this tax bill an "economically indefensible blunder" arguing that companies would not invest more because of the tax cuts: "Corporations are sitting on a record amount of cash reserves: nearly $ trillion. That figure has been climbing steadily since the recession ended in , and it's now double what it was in The reason CEOs aren't investing more of their liquid assets has little to do with the tax rate."[]

Bill Gates and Warren Buffett also thought that Trump's tax cut would not help businesses.[] In a CNBC interview, Buffett even said: "I don't need a tax cut in a society with so much inequality".[]

In a letter made public on the November 12, , more than &#;millionaires and billionaires (which include George Soros and Steven Rockefeller) asked Congress to reject the Republican tax plan. They note that it would disproportionately benefit the wealthy, while adding at least $ trillion in tax cuts to the current national debt. This deficit "would leave us unable to meet our country's current needs and restrict us in advancing any future investments," the letter continues.[][][]

The Economist has also been critical of the tax cut and its lack of long-term vision: "The expiry of tax cuts for individuals is a ticking time-bomb in the tax code. It will explode just as America approaches a budget crisis, driven by rising spending on health care and pensions for the elderly. This gap will probably eventually be plugged by a combination of tax rises and spending cuts. But by cutting taxes now, Republicans have moved the starting point for any future negotiations.".[]

The Financial Times argued that this bill was "built for plutocrats" as it would mainly benefit very high income households ("45 per cent of the tax reductions in would go to households with incomes above $, - fewer than 1 per cent of filers"). It concluded by stating: "The US the world once knew is drowning in a tide of unconscionable and apparently unlimited greed. We are all now doomed to live with the unhappy consequences.".[]

The Editorial Board of The New York Times vigorously opposed the bill: "This bill is bad enough. No less revolting is the dishonest and sneaky way it was written.".[] In an article published in August , it noted that none of the benefits that the GOP promised had been delivered. Corporate investments did not increase, real wages were down and corporate tax revenue plummeted. The article ended with the following statement: "Today, many Republicans seem to realize that the tax cut has become a political liability. Even they realize that it doesn't do any of what they promised.".[]

Editorial Boards of major US newspapers including USA Today,[]The Washington Post,[]The Los Angeles Times,[]The San Francisco Chronicle[] and The Boston Globe[] also opposed the bill.

Views of economists[edit]

While there is no clear consensus among academic economists as to whether the tax plan would benefit the economy to the degree that Trump administration predicted, there is a consensus that it will widen public deficits and economic inequality

Sours: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tax_Cuts_and_Jobs_Act_of_

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Here's how wealthy families will save on estate taxes in the Biden presidency

Democratic candidates for Senate Jon Ossoff (L), Raphael Warnock (C) and US President-elect Joe Biden (R) bump elbows on stage during a rally outside Center Parc Stadium in Atlanta, Georgia, on January 4,
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Wealthy Americans worried about the prospect of higher estate and gift taxes might have more time to come up with a strategy.

With Jon Ossoff and Raphael Warnock both winning their Senate runoff elections in Georgia, the Democrats now have control — albeit precarious — of the Senate.

That will help President-elect Joe Biden push his legislative agenda, and higher taxes are expected to be a major part of his plans

The estate tax could be a prime target for Democrats.

Biden has repeatedly suggested that wealthy Americans are not paying their "fair share" of taxes. He has indicated that he plans to reduce the tax exemption for estates and gifts and increase the rates at which they are taxed to "historic norms."

That could mean reducing the amount an individual can transfer free of estate tax to $ million, lowering the lifetime exemption for gifts to $1 million and raising the tax rate on transfers over those amounts to 45%.

Currently, individuals have a unified $ million estate and gift exemption. Transfers exceeding that amount are subject to a top tax rate of 40%.

These generous terms are set to expire at the end of

"The higher exemption and the lower tax rates will not last forever," said Dustin Stamper, managing director of Grant Thornton's national tax office.

Tax overhauls take a backseat to pandemic relief

Wealthy families may still have time to revisit their estate plans — and do so under today's friendly terms.

Despite the Democrats' control of the White House and both houses of Congress, Stamper believes the window for estate planning remains open for wealthy Americans.

"I think the exemption and rates will eventually be on the table, but I don't think it's likely this year," he said.

"This administration will be focused on the pandemic and on economic relief and won't be eager to take money out of the economy," Stamper said.

The new administration may also choose toavoid the politically charged estate tax debate this year, given the relatively small revenue it generates, said Alvina Lo, chief wealth strategist for Wilmington Trust.

Households will file about 4, federal estate tax returns for people who died in — only approximately 1, of them will be taxable, according to estimates from the Tax Policy Center.

Good business owners are typically control freaks. It's very hard for them to give up control of their businesses to a trust.
chief wealth strategist for Wilmington Trust

Those returns could generate roughly$16 billion in estate tax liability for , the center estimated.

"The estate tax is not a big revenue raiser," said Lo at Wilmington Trust. "It's a drop in the bucket in terms of paying for things like the stimulus package."

"Even with a Democratic president, House and Senate, the estate tax may not be at the top of their agenda," she said.

In other words, the window to use the huge exemption to avoid estate taxes may remain open for another year.

"We have two kinds of clients," Lo said. "Some were gung-ho and put strategies in place before year-end, while others were on the fence and may now take action in the first quarter."

Prime time for asset transfers

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It is not just the tax policy outlook that's driving estate planning.

"With interest rates at historic lows and many asset values depressed, there are opportunities to pass on those assets to others at a low cost," said Stamper of Grant Thornton.

Two of the most popular vehicles to achieve that goal are grantor retained annuity trusts and charitable lead annuity trusts.

Both types of trusts move assets with high appreciation potential —— typically business assets or securities – into an irrevocable trust.

The grantor retained annuity trust makes payments to the grantor for a specified term. Once the term is up, the assets go to heirs.

This administration will be focused on the pandemic and on economic relief and won't be eager to take money out of the economy.
managing director of Grant Thornton's national tax office

Meanwhile, the charitable lead annuity trust pays a stream of income to a charity for a stated period before the remaining assets pass to a beneficiary.

"The objective is to freeze the value of the estate assets for tax purposes," Stamper said. "The potential future appreciation of those assets can then be passed on to beneficiaries tax-free."

Wealthy families weighing these strategies need to consider a trade-off: While they're saving on taxes, they're also relinquishing control of the assets.

"Good business owners are typically control freaks," Lo said. "It's very hard for them to give up control of their businesses to a trust."

As powerful as these estate-planning strategies can be in terms of tax savings, they are not for everyone.

These tactics may make the most sense for people with estates that exceed $25 million, said Stamper.

Even if the exemption is cut in half during President-elect Biden's term, a married couple will still be able to pass on nearly $12 million to their heirs tax-free.

"If you're not going to be taxed, some of these transfers can hurt you," Stamper said.

Sours: https://www.cnbc.com//01/19/how-wealthy-families-will-save-on-estate-taxes-in-biden-presidency.html
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Dollar General and other dollar stores are growing at a rapid rate and because of this, they can often snag really good bulk deals from national brands. Below are some of the hourly positions available in our retail stores: - Sales Associate. About Dollar General Return Policy. Oct 24, Moreover, Dollar Tree never budged from its story that its policy does not require employees to only wear green and black, as a white shirt  Apr 22, A Dollar General employee gets dragged by a getaway car as shoplifters try to make their escape. I moved to a new state, got a job with Dollar General, and thought it was the best could do. Aug 4, Dollar General does not require fully-vaccinated employees, customers and vendors to wear facial coverings or masks. FAQs About Grant Programs. Uniform Guidance (“UG”) is a set of regulations (located at 2 CFR ) that consolidates federal guidelines impacting research administration. Wages Are Low at Most Dollar Stores. Password will expire in 5 days. 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The non-Federal entity must have and use documented procurement procedures, consistent with the standards of this section and §§ § 1 t-shirt then purchasing others if you get more than a day a week. Turner and Son in , at Scottsville, Kentucky. Creating access and opportunity for adults to learn. Dollar General employees rate the overall Dollar stores might not have the sprawling parking lots and giant stores compared to the big-box stores, but they do have a lot of power. Posting comments, questions, letters, etc on these sites in an attempt to contact Dollar General is a waste of time. Answered August 2, Purchase of optional products is not required to rent a Dollar vehicle. 30 i dont have much time i was told this is a dress code violation if i dont wear the correct Dollar General paid $, to Woods' wife in workers' compensation, according to the family. Everyone else will Until the second quarter of , Dollar General has consistently posted same-store sales growth. This will allow employees to clean and re-stock the stores. for only customers 60 and older. Dollar Admiral also comes built in with access to the Dollar General Penny List. Yes, Dollar General provides its employees with a uniform, but you will have to purchase it. ixiacom. 1. Store managers and assistant managers make between $43, and Product availability, styles, colors, brands, promotions and prices may vary between stores and online. Sidco Drive Nashville, Tennessee Does dollar general require customers to wear masks SOPA ImagesGetty Images As COVID cases continue to rise across the country, many states have required people to wear face masks while they are in public. We have implemented measures to ensure uninterrupted service for our customers and the safety and security of our employees and partners. Failure to provide requested documents on a timely basis will result in the Organization paying sales tax on all purchases until the required documents are received by Dollar General. 3) Why do you want to work for Dollar General? If going to college state, you think working at Dollar General is a great way to pay for school (this is a great answer as it goes you have ambition) State you think Dollar General provides great value for everyday products to individuals and families and because of this, you will be happy to Dollar General hopes to provide seniors with the items they need before any crowds show up. Unload Pay. Dollar Store Development, Setups, and Dollar Store Merchandise Supply. Answered January 6, - Cashier/Sales Associate (Former  Your source for all things Dollar Tree Apparel. Today, we announced the reopening of our Dollar General store in Porter, Oklahoma after having to close it down last year due to a fire. org For Donation Requests: Submit your request to [email protected] Uniform Gifts to Minors Act (UGMA) All States and jurisdictions in the United States adopted the UGMA in some form. And like the previous person stated, how close were you and do you know for a fact that it was an illegal drug they were selling or is this an assumption? You cannot build a Dollar General or any other 10, sf Dollar store for $, (NASDAQ: DLTR) have proved resilient during the current low-growth economic climate, winning  Apr 16, The traditional Dollar General store size, design and location requires minimal initial investment and low maintenance capital expenditures. Scrub Sets or Polos may be bought at Dollar General, The Mall, Wal-Mart, local scrub shop, etc. Toys,and accessories are A. (a) Costs of professional and consultant services rendered by persons who are members of a particular profession or possess a special skill, and who are not officers or employees of the non-Federal entity, are allowable, subject to paragraphs (b) and (c) of or the Family Dollar Human Resources Contact Center at Once you'  Sep 2, Dollar General's Demand Chain Department ensures the inventory is maintained in all Do your facilities maintain an Approved Vendor List? Black dress pants or khaki pants. The service dress uniform includes the men's and women's blue service dress coat and trousers or skirt. The return policy of the store states that you can return your product to the store within 30 days of purchase. Erikson had started at the Maine Dollar General in January , after getting laid off from a local Super Shoes store. Turn any grocery receipt into savings! Use my referral code, YB6VN, during signup Job Listings. Buy school uniforms as low as $5. If you don't remember, a trip to a local uniform shop may be in order. Our Dollar Store concept gives you the look and feel of a large franchise, while leaving you total control of your own business. Dollar Tree, Dollar General, and Five Below all saw comparable sales increase in the third quarter of This is the 1st time the police have been called on me at any  Sep 30, I don't mind doing whatever my boss asks me to do because I would love to grow with this company. So, if a shoplifter gets away, there is no way to determine what mode of transportation they took or which direction they went in. Dollar General Key Holder Job Description for Resume. You don’t want it! Walk… no… RUN… even better, DRIVE to any other business that’s hiring! Even McDonald’s! Dollar General will Dollar General does not reimburse for any costs associated with completing the hiring process. Save money. (1) this store does not have enough daytime traffic to require early morning pick-up  Aug 13, Westwind Construction crew manager David Horton told the Pioneer they will be finishing up their part of the project on Sept. <p>. Part-time workers will only get half of that. How Much Experience Do You Need to Work at Dollar General? Dollar General is an entry-level, friendly company, so you can apply for a position without any experience and get hired as a sales associate. It was the first store in We are also required to keep a copy of your tax ID certificate on file, which you can fax to or e‑mail to [email protected] texas. Apply to any positions you believe you are a fit for and contact us today! Dollar Store Services. 1 . Our turn key business delivers a fully stocked and ready to open store with the life time support of our company. Many schools have a dress code for the students, so moms have to get creative  Frequently Asked Questions. Professional service costs. Black polo shirt with a collar. Here is the full story. Oct 26, Jackson Police are investigating a shooting involving an officer and an alleged shoplifter at a Dollar General store. At any time during the interview process (except during the question assessment), if you need to stop and take a break, click “Save as Draft” at the bottom of the page. We have a Dollar General Penny list for Tuesday 9/7/21! These are currently marked down to $0. Additional information on these products are also available at Dollar locations. Since Woods' death on Nov. It is the absolute right of Family Dollar, among other things, to cancel or return any noncompliant order(s) or products at the expense of the supplier without financial impact to Family Dollar. Blue jeans with loops for your required black Read more. COM Marketplace offers great deals on clothes, beauty, health and nutrition, shoes, electronics, and more from over 1, stores with one easy checkout. Welcome to the Careers Center for DOLLAR GENERAL. offers you the best solutions. We support programs in Dollar General hometown communities that are helping individuals take their next steps towards a bright future. dollar-general-employee-handbook-pdf 1/18 Downloaded from wave. It is a tradition in our Army that newly commissioned second lieutenants present a silver dollar to the first enlisted Soldier who salutes them. Higher cap rates and lower price points result in a larger pool of qualified buyers. In addition, Dollar General is closing their stores one hour early. ) “Our customers are at the center of all that we do,” said  A free inside look at Dollar General offices and culture posted anonymously by Apple Computers Rainbow Logo Screen Stars T Shirt How To Wear, Vintage. does not meet these requirements, the supplier must notify Family Dollar Quality and Compliance as soon as the supplier is aware of such noncompliance. The act does not mandate uniforms, but it allows employers to require them. Verifiers love Truework because it’s never been easier and more streamlined to verify an employee, learn more here. With ,+ employees and counting, we’re growing fast and so can you. average benefits percentage test First Part-Nondiscriminatory classification test Introduction The nondiscriminatory classification test has two tests, 1. Find information about retirement plans, insurance benefits, paid time off, reviews, and more. M&L searched store grand openings across the nation for chains such as Dollar General, Dollar Tree, Family Dollar, and Dougie’s Dollar Barn. Dollar General's new store model is approximately 9, square feet on 1. Here is an anonymous answer example: "i do not require a performance incentive, to do a great job; however, small perks, are always nice to have. Jul 13, Dollar Tree does not reimburse employees for the expense of (2) Whether the clothing required by Dollar Tree constitutes a uniform under. **All donation requests should include a formal request letter on the nonprofit organization's letterhead and also include the organization's nine-digit EIN number. Drug testing is not mandatory for all positions at Dollar General, but appears to be frequent for senior members of staff. There is also a maternity service dress jumper and blouse. Keep in mind, if you do it yourself, you’ll have to buy the logo decals separate.

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