Expect Significant Income Tax Increases During Trump Presidency

By Henry Tyler, Parent Herald November 29, 06:07 pm

With the change of government, the policies shall also be renewed. According to the new plans, the income taxes may increase by thousands of dollars for parents belonging to a middle class, or the parents having more than three children. Trump insight for various aspects was already revealed during the election campaign, and it was found to be an extreme one.

The new proposals of the newly elected president suggest that there will be a significant increase in the income taxes and this increase is going to affect more than eight million families. Most of these affected households belong to middle class.

The Daily Mail says that the increased tax cutting off about 2 % is going to target single parents or parents who have more than three children. The aim of this initiative is Trump's perspective of eliminating personal exemption and the head of household filing status. So Americans can reduce their income tax amount bases upon the number of dependent members of the family. These tax codes will benefit the families in this regard.

But mostly middle-class families are going to have some hard time under the new taxation policies of the Republican party. Trump's ideas are quite much similar to the previous policies put into practice by the Republican Party in the past. So the party has no disagreements with Trump's policies, and they are ready to welcome them

These policies are aimed at increasing the jobs rate. He vows to help in creating twenty-five million jobs in the coming ten years. Various apprehensions are being made about the new policies. Trump's advisers are not ready to admit that he'll increase taxes on middle class. The idea of eliminating household filing status may also drop. Time shall prevail whether the new policies are in the interest of Americans or not.

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