Tax Foundation President Scott Hodge appeared on CNN’s “Your $$$$$” to discuss the expiration of the Bush tax cuts.
Tax Foundation President Scott Hodge was interviewed on Fox News Channel’s “Special Report with Bret Baier” July 28, 2010 about the expiring Bush tax cuts and www.mytaxburden.org, where people can calculate their federal income tax burdens if the Bush tax cuts expire vs. if they’re extended.
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Tax Foundation President Scott Hodge appeared on Fox News Channel’s “The Tom Sullivan Show” July 24, 2010 to discuss the pending expiration of the 2001 and 2003 tax cuts.
Tax Foundation President Scott Hodge appeared on Fox Business Network July 23, 2010 to discuss the expiring 2001 and 2003 tax cuts and their impact on the federal budget deficit.
The Tax Foundation has launched a “Bush tax cuts” calculator at www.MyTaxBurden.org, which allows taxpayers to compare their 2011 federal income tax liabilities under three scenarios: if all the Bush tax cuts expire completely at the end of this year, if they’re all extended into 2011 or made permanent and if President Obama’s budget is […]
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Tax Foundation President Scott Hodge appeared on CNBC’s “Street Signs” on July 8, 2010 to debate whether the capital gains tax rate’s possible increase from 15% to 20% would be too high. With the new 3.8% investment tax on high-income earners that was part of health care reform, the rate would be 23.8%.