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Investor's Business Daily

Investor’s Business Daily offers this staff editorial today in anticipation of President Trump’s tax plan specifics coming soon.

Trump’s Corporate Tax Cut: A Supply-Side Shot In The Arm

Excerpt:

One other thing he suggested he would do: A one-time tax on repatriated overseas corporate retained earnings that are now kept in overseas accounts to avoid onerous U.S. taxation.

The estimated amount of these funds is staggering: $2.4 trillion. Even repatriating just two-thirds of that amount at 10% would add close to $160 billion to federal tax revenues.

Taken together, these form the core of an extremely supply-side oriented economic growth program that would create jobs and new incomes.

Nor is this a “tax cut for the rich,” as some have claimed.

As IBD noted last September, the “dirty little secret” of corporate taxes is that corporations don’t actually even pay them. Average Americans — that’s you — do. You pay it through lower wages, lower returns on investments and retirement accounts, and higher prices for the things you buy.



Dan Mitchell weighs in on what we know about President Trump’s tax plan(s):

Unfortunately, Trump’s Good Tax Plan Is Not a Serious Tax Plan


Today’s Brew 9-12-16

☕ Larry Kudlow and Brian Domitrovic have a preview of their new book, JFK and the Reagan Revolution in the Wall Street Journal:

Return to JFK’s ‘Rising Tide’ Model

Kennedy and Reagan both spurred growth through bipartisan tax cuts. That’s just what is needed now.

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