Sunday, July 4, 2010

Six Months to Go Until The Largest Tax Hikes in History

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Six Months to Go Until The Largest Tax Hikes in History


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    Get ready for some of the biggest tax hikes in history. As I started reading through this and the PDF file itself. All I could thing of was.
    Daniel 11

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    20"Then in his place one will arise who will (Y)send an oppressor through the [a]Jewel of his kingdom; yet within a few days he will be shattered, though not in anger nor in battle.
     21"In his place a despicable person will arise, on whom the honor of kingship has not been conferred, but he will come in a time of tranquility and (Z)seize the kingdom by intrigue.
     22"The overflowing (AA)forces will be flooded away before him and shattered, and also the prince of the covenant.
     23"After an alliance is made with him he will practice deception, and he will go up and gain power with a small force of people.
     24"In a time of tranquility he will enter the (AB)richest parts of the realm, and he will accomplish what his fathers never did, nor his ancestors; he will distribute plunder, booty and possessions among them, and he will devise his schemes against strongholds, but only for a time.

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    BREAKING:  Wounded Warriors Face New Tax This Independence Day
    In just six months, the largest tax hikes in the history of America will take effect.  They will hit families and small businesses in three great waves on January 1, 2011:
    First Wave: Expiration of 2001 and 2003 Tax Relief
    In 2001 and 2003, the GOP Congress enacted several tax cuts for investors, small business owners, and families.  These will all expire on January 1, 2011:
    Personal income tax rates will rise.  The top income tax rate will rise from 35 to 39.6 percent (this is also the rate at which two-thirds 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:

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    Higher taxes on marriage and family.  The "marriage penalty" (narrower tax brackets for married couples) will return from the first dollar of 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.  The dependent care and adoption tax credits will be cut.
    The return of the Death Tax.  This year, there is no death tax.  For those dying on or after January 1 2011, there is a 55 percent top death tax rate on estates over $1 million.  A person leaving behind two homes and a retirement account could easily pass along a death tax bill to their loved ones.
    Higher tax rates on savers and investors.  The capital gains tax will rise from 15 percent this year to 20 percent in 2011.  The dividends tax will rise from 15 percent this year to 39.6 percent in 2011.  These rates will rise another 3.8 percent in 2013.

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    Second Wave: Obamacare
    There are over twenty new or higher taxes in Obamacare.  Several will first go into effect on January 1, 2011.  They include:

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    The "Special Needs Kids Tax"  This provision of Obamacare imposes a cap on flexible spending accounts (FSAs) of $2500 (Currently, there is no federal government limit).  There is one group of FSA owners for whom this new cap will be particularly cruel and onerous: parents of special needs children.  There are thousands of families with special needs children in the United States, and many of them use FSAs to pay for special needs education.  Tuition rates at one leading school that teaches special needs children in Washington, D.C. (National Child Research Center) can easily exceed $14,000 per year.  Under tax rules, FSA dollars can be used to pay for this type of special needs education. 

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    Be sure to read the full article at the link. PDF is directly above.

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