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Tuesday, June 27, 2017

The Beginnings of the U.S. Capital Gains Tax Preference | CLS Blue Sky Blog

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With the recent release of the Trump administration’s tax plan, discussions of tax “reform,” or at least tax cuts, are once again at the center of American law and politics. Although the president’s tax plan is short on details, it has plenty of potential benefits for high-income earners, including a reduction in top marginal income tax rates and a modest decrease in the tax rate on capital gains. More specifically, the White House tax plan seeks to repeal the 3.8 percent Obamacare tax on net i.  show all text
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