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In the wake of the tax bill’s passage, the Senate has begun the process of making good its pledge to reduce taxes for all Americans by reducing corporate taxes and individual tax rates.
With the tax cuts now in effect, Republicans are planning to increase the corporate tax rate from 35% to 35.5% and individuals from 35 to 39.6%.
The Senate is expected to vote on the tax plan this week.
The final vote is expected this week and it will be a big win for President Donald Trump.
Republicans plan to use the new corporate rate cut as a bargaining chip to make changes to the tax code.
The bill would give more money to companies like Wal-Mart, which would then use the extra money to invest in new factories in states like Michigan, Wisconsin and Pennsylvania.
That could make it easier for companies to move production overseas, and help them reduce their tax bills, analysts said.
While the corporate rate cuts are huge for businesses, they aren’t going to solve all of the problems facing families.
They will only help a few companies that are already suffering from the tax cut.
For many families, the corporate rates will be the primary driver of their income, according to a report by the Tax Policy Center.
For many, that income comes from things like wages, dividends and sales.
But there is no one size fits all.
The most important thing is that everyone is on the same playing field, said Steve Bousquet, director of the Tax Foundation’s Tax Policy Initiative.
That’s why we think this is so important.
It will have a dramatic impact on families, he said.
If there are big corporations, the biggest winners will be them, and if there are smaller companies, the winners are families, Bousette said.
The tax bill is not the only thing Republicans have promised to address the issue of inequality.
They want to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act, which has led to huge income inequality across the country.
Republican leaders said they would also work to lower corporate taxes to boost economic growth.
But some experts question whether that is feasible because the tax rate cut will only benefit a small percentage of businesses.
The Tax Policy Council, a Washington-based think tank, estimates that the bill will create a net tax cut of $1.3 trillion for the federal government over 10 years, but only about $600 billion over the same period.
That would only go so far.
According to the Congressional Budget Office, the bill would add only about 1.4% to the gross domestic product.
That leaves a big gap between what is being offered and what is actually being collected.
The American Enterprise Institute, a conservative think tank based in Washington, said the plan would increase the amount of money people earn.
That means people will be making more than they were in 2013 and that will make the tax system more unequal, said Laura Eisman, director for government affairs for the institute.
She added that it will lead to greater inequality.
The Senate bill will likely increase taxes on corporations and people with high incomes, according the Tax Center.
However, those people will pay the majority of the increase in taxes.
For low-income people, the plan will likely lead to higher taxes on their income.
That will lead people to lower their wages, said Mark Kantrowitz, senior fellow at the Taxpayers Protection Alliance, a left-leaning policy group.
The plan will also lead to more government borrowing, which will reduce the economic recovery, Kantrowetsaid.
That means the economy will be worse off, and the debt-to-GDP ratio will increase, he added.
For the rich, however, the tax reform could be a boon.
The tax cuts will reduce their taxable income by an average of $4,400, according Toensing and Co.
The nonpartisan Joint Committee on Taxation estimated that the tax changes would lead to an increase in revenues of $5 trillion over the next decade.
That would make the bill more than double the size of the economic stimulus bill that Congress passed last year, Toensing said.
Republicans have been promising to cut tax rates for years, and they have not delivered.
The Tax Policy Institute estimated that in 2021, tax cuts would add about $1,400 to the cost of buying a home, the average cost of a car and the average income of a family of four.
If the Senate bill is approved, it will mean the average family would see their taxes go up by $3,300, according TOensing.
That includes the cost for state and local governments, which typically receive less money than the federal Government, to cover their costs.
A family of three will see their income rise