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How To Understand the Federal Stimulus Package
Watch more Politics 101 videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/151881-How-To-Understand-the-Federal-Stimulus-Package Our economy's in the worst crisis since the Depression, and we need to turn things around. The government moved fast to pass the Economic Recovery and Reinvestment Plan – $787 billion of investment and tax cuts that will create 3.5 million jobs. Here are the plan's goals. Step 1: Understand the basics Break the cycle. Right now, consumers are worried about the economy. They aren’t spending, so businesses are struggling. When businesses struggle, people lose jobs. When people lose jobs, they cut their spending. It’s a vicious cycle, one that the recovery package aims to break. Step 2: Job creation Create jobs. The most important part of the package is job creation. The plan includes $150 billion to fund clean energy, technology, and infrastructure projects, which will employ millions of Americans looking for work. Step 3: Move toward a green economy Create green jobs, which put people back to work today, and make us more energy independent in the future. The projects in the package include: Modernizing the country’s electrical grid Developing wind turbines, solar panels, biofuels, and advanced vehicle battery systems Investing in clean water, flood control, and environmental restoration And increasing energy-efficiency in homes and offices. Step 4: Improve infrastructure To compete in a 21st-century economy, we also need to provide jobs that help construct a 21st-century infrastructure using 21st-century technology. The plan includes: Upgrading our crumbling roads and bridges Improving public transit and rail systems Modernizing the health-care system for long-term savings Funding biomedical, science, and engineering research And extending broadband services to underserved communities across the country. Step 5: Improve education Improve education to make America more competitive. To increase higher-education opportunities, college students will be eligible for a $2,500 tuition tax credit, $200 million will expand work-study programs, and the maximum Pell Grant – federal aid primarily for low-income students – will increase by $500. The package also provides more than $2 billion for early childhood development, and $13 billion in grants to ensure disadvantaged kids achieve high academic standards. Step 6: Unemployment benefits Help the unemployed, who are bearing the brunt of the economic crisis. Anyone who lost their job won’t have to pay income taxes on the first $2,400 of federal unemployment benefits, and government subsidies will make their health insurance more affordable. The package increases and extends unemployment benefits through 2009 and boosts food stamp benefits to offset rising food costs. Step 7: Tax relief Cut taxes and boost consumer confidence. The stimulus package includes $288 billion in tax cuts. In 2009 and 2010, President Obama’s signature 'Making Work Pay' tax cut will provide most individuals with $400 and most families with $800. Qualified retirees and disabled veterans will get a one-time $250 payment. These cuts ensure that working people pay less taxes, so they have more money to spend. Tip To help pump money into the economy over time, the 'Making Work Pay' tax credits won’t be distributed as a lump sum. Beginning in June, you’ll see an extra $13 in your weekly paycheck, and an extra $8 starting in January 2010. Step 8: Housing and auto credits Boost the housing and auto markets. To help buoy the housing market and stem foreclosures, the tax credit for first-time homebuyers will increase to $8,000. And if you purchase a new car, you can deduct the sales tax. These tax savings will translate into more people buying cars, which will help shore up the auto industry in addition to encouraging consumer spending. Step 9: Send money to states Help all 50 states. The economy can’t bounce back if states can’t balance their budgets, and if states suffer budget shortfalls, they can’t pay for essentials like public safety and other critical services, quality teachers, and school renovations. The package provides more than $50 billion for state services, plus an $87 billion increase in federal funding for Medicaid to states. Step 10: Work together Encourage optimism. We can’t expect the government to solve the financial crisis alone, or overnight. The private sector must contribute to job creation and economic growth. But the stimulus package is the first, critical step to getting our economy back on track. As President Obama said, 'We will turn this crisis into opportunity and emerge from our painful present into a brighter future.' Did You Know? You can find out more details of the stimulus plan, and even track how government money is being spent once the plan kicks
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President Hoover's 1931 stimulus plan
"Some of the reactionary economists urged that we should allow the liquidation to take its course until we had found bottom.... We determined that we would not follow the advice of the bitter-end liquidationists and see the whole body of debtors of the United States brought to bankruptcy and the savings of our people brought to destruction...Instead we met the situation with proposals to private business and to Congress of the most gigantic program of economic defense and counterattack ever evolved in the history of the Republic." -Hoover (Wikipedia) Hoover confronted a world of political possibilities when he returned home in 1919. Democratic Party leaders looked on him as a potential candidate for President, and President Wilson privately preferred Hoover as his successor. "There could not be a finer one," asserted Franklin D. Roosevelt, then a rising star from New York. Hoover briefly considered becoming a Democrat, but he believed that 1920 would be a Republican year. A self-described progressive and reformer, Hoover saw the presidency as a vehicle for improving the conditions of all Americans by encouraging public-private cooperation—what he termed "volunterism". Long before he had entered politics, he had denounced laissez-faire thinking.[32] At the outset of the Depression, Hoover claims in his memoirs that he rejected Treasury Secretary Andrew Mellon's suggested "leave-it-alone" approach, and called many business leaders to Washington to urge them not to lay off workers or cut wages. Congress, desperate to increase federal revenue, enacted the Revenue Act of 1932, which was the largest peacetime tax increase in history.[52] The Act increased taxes across the board, so that top earners were taxed at 63% on their net income. The 1932 Act also increased the tax on the net income of corporations from 12% to 13.75%. The final attempt of the Hoover Administration to rescue the economy occurred in 1932 with the passage of the Emergency Relief and Construction Act, which authorized funds for public works programs and the creation of the Reconstruction Finance Corporation (RFC). The RFC's initial goal was to provide government-secured loans to financial institutions, railroads and farmers. The RFC had minimal impact at the time, but was adopted by President Franklin D. Roosevelt and greatly expanded as part of his New Deal. Even so, New Dealer Rexford Tugwell[56] later remarked that although no one would say so at the time, "practically the whole New Deal was extrapolated from programs that Hoover started." "For three long years," Roosevelt said in accepting his party's nomination, "I have been going up and down this country preaching that government . . . costs too much. I shall not stop that preaching." FDR campaigned in 1932 on a platform of slashing the size and cost of government, and of ending the "reckless and extravagant" spending of Herbert Hoover. Stop that preaching he didn't. He accused Hoover of presiding over "the greatest spending administration in peacetime in all our history . . . an administration that has piled bureau on bureau, commission on commission." He slammed the Republican's record of "reckless and extravagant" spending, and of thinking "that we ought to center control of everything in Washington as rapidly as possible." He mocked those who thought "a huge expenditure of public funds" was the best way to grow the economy of succumbing "to the illusions of economic magic." His running mate, Texas Congressman John Nance Garner, even warned that Hoover was "leading the country down the path of socialism." - Jeff Jacoby "Unemployment Relief" Recorded October 18, 1931 Full speech at The Authentic History Center Transcript at: http://www.presidency.ucsb.edu/ws/?pid=22855#axzz1wcDOCsEQ
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What The Stimulus Plan Means For Your Taxes
KMBC's Kris Ketz talks with H&R Block's Amy McAnarney.
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Pawlenty Stimulus Plan for Millionaires
Thom debates with David Selig, Conservative Commentator / Federal Tax practitioner & advocate / Fox News Contributor, on Pawlenty's stimulus plan for millionaires If you liked this clip of The Thom Hartmann Program, please do us a big favor and share it with your friends... and hit that "like" button! http://www.thomhartmann.com Follow Us on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/thom_hartmann Subscribe to The Thom Hartmann Program for more: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=thomhartmann
President Bush announces what he considers his economic stimulus plan
1. US President George W. Bush walking into Roosevelt Room 2. SOUNDBITE: (English) George W. Bush, U.S. President: "After careful consideration, and after discussions with members of Congress, I have concluded that additional action is needed. To keep our economy growing and creating jobs, Congress and the administration need to work to enact an economic growth package as soon as possible." 3. Bush speaking 4. SOUNDBITE: (English) George W. Bush, U.S. President: "This growth package must be big enough to make a difference in an economy as large and dynamic as ours - which means it should be about 1 percent of GDP (gross domestic product). This growth package must be built on broad-based tax relief that will directly affect economic growth - and not the kind of spending projects that would have little immediate impact on our economy. This growth package must be temporary and take effect right away." 5. Wide of Bush speaking 6. SOUNDBITE: (English) George W. Bush, U.S. President: "To be effective, a growth package must also include direct and rapid income tax relief for the American people. Americans could use this money as they see fit - to help meet their monthly bills, cover higher costs at the gas pump, or pay for other basic necessities. Letting Americans keep more of their own money should increase consumer spending, and lift our economy at a time when people otherwise might spend less." 7. Zoom in on Bush speaking 8. SOUNDBITE: (English) George W. Bush, U.S. President: "By passing an effective growth package quickly, we can provide a "shot in the arm" to keep a fundamentally strong economy healthy. And it will help keep economic sectors that are going through adjustments, such as the housing market, from adversely affecting other parts of our economy." 9. Wide of Bush and officials leaving room STORYLINE: US President George W. Bush, acknowledging the risk of recession, embraced about 145 (b) billion US dollars worth of tax relief on Friday to give the US economy a boost. Bush said such a growth package must also include tax incentives for business investment and quick tax relief for individuals. He outlined several criteria for the package to meet. Bush said that to be effective, "This growth package must be big enough to make a difference in an economy as large and dynamic as ours - which means it should be about 1 percent of GDP (gross domestic product)" - the value of all US goods and services and the best measure of the US' economic standing. "This growth package must be built on broad-based tax relief that will directly affect economic growth - and not the kind of spending projects that would have little immediate impact on our economy," Bush said. "This growth package must be temporary and take effect right away." The president and Congress are scrambling to take action as fears mount that a severe housing slump and painful credit crisis could cause people to close their wallets and businesses to put a lid on hiring, throwing the world's largest economy into its first recession since 2001. The state of the economy has become a major topic in the US presidential campaign, replacing the Iraq war. Bush said that Congress and the administration need to settle on a temporary economic package that could be implemented quickly to "keep our economy growing and create jobs." "Letting Americans keep more of their money should increase consumer spending," he said. Specifically, he called for tax incentives for businesses, including small companies, to make new and major investments this year. He also called for tax relief for individuals - probably to come in the form of one-time rebates. Nor did Bush detail how the US would pay for such a plan. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/b353ba132391c19a0ab60edfeffb88ec Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Anthony Perrelli and WGN News Discuss the Federal Stimulus Package Tax Blunder
A Treasury report released in November states that more than 15 million taxpayers who received stimulus money may owe some of it back to the IRS this year. WGN interviewed Anthony Perrelli about the issue in a live news segment November 17, 2009. Perrelli states that the people most affected are: 1. People with two or more jobs 2. Married couples in which both people earn a living 3. Students who work and are also dependents 4. Retirees receiving both social security and taxable income If you fall into one of these categories, visit www.irs.gov to recalcuate your tax withholdings. Visit www.cutyourtax.com for more tax planning information.
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$1.14 Million wasted tax dollars by stimulus plan
Wasted Federal stimulus money
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How to gain from the stimulus package
USA TODAY personal finance reporter Sandra Block answers common questions about the tax relief offered in the recently passed stimulus package. For more tax tips, go to usatoday.com/money
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IRS Paid Out $5.6 Billion in Bogus Tax Credits under Obama Stimulus plan
The IRS issued $5.6 billion in potentially bogus education tax credits in a single year -- more than a quarter of all education credits claimed by taxpayers, a government watchdog said Tuesday. A new report by the agency's inspector general says the credits were issued to more than 3.6 million taxpayers in 2012. Most of the credits went to students even though the IRS never received a tuition statement from the school. Some students attended schools that weren't eligible for federal funding while others didn't take enough classes to qualify for the tax break. "The IRS still does not have effective processes to identify erroneous claims for education credits," said J. Russell George, Treasury inspector general for tax administration. George said the IRS has taken some steps to better police the credits, but has not addressed all the deficiencies that George's office identified in a 2011 report. In that report, the inspector general said the IRS issued $3.2 billion in potentially bogus education tax credits in 2010. "As a result, taxpayers continue to receive billions of dollars in potentially erroneous education credits," George said. The IRS said stepped up enforcement was largely responsible for a steep drop in credits issued in 2012. The amount of education credits issued dropped from $23.6 billion in 2011 to $19.1 billion in 2012. The IRS said Congress could help by simplifying the education tax credits and by giving the IRS more tools to validate student eligibility. Congress could also help by restoring budget cuts, the agency said. "Since 2010, the IRS budget has been reduced by nearly $1.2 billion and we expect to have 16,000 fewer employees by the end of this fiscal year," said the IRS statement. "We simply do not have enough resources to audit every questionable credit." "It's also important to note the IRS believes the dollar estimates in this report are overstated, and the methodology could be more accurate," the statement said. "Regardless of this, the IRS believes more can be done in this area and will continue working with Congress and (the IG) to make improvements." There are two main education tax credits. The American Opportunity Tax Credit offers up to $2,500 a year to help pay for tuition and other expenses. Students must be in a program that leads to a degree. Students can claim this credit for up to four years. The Lifetime Learning Credit pays 20 percent of tuition and other education expenses, up to a maximum of $2,000. There is no limit on the number years this credit can be taken and students don't have to pursue a degree. Both credits are available only to students attending schools that are eligible to receive federal student aid. "THIS VIDEO IS FAIR USE UNDER U.S. COPYRIGHT LAW BECAUSE IT IS (1) NON-COMMERCIAL, (2) TRANSFORMATIVE IN NATURE, (3) USES NO MORE OF THE ORIGINAL WORK THAN NECESSARY FOR THE VIDEO'S PURPOSE, AND (4) DOES NOT COMPETE WITH THE ORIGINAL WORK AND COULD HAVE NO NEGATIVE AFFECT ON ITS MARKET."
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The Truth Behind the Trillion-Dollar Stimulus, the Biggest Economic Recovery Plan in History (2012)
The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA) (Pub.L. 111--5), commonly referred to as the Stimulus or The Recovery Act, was an economic stimulus package enacted by the 111th United States Congress in February 2009 and signed into law on February 17, 2009, by President Barack Obama. To respond to the Great Recession, the primary objective for ARRA was to save and create jobs almost immediately. Secondary objectives were to provide temporary relief programs for those most impacted by the recession and invest in infrastructure, education, health, and renewable energy. The approximate cost of the economic stimulus package was estimated to be $787 billion at the time of passage, later revised to $831 billion between 2009 and 2019.[1] The Act included direct spending in infrastructure, education, health, and energy, federal tax incentives, and expansion of unemployment benefits and other social welfare provisions. The rationale for ARRA was from Keynesian macroeconomic theory, which argues that, during recessions, the government should offset the decrease in private spending with an increase in public spending in order to save jobs and stop further economic deterioration. Shortly after the law was passed, however, Keynesian economist and Nobel laureate Paul Krugman while supportive of the law, criticized the law for being too weak because it did not "even cover one third of the (spending) gap". Economists such as Martin Feldstein, Daron Acemoğlu, National Economic Council director Larry Summers, and Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences winners Joseph Stiglitz[54] and Paul Krugman[55] favored large economic stimulus to counter the economic downturn. While in favor of a stimulus package, Feldstein expressed concern over the act as written, saying it needed revision to address consumer spending and unemployment more directly.[56] Just after the bill was enacted, Krugman wrote that the stimulus was too small to deal with the problem, adding, "And it's widely believed that political considerations led to a plan that was weaker and contains more tax cuts than it should have — that Mr. Obama compromised in advance in the hope of gaining broad bipartisan support."[57] Conservative economist John Lott was more critical of the government spending.[58] On January 28, 2009, a full-page advertisement with the names of approximately 200 economists who were against Obama's plan appeared in The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal. The economists denied the quoted statement by President Obama that there was "no disagreement that we need action by our government, a recovery plan that will help to jumpstart the economy". Instead, the signers believed that "to improve the economy, policymakers should focus on reforms that remove impediments to work, saving, investment and production. Lower tax rates and a reduction in the burden of government are the best ways of using fiscal policy to boost growth."[59] The funding for this advertisement came from the Cato Institute.[60] On February 8, 2009, a letter to Congress signed by about 200 economists in favor of the stimulus, written by the Center for American Progress Action Fund, said that Obama's plan "proposes important investments that can start to overcome the nation's damaging loss of jobs", and would "put the United States back onto a sustainable long-term-growth path".[61] This letter was signed by Nobel Memorial laureates Kenneth Arrow, Lawrence R. Klein, Eric Maskin, Daniel McFadden, Paul Samuelson and Robert Solow. The New York Times published projections from IHS Global Insight, Moody's.com, Economy.com and Macroeconomic Advisers that indicated that the economy may have been worse without the ARRA. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stimulus_Bill_of_2009 Image by Jürgen from Sandesneben, Germany (Flickr) [CC-BY-2.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0)], via Wikimedia Commons
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Obama Stimulus Plan
Obama Stimulus Plan
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L.A. County Already Benefitting from Federal Stimulus Plan
L.A. County is already benefitting from some $20 billion in federal stimulus money. And the L.A. County Department of Public Works is holding workshops in Exposition Park and other locations to help businesses bid on projects. March 19, 2009.
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economic stimulus plan
The $787 billion package of the economic stimulus plan. This economic recovery plan includes significant spending provisions, as well as tax relief for some businesses and the middle and working class and State and local fiscal relief. President-elect Barack Obama hopes to save or create more than 3.5 million jobs over the next two years, ignite spending by business and consumers alike and to find the path to new economic growth and prosperity. This 3D animation details the $787 billion package. It is available at mleconte@stockaninews.com www.stockaninews.com
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We The People Stimulus Package CNBC  Rick  Santelli  AIG  bailout   bonus  tax  taxpayer
http://getyourticket.sps1stop.com - We The People Stimulus Package
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Jake Towne for US Congress - The Story of Spending
From Youtube user http://www.youtube.com/user/bankruptingpa this movie covers the story of government spending going wild. Our candidate, Jake Towne, who is running as an independent private citizen in PA-15 has very strong, constitutionally-based views on slashing government spending and the income taxes and the hidden tax of monetary inflation by the Federal Reserve. Here are a few links to his writings. January 2009 article on the Obama Stimulus Plan http://www.campaignforliberty.com/article.php?view=3 Income Tax Plank http://towneforcongress.com/platform-issues/income-tax Bailouts and Corporatism Plank http://towneforcongress.com/platform-issues/bailouts-and-corporatism Federal Reserve Plank http://towneforcongress.com/platform-issues/federal-reserve Video not created by the campaign just shared. To see what the stimulus has done for the Lehigh Valley, http://towneforcongress.com/economy/press-release-congressional-candidate-jake-towne-stimulus-plan-ineffective-in-the-lehigh-valley
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IRS announced tax rebate calendar
One attempt to get the economy back on track is the economic stimulus plan
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Obama's Stimulus Plan (Where Our Tax Money Went)
It is the worst economic crisis since the Great Depression. That's what we were told anyway. So extreme measures must be taken, and it's up to the president to get us out of this mess. How? Watch and see. Created and edited by GRANAMEDIA A/Video Productions, www.whatnots.cc
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An Alternative to Obama's Economic Stimulus Plan
Bill Beach, director of Heritage's Center for Data Analysis, explains that aggressive tax relief would create or protect 3 million jobs between 2009-2011.
Those Federal Stimulus Checks
What will Americans do with their tax rebate checks, and will it give the economy a much needed boost? We hit the mall to see if shoppers are buying or just browsing.
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Obama on economic crisis, stimulus package in weekly address
(7 Feb 2009) SHOTLIST 1. GRAPHIC: (English) "Your weekly address - February 7, 2009 2. SOUNDBITE: (English) Barack Obama, US President: 3. GRAPHIC: (English) "www.whitehouse.gov" STORYLINE: With the Senate moving toward a tenuous compromise on the White House's economic stimulus plan, President Barack Obama hammered at the urgent need to pass a bill that will jump-start the struggling economy and put people back to work. "Americans across this country are struggling, and they are watching to see if we're equal to the task before us. Let's show them that we are. And let's do whatever it takes to keep the promise of America alive in our time," Obama said Saturday in his weekly radio and Internet address. Obama made an aggressive push for House and Senate lawmakers to work quickly to resolve their differences in an economic bill whose pricetag has swung from 720 (b) billion upward toward a (tr) trillion dollars. The new president had hoped to sign economic legislation on his first day in office, but instead has spent his first three weeks in office wrangling with a reluctant Congress, including fellow Democrats, to heed his leadership. He started his address by making reference to the loss of on estimated 3.6 (m) million jobs since the beginning of the recession but quickly spoke about the legislative victory he scored on Friday when Senate Democrats reached agreement with a small group of Republicans on an economic stimulus package. "Democrats and Republicans came together in the Senate and responded appropriately to the urgency this moment demands," said Obama. "The scale and scope of this plan is right. And the time for action is now." Democratic leaders expressed confidence the concessions they had made to Republicans and moderate Democrats to trim the measure had cleared the way for its passage. No final vote was expected before Monday. Officials put the cost of the stimulus bill at 827 (b) billion US dollars, including Obama's signature tax cut of up to one-thousand US dollars for working couples, even if they earn too little to pay income taxes. Also included are breaks for homebuyers and people buying new cars. Much of the new spending would be for victims of the recession, in the form of unemployment compensation, health care and food stamps. The agreement announced on Friday night capped a tense day of backroom negotiations in which Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, joined by White House chief of staff Rahm Emanuel, sought to attract the support of enough Republicans to pass the measure. Democrats hold a 58-41 majority in the Senate, including two independents, but it takes 60 votes to pass the bill because it would raise the federal deficit. Earlier in the week Obama had ratcheted up the pressure on lawmakers as a new jobs report posted the worst results in a generation, 598-thousand positions lost in January and the US unemployment rate rising to 7.6 percent - the highest since September 1992. While the Democrats' majority in the House of Representatives allowed them to pass their 819 (b) billion US dollars version of the stimulus package even though they won no Republican support, Senate passage had proved far more difficult. If the plan passes in the Senate, both versions would have to be reconciled and more changes could still come. Obama and his advisers have grown more assertive in recent days, reminding Democrats that voters gave them the White House, the House and the Senate to bring change, not partisan gamesmanship. "That was, after all, what last November's election was all about." Republicans characterised Obama's rhetoric as arrogant. They have pushed for the bill to include more tax cuts and less spending. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/35408e9eacf4e4f2a0d33edef84cdd1d Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Stimulus Impact in Vermont
Sen. Sanders issued a report on the impact of the stimulus package on Vermont finding it had cut federal taxes for nearly every Vermonter and helped save or create 7,000 jobs.
Donald Trump Tax Plan - President Elect Donald Trump Personal Income Stimulus Plan!
Donald Trump Tax Plan - President Elect Donald Trump Personal Income Stimulus Plan! http://trkur2.com/52807/31636 Speaking at an exclusive press conference today, Mrs. Clinton dropped a bombshell that has the Trump Presidential transition team scrambling. "It's no secret that the Average American is earning less today than they were before the 2008 recession." Stated Mrs. Clinton. "The reason is simple. There are people who know how to make money very easily, and they've rigged the system for themselves without sharing their secrets with people who really need it." Donald Trump Tax Plan - President Elect Donald Trump Personal Income Stimulus Plan! "It's time that people realized the amazing potential the American people have to create income for themselves and their families. The truth is, the average American can double or even triple their income today without making any changes to their current lifestyle." Mrs. Clinton went on. http://trkur2.com/52807/31636 Donald Trump Tax Plan - President Elect Donald Trump Personal Income Stimulus Plan! "We've seen the power of the internet to spread false narratives and distort elections. The truth is, the billionaire class in this country and around the world have created a system on the internet that makes generating massive amounts of income very easy." http://trkur2.com/52807/31636 Donald Trump Tax Plan - President Elect Donald Trump Personal Income Stimulus Plan! "Finally, a program exists that allows average, every day people, working class people, to take advantage of that same system. Working class people can finally fight back against the billionaire class in this country and make real, life-changing incomes for themselves." http://trkur2.com/52807/31636 Related Hashtags: #donaldtrump #donaldtrumpmemes #donaldtrump2016 #donaldtrumph #donaldtrumpwealth #donaldtrumpsucks #donaldtrumpshit #donaldtrumphair #donaldtrumpisanidiot #donaldtrumpshair #donaldtrumpisajoke #donaldtrumps #donaldtrumppiñata #donaldtrumph #donaldtrumpjr #donaldtrump_arts #donaldtrumpforpresident #donaldtrumpmeme #donaldtrumpjokes #donaldtrumpwantstobanghisdaughter #donaldtrump2k16 #donaldtrumpface #donaldtrumpwins #donaldtrumprally #donaldtrumpisgay #donaldtrumpiscool #donaldtrump2017 #donaldtrumpet #donaldtrump2020 #donaldtrumpprotest #donaldtrumptreason https://youtu.be/IpaaRFZljfk
Tax Grants Stimulus Plan - Get Your Free Government Grant
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Bush Tax Rebate Stimulus Package won't amount to JACK unless
http://www.revolutionprofits.com/ Bush Tax Rebate Stimulus Package won't amount to JACK unless we INVEST it into growing OURSELVES and an ASSET that will create MORE INCOME for us... When you bank it, it won't be worth as much next year because of inflation. If you pay off debt and credit cards, you're just throwing it in the toilet. If you use it to create an ASSET that will pay you heavy dividends... when you use your $600 or $1200 to invest in yourself and your own business, you can create an income stream of more than DOUBLE that per month in as little as 1-2 months... REALISTICALLY... find out for free at: http://www.revolutionprofits.com/ ** George Bush Tax Rebate Stimulus Package, George Bush Tax Rebate Stimulus Package, George Bush Tax Rebate Stimulus Package, George Bush Tax Rebate Stimulus Package, George Bush Tax Rebate Stimulus Package, George Bush Tax Rebate Stimulus Package,
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Stimulus Plan: $15,000 Housing Credit
Bob O'Brien outlines the stimulus plan bill in Congress.
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Ron Paul: Obama Stimulus Package Will Turn Recession Into Depression
The Congressman also appeared on MSNBC this morning to discuss the same issue. One commentator suggested that Paul's analysis was misguided because "The house is already on fire" and something must be done to put it out. "You are correct, the house is on fire," Paul fired back, "and you think you're putting water on it, but I think you are pouring kerosene on it." he added. "We got into this mess by spending too much, borrowing too much and inflating too much. Government was too big and we had too many regulations. We had rejected the market economy for decades, we have rejected the notion of sound money for decades, and we got into a mess this way. So what is the proposal? Spend more money, borrow more money, print more money, regulate more, it makes no sense whatsoever." Paul asserted. The Congressman suggested that a more sound approach to the crisis would be to abolish income tax and business tax to get Americans spending, whilst simultaneously cutting overseas spending to cover revenue losses. "But the problem is no one wants to cut the American Empire," Paul explained. "Even Obama's administration wants to increase spending overseas and increase military spending. As long as you want to run the world empire at a trillion dollars a year, believe me you cannot solve this problem." he added.
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The House plans to vote this afternoon on an economic stimulus plan that was worked out between the
HEADLINE: House passes economic recovery package --------------------------------------- CAPTION: The House, seizing a rare moment of bipartisanship to respond to the U.S. economy's slump, overwhelmingly passed a $146 billion aid package Tuesday that would speed rebates of $600-$1,200 to most taxpayers. (Jan. 29) ---------------------------------------- [Notes:ANCHOR VOICE] ((Video: pix of dollar bills on printing press)) Hundreds of dollars in rebate checks are a step closer ((Video: any pix we have of just plain folks)) to the pockets of average americans. Video: wide shot of House Track: The House easily approved Video: video of vote on screen (circa 3:15 ish) Track: a massive economic stimulus package by a vote of 385 to 35: Congresswoman Carolyn Maloney, D-NY 2:10 p.m. ''More than 100 million families squeezed by the high cost of basis living expenses will get a meaningful tax rebate--and it is targeted toward those most in need.'' :11 Video: video of people shopping Track: but it'll be months before consumers can use the money. Video: backtime Sensenbrenner 12:59 p.m. Track: one republican says there a quicker way to get it to them: SOT: Congressman James Sensenbrenner, R-Wisc. 12:59 p.m. ''congress can give the economy the immediate shot in the arm it needs by eliminating federal withholding tax for a month or two. that would give wage earners a boost in their take home pay next month.'' Video: pix of bush Track: During a meeting with Budget Director Jim Nussle, President Bush praised the House while warning the senate: SOT: President Bush from foto op 3:38 p.m. ''The temptation is going to be for the senate to load it up. My concern is that we need to get this bill out of the Senate and on my desk so the checks can get in the hands of our consumers.'' Video: pix of senate/maybe of reid from luncheon stakeout/maybe dodd from sen floor at 11:16// Track: But senators have their own ideas. Video: people getting jobless benefits Track: There's bipartisan support to expand the stimulus package include an extension of jobless benefits Video: any pix of seniors Track: as well as rebate checks for roughly 20 million seniors whose only income is social security. Video: pix of homes for sale--any being foreclosed on. Track: the congressional action comes as a new report says umber of homes that slipped into foreclosure last year was up 80 percent from a year earlier. standup close With rebate checks for millions of Americans hanging in the balance, senate majority leader Reid is looking to move quickly on the expanded measure--with the senate beginning consideration of it Wednesday night. but its possible that given the president's warning not to tinker with the measure-- senate republicans could block this alternative from even coming before the full senate. jb the ap capitol hill You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/07b409d87d574efc912e735ddd7fa3f8 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Tax time and the stimulus package, Henry Review, budget et al
Phil Grant, Managing Partner at full service Melbourne accounting firm, Nexia ASR explains his take on the effect of the stimulas package on business tax returns, plus also wraps up on the Henry Review, 2010 Federal Budget and the Cooper Review.
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The Fraud of the "Stimulus Tax Rebate"
You'll learn a lot about government spending from this interview with Kristina Rasmussen, Director of Government Affairs with the National Taxpayers Union. http://www.ntu.org This program discusses the Bush $150 billion "Stimulus tax rebate" which as host Howard Phillips pointed out, "On this issue, at least, George Bush has trumped George McGovern, and he is a McGovernite." Viewers may remember former Senator McGovern's (D-SD) disastrous pledge to give every American $1,000 during his 1972 race for the White House. Rob Peter to pay Paul. The only money the government has is what it took from you in taxes (or printed or borrowed from China). Various commentators have stated this is actually a stimulus for Communist China, which lends the money (buying US government bonds) which will be used by many recipients to buy Chinese goods. Kristina Rasmussen also discusses two new government websites which give some transparency to government spending: http://www.ExpectMore.gov which rates the effectiveness of government programs and agencies. She emphasizes that many of these agencies and programs are unconstitutional or should not exist, but at least there is some degree of accountability now. The other website is: http://www.USASpending.gov which lists all government grants and spending of $25,000 and more. The program also focuses on Saul Alinsky and his book "Rules for Radicals" which advocates using taxpayer funds for political activism. Both Hillary Rodham Clinton and Barrack Hussein Obama studied Alinksy's methods--search for "Saul Alinsky" and Clinton or Obama for the details. This is an edition of Conservative Roundtable, the nationally broadcast conservative television program hosted by Howard Phillips, and produced by The Conservative Caucus. Please visit our websites: http://www.ConservativeUSA.org http://www.HowardPhillips.com and http://www.NAUWarRoom.org Subscribe and share!!
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Economic Stimulus
Economic Stimulus | Economic Stimulus Act of 2008 http://economicstimulus.org/economic-stimulus-act-of-2008/ One of the main responses to the financial collapse and Great Recession of 2008 was the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA), better known as President Obama's stimulus plan. The debate over the law was quite contentious as Republicans, still stung by their defeat during the 2008 election used the new spending in the stimulus law to rally their conservative base. With Democrats in control of the White House and both houses of Congress the Republican opposition was no obstacle so on February 17, 2009, President Obama signed the legislation making it the first major legislation of his administration. Almost immediately the stimulus law became a political lightening rod and both parties developed their positions as far as the stimulus was concerned. Democrats played up the fact that the ARRA was passed to jump start the economy and create jobs and Republicans positioned themselves against the $800 billion added to the national debt and used the stimulus as a rallying cry headed into the 2012 midterms. The primary objective of the ARRA was to save and create jobs immediately at a time when the US economy was losing over 700,000 jobs per month. A secondary goal was to invest in programs that had gone unfunded like infrastructure, green energy, health and education. Specifically, the Act included increased spending for infrastructure projects, education, health, and energy. It also included federal tax incentives, an expansion of unemployment benefits and other social welfare programs. Since we are talking about Congress the Act also included many spending programs that were more long term and had very little to do with immediate jobs growth. The ARRA was based on the Keynesian economic principles that most Democrats subscribe to. This economic philosophy says that in times of recession or other economic peril it is the governments job to spend money to make up for the lack of spending in the private sector. When the government does this the increased federal spending keeps the economy going until the private sector can get back on its feet. The philosophy even goes as far as saying that the government should make work with the famous story that the government should hire workers to dig a hole and then hire them to fill it up again just to generate economic activity. Some very liberal economists actually complained that the Act was not Keynesian enough and didn't spend enough money to make a difference. When the bill passed Congress and was signed by the President it immediately went into effect. The cost of the Act included both new spending and the cost of tax cuts and breaks. On the spending side, the Act cost roughly $550 billion with most of the money going to new infrastructure (what President Obama called "shovel-ready" jobs), aid to low income individuals and the unemployed. Education spending including the No Child Left Behind program, energy incentives like subsidizes for homeowners who weatherized their homes and healthcare, especially an infusion of money into the COBRA program for unemployed Americans. On the tax side there were numerous new tax credits, a $250 payout to Social Security recipients, expanded earned income tax credits, college tuitions credits, homebuyer credits, home energy credits and expanded child credits. The total cost of the tax adjustments was roughly $250 billion. The long term impact of the stimulus is hard to determine. The President argues it saved the country from another Great Depression while Republicans argue it added almost a trillion dollars to the deficit and unemployment still hovers near 8% meaning that if the main goal of the stimulus was to save and create jobs it was a failure. Politically both sides continue to use the stimulus against each other and the fact that it's impact is hard to determine means that both sides have an argument to make. Economic Stimulus | Economic Stimulus Act of 2008 http://economicstimulus.org/economic-stimulus-act-of-2008/ http://youtu.be/W6dnyMAn1EU
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Bush's Economic Stimulus Plan
Bush's Economic Stimulus Plan
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2009 Economic Stimulus Check, Stimulus Package 2009
2009 Economic Stimulus Check, Stimulus Package 2009 http://www.harborfinancialonline.com Information you might need about the 2008 Economic Stimulus Package. 2009 Economic Stimulus Check, Stimulus Package 2009
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Economic Stimulus Package Explained
Congressional leaders and President George W. Bush are talking about what tax breaks and other measures should be contained in an economic stimulus package.
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Economic Stimulus Package is a Bad Idea
Watch more at http://www.theyoungturks.com
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Obama Stimulus Plan Faces Changes in Senate
A top Republican called for more mortgage relief and additional tax cuts in President Barack Obama's massive economic stimulus package as Democrats conceded privately they will drop items that have drawn bipartisan criticism. (Feb. 2)
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We The People Stimulus Package!!
This Video is outstanding!..Every idea layed out here is excellent!..This vid should be watched by all true tax paying Americans!..We need to take our country back!!!
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Trumps stimulus package is brilliant
A real stimulus package would jumpstart the Boom coming towards us. Putting America to work, works.
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Ron Paul: Suspend The Income Tax For 3-4 Years! (CNBC 1/2)
http://www.RonPaul.com In his appearance on CNBC's Squawk Box this morning, Ron Paul talked briefly about his CPAC Presidential Straw Poll victory, his intentions for 2012, and his growing support among young people. The Congressman offered an affordable alternative to the government's wasteful bailouts and stimulus plans: simply suspend the income tax for 3 or 4 years and let the people decide how the money is spent. He explained that monetary policy and foreign policy can't be separated because the Federal Reserve is the chief enabler of foreign adventures and aggressive wars. (Foreign policy discussion continues in Part 2) For more information visit the following sites: http://www.RonPaul.com http://www.CampaignForLiberty.com http://www.house.gov/paul http://www.DailyPaul.com http://www.RonPaulForums.com
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Romney proposed an economic stimulus package in 2008
January 21, 2008 - Mitt Romney's plan included two provisions that the 2012 Romney would not support. 1) It would have allowed the FHA to guarantee more loans so that more people could avoid foreclosure. 2) It would have lowered the 10% income tax rate to 7.5% and made it retroactive to 2007 so that everyone who paid taxes would get a refund averaging $400.
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ReasonTV Stimulus Plan
Nick Gillespie offers his opinion on the stimulus plan.
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Ron Paul On The Stimulus Plan
Ron Paul On The Stimulus Plan. Ron Paul With Dick Armey talk about spending in congress and Obama and his stimulus package.
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Did the Economic Stimulus Create Jobs? The United States Economy and Employment (2008)
The Economic Stimulus Act of 2008 (Pub.L. 110--185, 122 Stat. 613, enacted February 13, 2008) was an Act of Congress providing for several kinds of economic stimuli intended to boost the United States economy in 2008 and to avert a recession, or ameliorate economic conditions. The stimulus package was passed by the U.S. House of Representatives on January 29, 2008, and in a slightly different version by the U.S. Senate on February 7, 2008. The Senate version was then approved in the House the same day. It was signed into law on February 13, 2008 by President Bush with the support of both Democratic and Republican lawmakers. The law provides for tax rebates to low- and middle-income U.S. taxpayers, tax incentives to stimulate business investment, and an increase in the limits imposed on mortgages eligible for purchase by government-sponsored enterprises (e.g., Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac). The total cost of this bill was projected at $152 billion for 2008. As 2008 began, economic indicators suggested an increased risk of recession. Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke testified before Congress that quick action was needed to stimulate the economy through targeted government spending and tax incentives.[10] Congress moved rapidly to pass such legislation. The legislation was designed to stimulate spending by businesses and consumers during 2008. The hope was that the targeted individual tax rebates would boost consumer spending and that targeted tax incentives would boost business spending. Lawmakers raised the limits on conforming mortgages eligible for government insurance and GSE purchase in response to the subprime mortgage crisis. This crisis had resulted in a widespread credit crunch by late 2007. The credit crunch led to a reluctance by lenders to issue so-called jumbo mortgages for the purchase of houses that exceeded the FHA and GSE limits. The United States housing bubble had pushed house prices above those limits in many areas of the country. As interest rates rose for jumbo mortgages, fewer buyers could afford them, and house prices were being forced down toward the limits for conforming mortgages. By raising those limits, lawmakers hoped to slow or halt the decline in house prices, which threatened the financial well-being of homeowners, banks and other financial entities holding jumbo mortgages. The FHA loan limits also went up with the stimulus package on March 6. The loan limit package is called "FHA Forward." One study compared the spending patterns of households that received their stimulus payments early on with the spending of patterns of households who had not yet received their payments. The researchers found that the stimulus checks increased spending for the typical family by 3.5% when the rebate arrived, boosting overall nondurable consumption by 2.4% in the second quarter of 2008.[12] The study concludes that the rebate payments for U.S. households were an effective stimulus method by increasing disposable income despite the predictions of certain economic theories such as the permanent income hypothesis. Taxpayers who filed their returns jointly are not eligible for payment if any of the persons on the tax return filed with an Individual Taxpayer Identification Number (ITIN) instead of a social security number.[4] For example, if a family of five had one parent with an ITIN, no money is payable to any member of the family, including US citizens with valid social security numbers.[14] The rule was added after the Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR) lobbied the Senate for the change.[15] The amendment was proposed by Senator John Ensign of Nevada.[16] As a result, many legal resident aliens and overseas military families did not receive any payment. US citizens who did not receive payments included those who filed a joint tax return for 2007 and included an individual taxpayer identification number, or ITIN, on the document. In this case the entire family was ineligible for the economic stimulus rebate President Bush announced in 2008.[17] At least one million legal residents and tens of thousands of troops were affected by the law, which was designed to keep illegal immigrants from getting stimulus checks. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Economic_Stimulus_Act_of_2008
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Unemployed? What's in the Obama Stimulus Package for You
We breakdown the economic stimulus package in detail to find out exactly who gets what. Here's how the government stimulus package benefits the unemployed.
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Economic Stimulus - How Does It Affect Your Paycheck?
You may need to adjust your tax withholding to ensure you don't owe tax to the IRS this year. Watch to learn how President Obama's Economic Stimulus plan will affect your paycheck
How to Legally Not Pay Taxes by Tom Wheelwright
Tom Wheelwright, CPA and Rich Dad Advisor to Robert Kiyosaki, discusses how it's possible to legally not pay taxes and still be very wealthy. He discusses how to take advantage of the tax laws in order to keep more of your money where it belongs - in your pocket! Learn more here: https://ct220.infusionsoft.com/app/storeFront/showProductDetail?productId=71 Tom Wheelwright covers the specifics of how to achieve tax savings every day of your life using a few simple real life ideas. Wouldn’t it be great to not only learn how to pay less tax but while you are at it, learn how to reduce your chances of an IRS or CRA audit? Most importantly, learn why the tax law is simply a series of stimulus packages for business owners and investors. Learn the specifics of implementing this in the upcoming Tax and Asset Protection Class. Sign up for the in-person 3-day seminar on Oct. 19-21, 2018 in Tempe, Arizona. Sign up here: https://ct220.infusionsoft.com/app/storeFront/showProductDetail?productId=71 Connect with Tom Wheelwright YouTube https://www.youtube.com/user/tomwheelwrightcpa Facebook https://www.facebook.com/Tom.Wheelwright.CPA/ Twitter https://twitter.com/tom_wheelwright
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Federal Spending
In 2015, the budget for the federal government was $3.8 trillion dollars. Federal spending is divided into three groups: discretionary spending, mandatory spending, and interest on debt. Discretionary spending is the portion of the budget that Congress decides on each year. In 2015 Congress assigned $1.1 trillion in discretionary spending. More than half of that discretionary spending is allocated to the Military. Mandatory spending is spending that is outside the annual appropriations process. Social Security and Medicare account for over 85 percent of mandatory spending. Many mandatory programs are determined by eligibility rules. For example, Congress does not decide how much money it will spend on Social Security each year. Instead it sets standards for determining who is eligible to receive benefits from the program, and benefit levels for people who are eligible. There is another type of federal spending that operates a little differently. These are called tax breaks or“tax expenditures” that Congress writes into the federal tax code. Congress gives certain tax breaks so it can promote specific activities they deem beneficial to society. Tax breaks are expected to cost the federal government $1.2 trillion in 2015, which is more than all discretionary spending in the same year. So the next time you hear about how much money our government spends, remember our money goes into different government pockets, some are deeper and more important than others. Learn more: https://www.informationstation.org/
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JLF's Roy Cordato assesses the impact of the federal stimulus plan on N.C. unemployment
Dr. Roy Cordato, John Locke Foundation vice president for research and resident scholar, discusses the failure of the Obama administration's stimulus plan to help North Carolina's unemployment picture. The state rate for June 2009 was 11 percent. Learn more here: http://www.johnlocke.org/press_releases/display_story.html?id=491. Video courtesy of CarolinaJournal.tv.
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Milton Friedman - The Negative Income Tax
In this 1968 interview, Milton Friedman explained the negative income tax, a proposal that at minimum would save taxpayers the 72 percent of our current welfare budget spent on administration. http://www.LibertyPen.com Source: Firing Line with William F Buckley Jr. Buy It : http://www.amazon.com/Firing-Line-William-Buckley-Jr/dp/B004SQFQL0/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1336999966&sr=8-2
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Will Congress Roll Over On Trump's Economic Stimulus?
What happens when you combine tax cuts with massive increases in domestic and military spending? A debt tsunami. With the waters churning around Donald Trump's "guns and butter" approach, can Congress be counted on to step in and rein in spending?
Views: 5062 RonPaulLibertyReport
First Time Home Buyer Grant and Federal Stimulus $8000 Tax Credit Info
Here's a video regarding regarding first time home buyer grants in each State and the Federal stimulus program. http://www.buying-your-first-home.com. http://screenr.com/60S
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