President Obama is too busy campaigning to do anything about the impending “Taxmaggedon” that’s going to hit all of us in 100 days. How bad is it going to get? Americans for Tax Reform has a list of the many taxes hikes we’re facing.
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In 2001 and 2003, the GOP Congress enacted several tax cuts for small business owners, families, and investors (later re-upped by President Obama and Democrat Congress in 2010). The following tax hikes will occur on January 1, 2013:buy xanax online without prescription
Personal income tax rates will rise on January 1, 2013. The top income tax rate will rise from 35 to 39.6 percent (this is also the rate at which the majority of small business profits are taxed). The lowest rate will rise from 10 to 15 percent. All the rates in between will also rise. Itemized deductions and personal exemptions will again phase out, which has the same mathematical effect as higher marginal tax rates. The full list of marginal rate hikes is below:buy tramadol no prescription
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Higher taxes on marriage and family coming on January 1, 2013. The “marriage penalty” (narrower tax brackets for married couples) will return from the first dollar of taxable income. The child tax credit will be cut in half from $1000 to $500 per child. The standard deduction will no longer be doubled for married couples relative to the single level.
That’s just the beginning. The list goes on and on, so be sure to read the whole thing so you know what you’re in for. If you think the economy is bad now, just wait.klonopin online no prescriptionvalium online without prescription xanax online no prescription