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This List of the 10 Lowest-Taxed States in America Will Make a Lot of People Jealous

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BY BENJAMIN ARIE /WJ

CLARIFICATION: The income taxes listed for Tennessee and New Hampshire are based on investment income, not wage income.

Every American may be equal under the law, but the nation is far from equal when it comes to tax season.

As April 15 — “Tax Day” for most of us — rapidly approaches, many people are taking a hard look at just how much Uncle Sam is reaching into their wallets.

While most people think of the federal Internal Revenue Service this time of year, there are, of course, also taxes at the state and local level that can make a big difference on our pocketbooks.

It turns out that where you live can

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Feds Pay Millions for Lobster Tail, Booze, Toys in End of Year Spending Binge

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Taxpayer-funded spending spree totals $97 billion

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Federal agencies billed taxpayers millions for lobster tail, alcohol, standing desks, golf carts, and more frivolous expenditures before budgets ran out at the end of the fiscal year.

A new analysis released by OpenTheBooks.com found 66 agencies spent $97 billion last September, the final month of fiscal year 2018. The end of the year taxpayer-funded spending spree included contracts with Coors, millions on iPhones, furniture, and CrossFit equipment.

“In the final month of the fiscal year, federal agencies scramble to spend what’s left in their annual budget,” OpenTheBooks.com said. “Agencies worry

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Acting WH Budget Director: Congress Has Been Ignoring Trump’s Spending Reductions for the Last 2 Years

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By Melanie Arter | cnsnews

Acting White House Budget Director Russell Vought (Screenshot)

(CNSNews.com) – Acting White House Budget Director Russell Vought defended President Donald Trump’s failure to eliminate the national debt within eight years like he promised during his presidential campaign.

During a White House press briefing on Monday, ABC News White House Correspondent Jonathan Karl asked, “You mentioned what the president promised during the campaign. During the campaign, he also promised that he would eliminate the national debt within eight years, and as you know, the debt at the end of his first year was at $20 trillion. Last year it went to $21 trillion; last month, $22 trillion. So

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New Bill to Tax Stock Market Could Devastate Ordinary Savings and Retirement

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The transactions tax has already been tried in other countries and backfired. (Photo: chadchai rangubpai/Getty Images)

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Adam Michel focuses on tax policy and the federal budget as a policy analyst in the Thomas A. Roe Institute for Economic Policy Studies at The Heritage Foundation.

 

A new tax proposal in Congress aims to stick it to the rich. But if passed, it could devastate the U.S. financial system and ruin the value of ordinary Americans’ retirement accounts.

The proposal, introduced by a team of Democrats in the House and Senate,

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‘Terrible Idea’: Michigan’s Democratic Governor Pushes an Enormous Gas Tax Increase

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Democratic Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s budget proposal will include a 45-cent gas tax increase. (Photo: Bill Pugliano/Stringer/Getty Images)

 

Democratic Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer is proposing what some opponents are calling a draconian gas tax increase to fix the state’s crumbling road infrastructure.

Whitmer’s budget proposal will include a 45-cent gas tax increase, which would be phased in over three separate intervals, the governor’s spokeswoman Tiffany Brown told reporters Monday. The rate would begin increasing in October, hit its second phase in April 2020, and ease into its final phase by the end of that year.

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Tax Collectors Chase Rich New Yorkers Moving To Low-Tax States

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/Godfather Politics Tax collectors are chasing rich New Yorkers moving to Florida and other low-tax states.

Tax collectors from New York are escalating their battle with wealthy residents who have fled to low-tax states across the country. They are “chasing” high-income workers who recently relocated to Florida and Texas.

Rush has talked about this a lot. He said the state of New York harassed him for years after he moved to Florida.

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More Than Half of Californians Say They Plan to Leave as State Leads U.S. in Outmigration

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California leads the nation in outmigration, and has experienced a domestic outmigration decline since 1991, according to the California Department of Finance.

According to a recent survey, 53 percent of all Californians, 63 percent of millennials, and 76 percent of residents in the Bay Area say they are seriously considering leaving the state.

California has recorded net domestic out-migration since at least 1991, according to state data, meaning it has lost more people to other states than it has brought in from them – nearly every year.

In 2018, the Bay Area

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Dan Crenshaw on Limited Government

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The congressman eloquently articulated the reason for disagreement on taxes.

By Nate Jackson at the Patriot Post/https://patriotpost.us/articles/61593

Rep. Dan Crenshaw (R-TX) is no stranger to the fight. The former Navy SEAL lost an eye in an IED explosion during his third combat tour in Afghanistan. Ironically, he’s probably best known so far for his amicable performance on “Saturday Night Live” last November. But he’s not just a warrior who can get along with his leftist opponents. He’s a philosopher espousing the principles of constitutionally limited government.

“Why does the left hate the tax cuts?” Crenshaw rhetorically asked Tuesday. “[Because] they think the people exist to fund the [government]. We believe the [government] exists to protect the inalienable rights of the people.

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