All posts in " The Hunt for Taxes "

The Trump Tax Cut, the Pass-Through, & Multinationals

By admin / December 4, 2017

The Trump Tax Reform is a very major deal. There are seven brackets in today’s individual tax code. The Senate version of the Trump Reform is not a windfall for the rich lowering their bracket from 39.6% to just 38.5%. The seven tax brackets currently are: 10%, 15%, 25%, 28%, 33%, 35%, and 39.6%.  Changes […]


Senate Approves Trump’s Tax Reform

By admin / December 3, 2017

The U.S. Senate on Saturday narrowly approved a tax reform, moving Republicans and President Donald Trump a big step closer to their goal of slashing taxes which will create an economic boom in the United States and draw-in capital from around the globe. This will put tremendous pressure upon Europe, Canada, and even Japan which all tax […]


Monoply – Gov’t Violates its Own Anti-Trust Laws

By admin / November 27, 2017

COMMENT: Marty, Really enjoyed the WEC. My only disappointment was not getting to meet you at the Friday evening event and share a drink and a few minuets conversation. Next time for sure. By the way, your team and especially your daughter were absolutely terrific. Very helpful and efficient. Just read your piece on the […]


The Hunt for Taxes Destroying Healthcare in Britain

By admin / November 18, 2017

The Hunt for Taxes is now creating a crisis in healthcare in Britain. The UK government is gearing up for a massive tax clampdown targeting private sector contractors. The UK Treasury estimates in its budget that this taxing of private contractors in healthcare will create £185m in new taxes for the year 2017/18. This is known as […]


Leonardo da Vinci’s Salvator Mundi sells for record $450m

By admin / November 16, 2017

Leonardo da Vinci’s 500-year-old painting known as Salvator Mundi (Saviour of the World) is the only work in private hands. It just sold at Christie’s auction room in New York for a record $450m – almost half-billion. The painting apparently once belonged to King Charles I of England back in the 1600s. The last time […]


Iraq & Hunt for Taxes from American Contractors

By admin / November 11, 2017

Iraq has been accused of employing strong-arm tactics to make American military contractors operating in Iraq to pay exorbitant income taxes. They are running to Trump complaining that this is hampering the fight against Islamic State extremists – of course. The Iraq government is demanding millions of dollars in taxes that these contractors earn providing […]


Tax Reform & the Dow

By admin / November 10, 2017

Trump’s tax reform to cut the corporate income tax rate from 35% to 20% will be a huge boost for the economy and place tremendous pressure on the rest of the world. But already we have Republicans playing games for personal careers. They want to postpone the cut for corporations until 2019 AFTER, of course, […]


Alimony Deduction May Vanish

By admin / November 6, 2017

The Trump Tax Reform is in part inspired by the Flat Tax idea of lowering the rate and eliminating deductions. Alimony, or spousal support, is often part of divorce agreements when there’s a big discrepancy in earnings between the two parties and the marriage has endured for more than just a few years. The idea […]


Trump’s Tax Reform

By admin / November 3, 2017

    These days, US President Donald Trump is pushing his number one agenda of his term in office – major tax reform. Trump has been meeting with some of his own party senators seeking approval for the planned tax reform he is hoping will be signed by the end of December at the latest […]

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