If you make $75,000 a year or less, you’ll be taxed much higher by 2027

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If you make $75,000 a year or less, you’ll be taxed much higher by 2027


If you make $75,000 a year or less, you’ll be taxed much higher by 2027

Owing to the recent tax bill currently being supported by Senate Republicans, individuals earning less than $75,000 a year can expect to see higher taxes by 2027. Those earning less than $30,000 a year will see their taxes increase by 2021 if the bill is passed and enacted.

What’s more is that individuals earning over $100,000 a year would enjoy lower taxes in the years to follow. According to The Washington Post, these statistics come from a recent report released by Congress’s nonpartisan Joint Committee on Taxation (JCT).

The GOP’s bill will also remove the Obamacare provision that requires all Americans to buy health insurance. The Congressional Budget Office predicted this removal would lead to 13 million more Americans dropping their insurance due to higher premiums caused by the GOP bill.

Middle and lower-income families and individuals will be paying higher taxes by 2027 because individual tax cuts will go away by 2025. The GOP bill specifically states that business tax cuts will remain, but individual tax cuts will expire.

On Thursday, November 16th, the House Republicans voted on and passed their version of the tax reform bill. The Senate Republicans passed theirs through the Senate Finance Committee, and the full Senate will vote on the bill after they return from Thanksgiving break.

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PASSED → The Tax Cuts & Jobs Act. #1182more #taxreform https://t.co/fRg2HoyXPI

— House Republicans (@HouseGOP) November 16, 2017

The House bill is making an effort to simplify the tax process by hacking the existing seven tax brackets down to four. They also want to remove many of the existing credits and deductions, and replace them with a larger standard deduction.

House passes GOP tax reform bill on 227-205 vote. Bill gets no support from Democrats, and 13 Republicans vote against it.

— Karin Caifa (@karincaifaCNN) November 16, 2017

Some of the deductions that would disappear are medical expense deductions, tax credits for plug-in electric vehicles, tax benefits for college, and the deduction for theft.

BREAKING: Senate Finance Committee advances tax overhaul package, another step closer to delivering middle-class tax relief. #taxreform pic.twitter.com/RuFVdMpp3X

— GOP Senate Finance (@GOPSenFinance) November 17, 2017

If you don’t wish to see your taxes spike in the next ten years, call your senator now and ask them to vote no on the Senate Republican tax reform bill.

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