Taxes Explained – The Buffett Rule Taxes Explained – The Buffett Rule In this installment of the White House White Board, Deputy Director of the National Economic Council, Brian Deese, talks about the “Buffett Rule” Apr 11, 2012 The Buffett Rule is a tax plan proposed by President Barack Obama in 2011.
The bill, labeled the Buffett Rule Act , passed by voice vote, meaning Democrats and Republicans agreed with it. Under the legislation, which would still need Senate approval, taxpayers could check a box on their taxes and ..
Congressman Steve Scalise's Buffett Rule Act passed the House of Representatives unanimously today. Scalise's bill adds an optional check box to IRS filing forms allowing people to donate above and beyond their tax …
Touched on a lot of things today We started by talking about how the Courts don’t Always Obey the Tax Laws, referring to the sight: www.accountingtoday.com I tried to discuss the article that Kelly Phillips Erb wrote titled “Small Business Owners Weigh In On Tax Cuts, the Buffett Rule and the Election” www.forbes.com We announced the Hangout with Nancy Smyth – Worker’s Comp & Payroll Tax Strategies for Public Works Contractors contractorbookkeepingtips.com With Joshua Wilson in the group, we revisited the Tax Preparer regulations getting his thoughts. After Joshua left to go play golf for a charity We talked about his post covering why your “Quickbooks File Should Match Your Tax Return”: www.gwinnettaccountant.com Jan Roberg of Roberg Tax Solutions (robergtaxsolutions.com first time in our hangout brought up the issues of fraud that appears to be legal that allows Folks to apply/receive ITIN to qualify for special credits, such as EIC and the Child Tax Credit.
I don't know which tax treatment of fractionally owned jets makes the most sense, but I know that this episode reveals Buffett's I-want-to-pay-more- taxes act as a political fraud. When conservatives shot back, “so cut a check, ..