February 22, 2012
There has been a lot of fighting about the possibility of raising taxes on the highest-earning Americans.
There has also been frustration about how much President Obama’s healthcare plan will eventually cost Americans, especially high-income Americans.
And there have been fisticuffs over the expiration of the “Bush tax cuts,” which have now been in force for so long that most people have forgotten what life was like before them (in part, a federal budget surplus).
Until recently, however, these concerns have seemed academic–something that might happen happen at some point in the distant future.
Well, that future is almost here.
Andrew H. Friedman of Eaton Vance recently summarized the tax changes that will take effect in 2013, about 10 months from now.
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- Romney Tax Reform Plan An Attempt To Regain Momentum (huffingtonpost.com)
- Fair Income Taxation, 1913-Style (libertymcg.com)
- Key Proposals in 2013 Budget (lawprofessors.typepad.com)
- Obama’s budget has some bold moves (csmonitor.com)
- We Can Find Better Ways To Tax The Rich Than ‘Buffett Rule’ Bill (forbes.com)
- Poll: Small Business Owners Say Big Businesses, Millionaires Not Paying Fair Share of Taxes (acpp.info)