Do the Tax Cuts Help You?

If you listen to the Liberal Left (including Nancy Pelosi who termed the new tax law as “Armageddon”) you probably believe that only rich Americans will see their taxes cut. Not true.

While it is true that not every American will see their taxes reduced, almost ALL Americans will. The Left in their all-consuming quest to denigrate every potential legislative win for this Administration have already shown how rabid they are about disproving the truths in the new tax law. So why don’t we expose THEIR lies with the TRUTH. That’s a novel approach, right?

Do the American Middle Class receive a tax cut under the new tax law or as Pelosi and othe liberals claim see their tax burden rise?  The Pew Research Center — a truly non-partisan group — state that 71% of Americans fall in the “Middle Class” with an income range of $24,000 to $73,000 for a single person. Keep those numbers in mind when examining the numbers below.

Let’s look at a bunch of different income levels for Americans and give tax reduction facts. There are many lines with tax detail here so don’t be discouraged. Find your income range for factual tax information under the new law:

      • Average salary: $20,570; Current tax: $1,059; New Tax: $857; tax cut: 19.1%
      • Average salary: $21,680; Current tax: $1,226; New Tax : $971; tax cut: 20.8%
      • Average salary: $24,410; Current tax: $1,635; New Tax: $1,299; tax cut: 20.6%
      • Average salary: $25,580; Current tax: $1,811; New Tax: $1,439; tax cut: 20.5%
      • Average salary: $26,790; Current tax: $1,992; New Tax: $1,584; tax cut: 20.5%
      • Average salary: $29,900; Current tax: $2,459; New Tax: $1,958; tax cut: 20.4%
      • Average salary: $31,740; Current tax: $2,735; New Tax: $2,178; tax cut: 20.3%
      • Average salary: $34,580; Current tax: $3,161; New Tax: $2,519; tax cut: 20.3%
      • Average salary: $36,560; Current tax: $3,458; New Tax: $2,757; tax cut: 20.3%
      • Average salary: $37,890; Current tax: $3,645; New Tax: $2,916; tax cut: 20.0%
      • Average salary: $39,900; Current tax: $3,895; New Tax: $3,158; tax cut: 18.9%
      • Average salary: $44,480; Current tax: $4,646; New Tax: $3,707; tax cut: 17.0%
      • Average salary: $47,390; Current tax: $4,825; New Tax: $4,056; tax cut: 15.9%
      • Average salary: $49,770; Current tax: $5,121; New Tax: $4,342; tax cut: 15.2%
      • Average salary: $50,520; Current tax: $5,214; New Tax: $4,432; tax cut: 15.0%
      • Average salary: $53,180; Current tax: $5,753; New Tax: $4,999; tax cut: 13.1%
      • Average salary: $53,990; Current tax: $5,919; New Tax: $5,177; tax cut: 12.5%
      • Average salary: $56,650; Current tax: $6,465; New Tax: $5,763; tax cut: 10.9%
      • Average salary: $59,870; Current tax: $7,126; New Tax: $6,471; tax cut: 9.2%
      • Average salary: $64,890; Current tax: $8,156; New Tax: $7,575; tax cut: 7.1%
      • Average salary: $64,890; Current tax: $8,156; New Tax: $7,575; tax cut: 7.1%
      • Average salary: $66,540; Current tax: $8,495; New Tax: $7,938; tax cut: 6.6%
      • Average salary: $67,760; Current tax: $8,745; New Tax: $8,207; tax cut: 6.2%
      • Average salary: $73,440; Current tax: $9,905; New Tax: $9,296; tax cut: 6.1%
      • Average salary: $76,730; Current tax: $10,571; New Tax: $9,883; tax cut: 6.5%
      • Average salary: $79,340; Current tax: $11,100; New Tax: $10,348; tax cut: 6.8%
      • Average salary: $81,490; Current tax: $11,533; New Tax: $10,730; tax cut: 7.0%
      • Average salary: $85,180; Current tax: $12,262; New Tax: $11,371; tax cut: 7.3%
      • Average salary: $87,220; Current tax: $12,665; New Tax: $11,726; tax cut: 7.4%
      • Average salary: $89,730; Current tax: $13,161; New Tax: $12,162; tax cut: 7.6%
      • Average salary: $91,620; Current tax: $13,534; New Tax: $12,491; tax cut: 7.7%
      • Average salary: $98,620; Current tax: $14,917; New Tax: $13,708; tax cut: 8.1%
      • Average salary: $100,560; Current tax: $15,301; New Tax: $14,045; tax cut: 8.2%
      • Average salary: $102,260; Current tax: $15,637; New Tax: $14,370; tax cut: 8.1%
      • Average salary: $104,610; Current tax: $16,101; New Tax: $14,887; tax cut: 7.5%
      • Average salary: $105,600; Current tax: $16,296; New Tax: $15,105; tax cut: 7.3%
      • Average salary: $108,880; Current tax: $16,944; New Tax: $15,826; tax cut: 6.6%
      • Average salary: $112,010; Current tax: $17,563; New Tax: $16,514; tax cut: 6.0%
      • Average salary: $114,120; Current tax: $17,980; New Tax: $16,978; tax cut: 5.6%
      • Average salary: $116,320; Current tax: $18,414; New Tax: $17,461; tax cut: 5.2%
      • Average salary: $120,270; Current tax: $19,252; New Tax: $18,330; tax cut: 4.8%
      • Average salary: $123,100; Current tax: $19,879; New Tax: $18,952; tax cut: 4.7%
      • Average salary: $139,880; Current tax: $23,591; New Tax: $22,641; tax cut: 4.0%
      • Average salary: $144,140; Current tax: $24,534; New Tax: $23,577; tax cut: 3.9%
      • Average salary$152,770; Current tax$26,439; New Tax: $25,474; tax cut: 3.6%
      • Average salary$152,770; Current tax$26,439; New Tax: $25,474; tax cut: 3.6%
      • Average salary: $173,860; Current tax: $31,056; New Tax: $30,111; tax cut: 3.0%
      • Average salary: $194,350; Current tax: $35,541; New Tax: $35,457; tax cut: 0.2%
      • Average salary: $200,810; Current tax: $36,956; New Tax: $37,351; tax cut: -1.1%
      • Average salary: $228,780; Current tax: $43,078; New Tax: $45,549; tax cut: -5.7%
      • Average salary: $269,600; Current tax: $52,973; New Tax: $58,623; tax cut: -10.7%
    • The estimated federal tax savings are for a single, childless taxpayer who owns a house valued at three times their salary. Statistics verified by BUSINESS INSIDER.

Why the Democrat Dis-information?

Dems cannot afford to allow Americans to believe President Trump and the GOP are doing anything to benefit Americans. Anything Republicans do must always be perceived to be for the wealthy at the expense of the American Middle Class. Why? Democrats have convinced (through their constant daily anti-conservative rhetoric) middle class Americans, minorities and immigrants that Democrats are the only ones who care for them. The exact opposite of that is true. But for Democrats to ever succeed politically they MUST control minority votes. And in the past they have mastered doing so.

Example: compare the income class factual tax information above for each income range of the American middle class. There is no political posturing in those numbers. Yet Democrat leaders shout from the housetops of the theft of middle class income through tax breaks for the wealthy under the new tax law.

Remember this fundamental of the Democrats: the only reason they “champion” lower income and minority segments of the population is for their votes. If that is not true explain why else would they ALL in unison lie about these tax cuts? They think these Americans are too uneducated, too intellectually inferior to understand. And God help those relegated to that “basket of deplorables!”

Summary

I urge you to copy and paste the link to this post into a group email to your friends and associates. They too are smart enough to understand the truth just as you do, right? Give them the chance! Paste the link in a Post on your Facebook page.

We need to let everyone we know two things about this: The Democrats from top to bottom are lying about the tax law; and beginning in February all middle class Americans will see their take-home pay increase because of the law. How long ago was the last paycheck take-home increase you saw?

One more thing to hash out in your mind: these cuts (if Congress will leave them alone and make them permanent) will result in government tax revenue growth beyond the amount needed to cover the cost of these tax cuts and to a level that will justify MORE tax relief. How? More of what we are witnessing today: confidence by individuals and companies sufficient for them to spend more because they have more, increase hiring, make new infrastructure investment, expansion to new locations and markets, and give workers salary increases.

With all this you can believe “The Best is Yet to Come!”

 

 

 

 


One thought on “Do the Tax Cuts Help You?

  1. Peter Lloyd Reply

    The Democrats are so IN YOUR FACE it’s almost difficult to appreciate that they know they are lying but they think it is ok. Worse yet, they believe it is ok to generate false rumors about Trump’s health, state of mind, true intentions, family values, personal ambitions and political insight. But generally, corn fed dems keep eating the BS and pooping the party line along with the MSM. Unbelievable.

    The good news is that when the mid-term elections turn up later this year it will be the most IN THEIR FACE election in history. With their wrong stand on taxes and drunken rhetoric, things will not go well for them. Now they are on an all out mission to disable Trump with simple lies to their constituents. This should be fun to watch. They just can’t make this stuff up.

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