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Congress Targets Middle-Class Retirement Savings
« Reply #616 on: June 21, 2019, 12:24:45 pm »
DCReport.org is a really useful site to add to your news diet.

Congress Targets Middle-Class Retirement Savings

A Stealth Levy on IRAs and 401K Plans to Pay for Corporate and 1% Tax Cuts. Because the Waltons Just Don't Have Enough.


Congress Targets Middle-Class Retirement Savings
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If you thought it was a safe bet to put your money into retirement plans over the span of your career for estate planning, think again.

The government now wants to take a large cut via new stringent “death taxes” to make up for lost tax revenues thanks to Trump’s tax favors to the 1%.

Congress just passed the Setting Every Community Up for Retirement Act (SECURE Act) and the Senate has introduced a similar bill, the Retirement Enhancements and Savings Act of 2019(RESA)—both with bipartisan support. And there’s talk that Congress is eager to pass something, likely a compromise between the two bills, before going home and facing constituents over the summer.

The SECURE Act, which was introduced by Rep. Richard E. Neal (D-Mass.), has been billed as an “enhancement” for IRA and retirement plan owners—because it allows them to make significantly higher contributions to work retirement plans and eliminates the previous cutoff age of 70.5-years.

But what it really does, in a tidy little buried provision, is take aim at Middle Class America by increasing the income tax for non-spouse beneficiaries of anyone who held north of $400,000 in their IRA, Roth IRA or 401(K) plans by forcing them to cash out over a 10-year period with massive tax implications.

The existing law allows heirs of IRA owners to extend the taxable distributions of an inherited IRA over their lifetime, hence the name “stretch IRAs.” This bill, and the similar one the Senate is proposing, RESA—allows $400,000 of aggregated IRAs to stretch per beneficiary, but chops the cash-out period down to five years for the balance—will likely toll the death knell for stretch IRAs, making retirement and estate planning much more complex.

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Contact your representatives and senators and share your thoughts on this aggressive new taxation policy.

Educate yourself on this issue and your options. Lange Financial Group has excellent resources and is preparing a book on the effects of this new legislation, available this month.

What does that mean, exactly? Most likely, it affects heads of families who have socked away money over their lifetime to pass on inheritance to their families. But now, non-spouse beneficiaries of that financial prudence could face a double whammy of having their inheritance gouged by Uncle Sam and unwittingly getting launched into a much higher tax bracket. The proposed laws do not affect spousal beneficiaries or minor children named as beneficiaries, children with disabilities, etc.

Financial adviser James Lange

“The big difference for anyone who wanted favorable tax protection for their children all along, played by the rules, made sacrifices—the assumption is that late in the game, after you detrimentally relied on this, the government changes its mind and says we’ll tax the heck out of your kids when you die,” James Lange told DCReport. “The difference is instead of your kids having $2 million, your kids will be broke because the income tax acceleration reduces the IRA so much.”

Lange is an attorney and Certified Public Accountant with Pittsburgh-based Lange Financial Group, LLC. He has been sounding the alarm on this issue for years and refers to the SECURE Act as the “Extreme Death-Tax for IRA and Retirement Plan Owners Act.”

Lange considers the new bill “massively unfair,” noting how IRA and retirement-plan owners were encouraged to contribute the maximum for many years, thinking their children would get favorable tax treatment after they died. “The last major tax bill gave enormous tax breaks to the top .01%,” he said. “Then, to help pay for it, Congress is going after the children of middle-class IRA and retirement-plan owners who worked hard to provide a legacy for their family.”

The forced annual distribution of these savings and retirement plans by beneficiaries is the primary revenue vehicle of RESA. In fact, Senate Finance Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley, (R-Iowa), who proposed the bill, said on the Senate floor recently that the RESA bill “is paid for” by this provision.

Americans are already direly concerned about their retirements. Three-fourths of Americans say the nation faces a retirement crisis, according to a report by the National Institute on Retirement Security and Greenwald & Associates. The study, titled Retirement Insecurity 2019, also found that a majority of Americans believe they won’t be able to save enough on their own to achieve and sustain financial security in retirement. And, finally, more than 80% of Democrats, Republicans and Independents believe the government is out of touch and does not understand how difficult it is to prepare for retirement.


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DCReport.org is a really useful site to add to your news diet.


A 😈 Stealth Levy on IRAs and 401K Plans to Pay for Corporate and 1% Tax Cuts. Because the Waltons Just Don't Have Enough.

Excellent post! I will add that site to my favorites. Thank you.




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Re: Money
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Capitalism is Destroying the Earth
« Reply #619 on: June 22, 2019, 01:39:29 pm »

Capitalism came out of the closet it had hid in from 1945-1990. The U.S. Government nice-nice "championing" of "human rights", "unemployment insurance", "safe working conditions", "welfare", "democracy", "civil rights for minorites", "minimum wage", "the right to unionize", "protected employee pensions"  and so on were all part of a massive disingenuous campaign to counteract Russian dissemination of facts about our Capitalist OIL-igarchy's Cruelty. That guise was immediately, and joyfully , scrapped when the USSR came apart.

From then on, it has been a straight line back to the TOTALLY CAPITALIST = society destroying Robber Barron period of the late 19th to the early 20th century .

When Capitalism corrupts the whole economy, destruction is inevitable. We are almost there.




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Is U.S. Capitalism In Decline?
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The 4 Biggest Right Wing Lies About Inequality
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Re: Money
« Reply #623 on: July 10, 2019, 02:41:16 pm »

Wednesday July 10th 2019

How to Fix a Big Problem with the Trump -Radical 😈 Republican  Tax Law

Five Questions Congress Needs to Ask About the Impact of the Lopsided Rewrite of the Tax Code
By David Cay Johnston , DC Report Editor-in-Chief

The American people got a highly misleading June 24 report from Congressional staff about the effect of repealing Donald Trump’s 🦀 $10,000 limit on state and local tax deductions, known as SALT.

Millionaires and billionaires get most of the benefits if the limitation is repealed, the Congressional Joint Committee on Taxation reported.

Duh.

Our major news organizations promptly parroted the findings without digging deeper. And none thought to report on whether the tax committee staff had been asked the right or best question in preparing its analysis.

Fox Business called SALT limit repeal “a boon for the rich.” The Wall Street Journal focused on Democrats wanting to help the rich, a common Republican meme.

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Newsday, a Long Island daily, took a different tack, quoting the mayor of a small village saying “I’m a registered Republican. I actually voted for President Trump… This SALT cap limit is totally unfair to villages like mine and others throughout the country.”

The tax committee staff report showed that households reporting incomes of $1 million or more this year would get almost a third of the tax savings if the $10,000 limit is repealed.

That’s not surprising in a nation where some people earn multi-billion-dollar annual incomes and hundreds of people report making more than $100 million per year. Some very wealthy Americans pay millions of dollars in state and local income and property taxes, though many own land through corporations that are not affected by the SALT limit, which only applies to human beings.

People making such huge incomes don’t need any subsidy from taxpayers, even though our tax code is larded with favors for them, including the 5% cut in the top tax rate that the Trump/radical Republican tax law bestowed on them.

The tax committee analysis, released last week, was flawed in several ways. That’s no slight on the committee staff, who are serious experts on tax policy. The committee staff responds to questions from lawmakers and in this case, the questions asked were too narrow.

The tax committee staff was simply asked the wrong question. We think members of Congress should ask for a new study, asking the five questions below.

Few Taxpayers Taking Deductions
Any new report should also be based on the law before the Trump-Radical Republican tax law that took effect in 2018. That law reduced the share of taxpayers who itemize deductions from about one in three to one in 20.

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We call it the Trump-Radical Republican tax law because not one Democrat voted for this law, which showered most of its benefits on the rich and corporations. It was enacted without a single public hearing in the waning days when Republicans controlled both chambers of Congress.

Having only a tiny sliver of taxpayers being eligible to itemize deductions skewed the findings by the Joint Committee on Taxation staff.

Here are the five questions Congress should ask:

1. Who would benefit from the repeal of the SALT limit under the rules in effect prior to 2018, when more than 42 million taxpayers itemized deductions?

2. What happens if the SALT deduction maximum was set at higher levels? For example, what is the deduction was limited to $20,000 or $30,000 or $50,000?

3. What about denying SALT deductions to the half million or so taxpayers who report income of $1 million or more? $2 million or more?

4. How does the SALT limit affect charitable giving?

5. How does the SALT deduction limit interact with home mortgage interest deductions?


Most people with a first mortgage of less than $350,000 on their primary home probably cannot deduct their interest any longer, a sudden and abrupt change that may be shifting the burden of taxes down the income ladder. That’s because, under the Trump-Radical Republican tax law, a married couple’s first $24,000 of income is untaxed (half that for singles). Those with less than $14,000 of itemized deductions on top of SALT will not file itemized returns.

Pocket Change
Having $25,000 of deductions would only save $120 since just a grand would be deductible and the lowest tax rate is now 12%, up from 10% under the old law. Just the cost of having a tax return prepared, or the time needed to do it yourself, would make itemizing with $25,000 of deductions a waste of time. At $30,000 of deductions, the savings would be just $600.

But a couple with $25,000 of SALT and even modest mortgage balance, say $100,000 at 4%, would find itemizing worthwhile.

The charitable gift and mortgage deductions are about all that itemizers have left under the Trump/radical Republican tax law. But the overwhelming majority of taxpayers who itemized in 2017 no longer can. For many such taxpayers, their combined federal, state and local tax burden rose under a law that Trump and his cult-like followers in Congress proclaimed, falsely, was a tax cut for virtually all Americans.

Charitable giving declined slightly in 2018 when it’s safe to assume that most people who itemized deductions on earlier years did not understand that their charitable gifts would not be deductible.

As more people become aware that their future charitable gifts probably will not be tax deductible, we can expect a drop in such gifts from middle-class and upper-middle-class taxpayers, who are overwhelmingly workers or self-employed.

Sound estimates of the effect the new tax law has on giving by families making less than $1 million would be crucial to the health and welfare of America’s nonprofit sector.

Similarly, for homeowners who don’t make charitable gifts, mortgage interest on their principal residence is only deductible above the first $14,000 paid to their lender.

That’s because the SALT limit plus $14,000 of mortgage interest is $24,000, the threshold for taxing the income of a married couple.

Home Buyers Lose Out
This means married couples with a mortgage of less than $350,000 at 4% or less interest no longer get any tax deduction. That’s a lot of home buyers. The median home price in the United States is just $227,000, and median prices in 86 of the Top-100 metropolitan areas are below $350,000.

Eliminating the mortgage interest deduction may be good policy, especially since the deduction tends to be upside down, meaning higher income people benefit more than lower income homeowners. Switching to a tax credit for home buyers or just first-time home buyers may be smarter. But abruptly ending a tax deduction that has motivated many people to buy homes is troublesome in many ways, not the least that the way it was done is inherently undemocratic, unlike say phasing the change in over a few years.

The net effect of these changes is to benefit  higher income people with subsidies for their charitable 😈 giving and mortgage interest. The new law takes a system that already favored the prosperous and benefits them even more while disadvantaging many middle-class and upper-middle-class taxpayers.

Trump and the Republican lawmakers who slavishly comply with his demands voted in other provisions that disadvantage working people, including police, firefighters and union members.

The new law denies all “miscellaneous” deductions, including union dues. Police and other first responders, deductions for the costs of uniforms, dry cleaning and tools from batons and boots to guns and Sam Browne belts, as DCReport told you in April 2018.

https://www.dcreport.org/2019/07/04/how-to-fix-a-big-problem-with-the-trump-radical-republican-tax-law/

Agelbert Comment: Yep, it is another example of the Trump 'get the rich Richer by fleecing everyone else' fascist (reverse Robin Hood) modus operandi


Of course all that extra money in the hands of rich people that did not need it had to go someplace (see below). NO, it did NOT "trickle down", "create jobs". And NO, the Stock Market IS NOT the "economy".





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Re: Money
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"The Rich Are Building Bunkers" - Jim Rickards Warns "Nothing Is Fixed"

07/20/2019

Authored by Adam Taggart via PeakProsperity.com,


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Agelbert NOTE: I found the interview informative, but not the way gold bugs or greedballs would. I always like to know how the "greed is good" CAPITALIST oilgarch cheerleaders are reacting to the MESS they created and continue to foster. I will, of course, NOT buy any of this man's books.
That said, there are a few areas where I agree with  Mr. Jim Rickards.

1. The bunkers the rich are buying and filling with items to "ride out" whatever is coming are logistical failures (i.e. pipe dreams).

2. The ability of the "Federal Reserve" (or the IMF) to do a 2008 style bailout of the financial system is not there now.

3. The U.S. debt level, at 106% of GDP, is dangerously high.

4, Stocks can go down as much as 80%.

He thinks Trump will win in 2020. :P If Trump "wins", it will not be fair and square, as Rickards (conveniently) believes. I believe that Trump and his wrecking crew will cheat every way they can to secure the election. I pray that they do not succeed.

We are in a lot of trouble in this country. 😟
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Robert Reich: Where Your Tax Dollars Really Go
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