Breitbart News is reporting that the GOP is now saying that it’s all economics, and that the tax plan is only about the economic growth it promises to create.
Here’s what that means for you and your family.
It means, “It’s about the economy, not the other way around.”
The GOP’s economic agenda has already had the impact of boosting the wages of the middle class and lowering the poverty rate.
And it’s not even a complete loss of economic growth.
According to a recent report by the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office, tax cuts enacted under the GOP plan would produce an additional $4.5 trillion in economic output and create 10 million jobs, or nearly a third of the economy.
So while it may seem like the GOP has made economic gains, it has really just increased the tax burden and hurt the economy in other ways.
For example, it’s going to hurt middle class families who already rely on food stamps to get by.
The tax cuts have already hurt families with children and people who earn less than $25,000 per year.
It’s also going to make it harder for people with pre-existing conditions to get coverage, since they now pay a higher premium than everyone else.
But let’s focus on the tax cuts for the wealthy and corporations.
That’s where things get tricky.
The Republican plan, if it’s implemented, is going to result in a major redistribution of wealth from the middle to the top.
It’s the very definition of redistribution.
It would make the top 1% pay more taxes, while everyone else pays less.
This is a big problem for anyone who cares about inequality and wants a more equitable distribution of wealth.
In addition to raising taxes on the wealthy, the GOP plan also increases the top tax rate on millions of middle class households, which would be a big deal for people who already pay very high taxes.
Because the plan would also lower the tax rate of individuals earning more than $1 million, that will make their tax bills even more expensive.
People earning less than that will likely pay more in taxes, since their taxable income is so much higher.
Even if you don’t have any children, it will make it more expensive to buy a home.
A new study by the Tax Policy Center found that the impact of this plan will be especially pronounced for lower- and middle-income households.
Middle-class families that earn between $30,000 and $50,000 would pay more under the plan.
According to the study, the impact would be especially big for people earning $30 to $50K.
These are people who are likely already paying higher taxes than people earning more.
Now, the GOP tax plan doesn’t just affect middle-class households.
The plan also hits the middle- and upper-income groups.
Those earning between $75,000 to $150,000 will pay more under the plan, while those earning more will pay less.
The Tax Policy center notes that middle- to upper-class Americans would also see a reduction in the amount of tax they pay.
What this means is that middle- and lower-income people are going to pay more for healthcare, a bigger share of their income, and they will pay higher taxes.
The GOP tax proposal is going to increase the cost of healthcare for everyone, but the middle and upper income classes are the ones most likely to suffer the most.
You’re already paying a lot of taxes under the current tax code.
Here are a few more things to consider if you live in a middle class neighborhood: The tax bill that Republicans have proposed will also reduce the corporate tax rate from 35% to 25%.
The corporate tax cut, which is currently scheduled to expire at the end of the year, has already had a big impact on middle- income families.
Since the tax cut is already scheduled to end in 2021, people who make less than $200,000 a year will pay the full amount of the corporate tax cut.
At the same time, those making $200K and up will pay a 15% tax rate on all their income.
With the corporate tax cutting scheduled to be fully phased out in 2021 and 2024, middle class families will see their tax bill go up.
Lower-income Americans will pay even less under the corporation tax cut and will see a big tax cut for their family.
Under the GOP’s corp tax plan, everyone earning $50K or less will pay just $1.75 a month of the cost of their