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Small Business Saturday: Shop Local

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

02:11 min | Last month

Small Business Saturday: Shop Local

"Has come and gone. So has black Friday so today was small business Saturday a day that could could make make or or break break mom mom and and pop pop stores stores around around the the city city and and the the nation nation as as they they struggle struggle to to stay stay afloat afloat during during the the pandemic. pandemic. Correspondent, Correspondent, A A Packer Packer report report so so many many small small businesses businesses hoping hoping holiday holiday shoppers shoppers will will help help keep keep their doors open Today. Ralphie earlier runs an art shop in Brooklyn, New York, small business Saturday. There were people who just come in to the shop. For that purpose to support their small business, and we were really grateful. We have a lot of customers that do that. And you can show up with small businesses remotely. Dana Isom Johnson trained expert for e commerce site, etc. If you want to support your local community, all you have to do is set your filter on Etsy to your local city or state, and that way you'll have search results. And our matching back to the area that she wanted directly support. Here in New York Mayor De Blasio visited the Strand bookstore in lower Manhattan on this small business Saturday. Here, it's New Yorkers not to forget to shop in their own neighborhoods have to be a little little bit up in New Yorkers faces here at this holiday season. Don't just talk about saving small businesses actually go out and save them. Go out and use your power. And make a difference because we need the strand to be here next year. Some political leaders Marc small business Saturday by pushing a tax break dubbed the Manhattan Mom and Pop Tax Relief Act. The measure would suspend collection of the commercial rent tax from some small businesses for as long as the pandemic continues to wreak havoc on their revenue, state senator Bread oilman tells 10 10 wins that about 5500 Mom and Pops will be eligible to have their tax suspended the commercial road characters charge on Lee to commercial tenants in Manhattan south of 96th Street. And it's almost a 4% effective tax on their rent paid this bill. The Manhattan Moment Top Tax Relief Act is going to provide additional relief to the salt businesses amend this pandemic, especially since the government is ordered so many of them To restrict their sales during the pandemic. This is the least we can do without any financial help, especially as more pandemic lockdowns are considered. Oilman says more of the city's small businesses are going to disappear. Wins

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Fresh update on "tax relief" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:21 min | 4 hrs ago

Fresh update on "tax relief" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"Maryland Governor Larry Hogan Relief plan is being received by some Maryland governor Larry Hogan got a thumbs up for his coffin 19 relief plan from the Maryland chapter of the National Federation of Independent Business. Mike O'Halloran with the group said the plan with tax relief and economic stimulus payments will help not just small business but all Marylanders. But the state comptroller Peter Franchot, said the plan falls woefully short of what's needed. Roughly 400,000 Marylanders, who filed for the earned income tax credit would get $750 for families. And $150 for individuals. The governor's plan also repeals taxes on unemployment payments and issues tax credit to small businesses for a period of up to four months. Kate Ryan w T. O P News Maryland Governor Larry Hogan had minor surgery to remove early stage skin cancer, A spokesman says on Twitter that the procedure yesterday was a success. Hogan tweeted a picture of himself smiling with the bandage covering his left cheek. He was wearing a purple Baltimore Ravens jacket and a hat. And he tweeted no pain, no gain play like a rave in her Hogan. I had announced earlier that he had the biopsy, and he showed that it showed that the biopsy showed early stage Squamish cell sarcoma, and then he would have surgery to remove it from his face and shoulder. 9 14 Now in Washington, we will check sports coming up next. Here on W T O P. You have a busy life..

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New York Retailers Grapple With Pandemic On Small Business Saturday

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

01:13 min | Last month

New York Retailers Grapple With Pandemic On Small Business Saturday

"On this big shopping weekend. Today is small business Saturday on small businesses are struggling, so they love to get a visit or an order from you. Today, state Senator Brad Oilman is co sponsoring legislation called the Manhattan Mom and Pop Tax Relief Act. It would suspend the commercial rent tax during the pandemic. For small businesses that have a base rent of less than a million dollars a year. Let's make sure that everyone's paying the same rate on these types of taxes. And the competitors have a level playing field in which to try toe, you know, rack up sales during the holiday season, which is going to be hard enough already, as it is. It's a tax, currently charged only to Manhattan, small businesses below 96 Street. 3.9% of the rent. Even if you're not shopping in person to stay safe this weekend, many small businesses are taking orders online. Joseph Garcia has the Farmingdale Chamber of Commerce on Long Island. It's really important for people to choose small business this year. We're really starting out with a big disadvantage coming out of the lockdowns. Most of the very large retailers were able to stay open, using online and other means, so it's really important for a small businesses to keep them open next year. We need people to patronize them

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Fresh update on "tax relief" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:30 min | 7 hrs ago

Fresh update on "tax relief" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"Unknowns still learning about the exact nature of the immunity. At the vaccine does give us Dr Monica Honea of Kaiser Permanente. We're learning about the exact timing that each person responds to the vaccine, and we're also learning about how long that immunity last. The vaccine roll out does not mean you're in the clear community transmission is that extremely high rates? And we're seeing some new strains circulating, including the UK strain. We still have to exercise caution. Christi KING. W T O P. NEWS Maryland Governor Larry Hogan's relief plan is being made match whether with mixed reaction, Maryland Governor Larry Hogan got a thumbs up for his coping 19 relief plan from the Maryland chapter of the National Federation. Of independent business. Mike O'Halloran with the group said the plan with tax relief and economic stimulus payments will help not just small business but all Marylanders. But the state comptroller Peter Franchot, said the plan falls woefully short of what's needed. Roughly 400,000 Marylanders, who filed for the earned income.

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Gov. Murphy Signs Nearly $33 Billion New Jersey Budget That Raises Taxes On Wealthy, Businesses

Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

00:47 sec | 3 months ago

Gov. Murphy Signs Nearly $33 Billion New Jersey Budget That Raises Taxes On Wealthy, Businesses

"New Jersey's governor, Murphy has signed the 2021 budget into law. The new budget sense billions of dollars to the state school district millions to transit and makes a nearly $5 billion public pension payment. It also hikes taxes on the wealthy and businesses and delivers tax rebates to approximately 800,000 newjersey families. This budget lives up to the ideal of shared sacrifice and trying times. By including meaningful tax fairness. This isn't just achieved by reinstating the millionaire's tax, but also by providing direct tax relief to hundreds of thousands of middle class. And working families with Children. The new budget also authorizes $4.5 billion in new debt governor says it's necessary to keep the state's finances

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Fresh "Tax Relief" from KCBS Radio Weekend News

KCBS Radio Weekend News

00:59 min | 9 hrs ago

Fresh "Tax Relief" from KCBS Radio Weekend News

"A shot will get one. It's a real moment of hope for our city, KCBS. CBS News Time 12 18 traffic and you're six day forecast. Let's start at the Lower East Shore Freeway. Here's dead. This is where we've had a couple accidents. 1 80 westbound after Powell that's been cleared from lanes, but it's got just sluggish from golden Gate fields into the maze. Another one we've been monitoring finally, maybe have some clarity on this. The CHP is reporting an accident. 80 eastbound approaching Buchanan. Two vehicles involved blocking the middle lane. You're looking at slow traffic out of the maze to the point of this accident, And then things open up in a real hurry. This update is brought to you by a Rubicon tax relief. Over. Although your trip to the upper deck of the Bay Bridge is now slow up the incline and sluggish from the island on into the city. We've had an accident not helping in San Francisco 11 south down before Caesar Chavez blocking one of those middle lanes, and it's got just slow from the sky way all the way to the point of that accident. Once you get south of the accent, though, I wanna one you'll be moving along at the limit. On Highway one in between Pacifica and half Moon Bay. We still have stretches of slow traffic. This has been according to the phone force, at least maybe exacerbated by some dense fog in the area. So keep that in mind 92 west out of San Matteo, still recovering from an earlier car fire. It's been cleared from lanes. But 92 West is slow from 101 all the way out towards the coast. Is your business behind on income or payroll taxes. John Lee of Rubicon Tax Relief in Oakland can help you is, he has helped hundreds of other businesses. All the schedule of free Confidential consultation Now, 5 10 836 74 100. Your next update 12 28 on the traffic leader. KCBS Sunny today Low sicked upper sixties toe low seventies And then tomorrow and MLK Day it is looking like mostly.

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Massachusetts extends tax relief targeted at restaurants, lodging

WBZ Afternoon News

00:30 sec | 4 months ago

Massachusetts extends tax relief targeted at restaurants, lodging

"Many small businesses in Massachusetts, still struggling to make ends meet, are getting some more help from state officials. The Baker Administration put some state tax payments on many of these companies on hold until next spring and won't be issuing any penalties or interest payments due to the delay. This is a big boost to those running restaurants or operating elsewhere in the hospitality industry. The waiver cover sales between March of this year and next

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Fresh update on "tax relief" discussed on KCBS Radio Weekend News

KCBS Radio Weekend News

00:36 min | 12 hrs ago

Fresh update on "tax relief" discussed on KCBS Radio Weekend News

"20 on our Eskin expert segment. We do see that master effective. But one of the things we noticed is that many people don't have a good fitting mask on their face on the air on your radio dot com app and you're smart speaker say play key CBS radio. CBS News Time 9 18. We are back on the traffic Watch. Now we've got Peter Scofield helping you get around this morning. We're checking out Sam Refill this time around. This is 5 80 westbound before Belen Boulevard. It's a solo crash. The car was facing the wrong way on the right shoulder just into the bushes. This report brought to you by Rubicon tax relief, but now that the car has been straightened out Longer facing the wrong way. It's much less interesting. So the backup behind it has gone in Marin County. One, the one that's at the limit both directions between highway 37 the Golden Gate Bridge and Highway 37 westbound before Skaggs Island Road, the car that went off the right side of highway that has been clear just a little bit resist of the residual backup. Leftover westbound 37 After you leave the Mare Island Bridge and work your way through. The lane reduction is your business behind on income or payroll taxes. John Lee of Rubicon Tax Relief in Oakland can help you as he's helped hundreds of other businesses called to schedule of free Confidential consultation Now, 5 10 836 74 100. The next traffic update. 9 28 on the traffic.

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Trump’s Payroll Tax Holiday Starts Today: How Does It Work?

KCBS Radio Afternoon News

04:20 min | 4 months ago

Trump’s Payroll Tax Holiday Starts Today: How Does It Work?

"Tax tax holiday holiday starts starts today. today. Critics Critics say say that that despite despite putting putting a a bit bit more money and taxpayers wallets right now, it could prove devastating down the road. Form or return to the KCBS Ring Central News Line and talk with David Hayes is a former professor of law at Santa Clara University and currently a law professor at the University of Florida. Professor. Thanks for being with us Any kind of tax holiday? Certainly. Sounds good. I take it there are some catches here. Yeah, yeah. Good to be with you so Um, this is really Ah, It's just a temporary suspension of the taxes that are owed and they need to be paid under the current rule. Under the executive order, they would need to be collected and paid. In the first four months of 2021, if nothing further happens, so it's really just a temporary reprieve. It's like alone really more than a genuine tax holiday. OK, so people will see their paychecks a little bit bigger, and then in the early part of next year, they'll notice him being a little bit smaller. Correct. Is this something that's been done before during rough economic times. Not that I'm aware of. It's much more common have actual tax relief. That is the taxes not do And the reason we don't have that here is that Uh, the Congress couldn't Congress is really requires required to act in orderto cut taxes. You know, in any permanent way in Congress and the president were unable to agree on further tax relief, so the most that the president can do is temporarily suspend tax obligations. And as far as I'm aware that hasn't happened in the past. Certainly not with this kind of tax that that falls on wagers. I'm gonna wager a guess that most folks don't know. The proportion of the payroll tax is out of their paycheck. Generally speaking, are we talking about a large amount? Well for affected taxpayers here, which are generally taxpayers that on an annualized basis earn about 100,000 or less a year, a touch more than that. It's 6.2%. Of their their their pay. So it's not insignificant. Uh, but what will happen then? Of course, is that in the first four months of next year, assuming you're still employed with the same employer Instead of having that 6.2% with withheld, you'll have 12.4% withheld. So to put the finest point possible on this In terms of the concern itself. It really is potentially going to catch some people off guard. If they sort of forget about this. I mean, if you're playing correctly, this is not a bad thing. If you plan correctly on, But there are some real pitfalls here because if, for example you leave employment before the end of the year, you're your employer still is required. Collect those amount somehow and pay them over to the government so they won't have any fun to withhold from if you're no longer employed by that employer. Meanwhile, you, technically as as wage earner are still on the hook. For for that 6.2%, although it's entirely unclear how the government would go about collecting that, in that kind of situation. Might this have any effect on Social Security? Well, that's a good question. And I think this is from a political perspective. This is part of Fine Social Security to some extent, because an obvious way to address all of the problems that are gonna come up the logistical problems is just to cancel the tax going forward. And lastly, text tax preparers are they gonna have to? Ah, it just their software and other issues to accommodate this this time around. Yeah, well, really The people who are it's mostly the people who do payroll on a software from payroll that's really affected, and the guidance on this came out. On ly on Friday for something that took effect. Today. And so there really has been very, very little time. And most employers that are the ones who are required to withhold and pay over. The tacks are unhappy about this, and that extends Kind of a wide range of groups, including the Chamber of Commerce and others. So it's It's very controversial, to say the least. Well, thank you for spending some time with us. David Hazan is a law professor at the University of Florida. On We go to the money watch it sponsored this time

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Fresh update on "tax relief" discussed on Power 105.1 FM Programming

Power 105.1 FM Programming

00:35 sec | 17 hrs ago

Fresh update on "tax relief" discussed on Power 105.1 FM Programming

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Executive order confusion and stimulus package progress

Clark Howard Show

06:11 min | 4 months ago

Executive order confusion and stimulus package progress

"So we're in kind of a never never land. On, Corona virus relief is the six hundred dollar. Additional. Unemployment insurance expired in July. And A lot of people out of work are not in a position to pay their normal expenses and so the economy has hit a slow down again. It's why for the first time in weeks, the Republicans and the Democrats are trying to reach a new stimulus package but and I think they will reach one don't know the size what it will contain but I think it's likely that they are going to cut a deal just because neither party knows the consequences for them in November if they don't make a deal. But in the meantime. The president issued an executive order for a few weeks of time of additional unemployment cutting six hundred to three hundred. And money that would be paid through the month of September. Well so far forty of the fifty states as just a few hours ago we're up to forty have said that they want to participate, but only six have. The things in place with their computer systems and their processes in order to be able to pay that money? So what will typically happen for people who've been unemployed during the period covered by the president's executive order? Is that people who were eligible? But haven't received the money will likely receive it retroactively. Once. Your state is up and running to pay the additional three hundred dollars, and this is just a band aid. On a problem of extremely high unemployment in the United States. And we're at somewhere around ten and a half percent stated unemployment the real number somewhere more like sixteen percent. So that means we've got many tens of millions of Americans. That are really really hurting and this is A. Hard. Hard thing for people. There is also a list. Available as to win states expect. To maybe start paying the unemployment but I've gone through the list. And I don't even WanNa start stating from it because it's so wishy washy I think. We're GONNA have to wait for people who are unemployed. To be notified that it is available in your state. The other thing that is underway today is employers will have an option. Of not collecting from you money temporarily for Social Security and Medicare. To try to fatten up check just a little bit but it's only. Like a temporary loan to you. And unless there was a decision by Congress to take funding away from social, security and Medicare, this money will have to be made up. By you and me if your employer permits this. And the catch up would start after the first of the year. So the idea of having a payroll tax holiday is to try to give people a little more money who are working a little more money to spend. But it's only a temporary thing. That rebounds with the money needing to be made up because social, security and Medicare both very short of money. And if Congress did decide in its wisdom. To. Not have this money have to be paid back September to December. That's their. That's a decision. They can make the problem with it is it makes the deficits of social security and Medicare more severe and forwards the date when they will be short on money to pay. Recipients of social security and recipients of Medicare and typically the Congress doesn't want to mess with people social security benefits or their medicare benefits. So I imagine that this is not likely to become any kind of long term thing where we won't pay undefined Social Security and Medicare. And I want to explain that it's GonNa be confusing because employers. Don't have to allow this. Employers can continue to collect the social security and Medicare tax. Out of your paycheck and forward it onto the government is normal or they choose to not collect it, but it doesn't eliminate the obligation for that money. So this is a pretty messy thing and. I'm hoping. That the congress will come up with the deal that everybody. Can Not, necessarily be happy with, but everybody can agree to. and. We move away from these this hodgepodge ad hoc kind of things because I'm not a fan. You can probably tell by what I've said I'm not a fan. Of the payroll tax. Relief on is not really relief. It's just a delay on social security and Medicare because I want anybody who is a recipient Of Social Security or Medicare to worry that, they're not going to get their money and we've got to collect the money in order to pay to recipients of both programs.

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Trump allows some unemployment pay, defers payroll tax

Retirement Rescue

00:44 sec | 5 months ago

Trump allows some unemployment pay, defers payroll tax

"Trump trying Tio signs, signs, executive executive orders orders regarding regarding evictions, evictions, unemployment unemployment benefits benefits and and a a payroll payroll tax tax cut, cut, the the president president says. says. Thes Thes orders orders air air on on Ly Ly the the beginning beginning were were further further looking looking at additional tax cuts, including income tax. Relief. Income tax cuts and capital gains tax cuts, So we're going to be looking at that capital gains. For the purpose of creating jobs and income tax is self explanatory, and it'll be income tax for Middle income and lower income people, but middle income people Cause they pay a lot of income tax. The Trump Administration and Congress would still have to work out the agreement on a plan that addresses state funding and Simms and stimulus chicks.

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A ‘Non-Starter': Gov. Cuomo, Mayor de Blasio Rip Republican Senate's Proposed Stimulus Package

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

01:03 min | 6 months ago

A ‘Non-Starter': Gov. Cuomo, Mayor de Blasio Rip Republican Senate's Proposed Stimulus Package

"A very bleak picture of what it will happen if the federal stimulus package put out by the GOP Senate today passes. In fact, things are so dire they might even run out of paint. Juliet Papa Mayor De Blasio says There's no money in the Senate plan to help New York City and state recover from the cove in crisis. But I have to say to majority leader McConnell, not much of a stimulus there. In fact, I would call a nonstarter. His honor was looking at the possibility of 22,000 layoffs across all agencies. If federal financial aid doesn't come through governor, Cuomo says, if he cannot plug budget holes that will raise fares for the New York City subway system. Holds on bridges and the fair's on the Long Island Railroad. He says the Democratic House plan would provide tax relief, He says the Republican Senate plan provides a grim reality. Julia Papa, 10 10 wins New Democrats on the Hill, hoping to come to terms with their GOP counterparts before things get down to the wire this weekend. That's when the current stimulus runs out. Tri state

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"tax relief" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:46 min | 10 months ago

"tax relief" Discussed on WTOP

"Tax relief some restrictions apply for complete details we set up a tax relief dot com good morning it's nine eighteen traffic and weather on the aids and win a brazen junior delays remain on a westbound sixty six coming from one twenty three toward route fifty now the accident activity is in the right lane but this is within a work zone that's along the left side eastbound sixty six also has the work in the left lane but without delay from the Fairfax county parkway to the beltway southbound twenty eight south the lord's park the right lane is blocked with the work again not much of a back up later volume of traffic in general in the area roadways southbound ninety five looking good coming out of Lorton trying to make your way across the arctic wanting to Fredericksburg no problems on northbound ninety five three ninety five good in both directions on the beltway it's the inner loop at River Road the right side blocked with the work it's partially blocking the exit ramp but you can still make the exit if you're on ninety five in the Baltimore Washington parkway those are at speed between the beltways southbound to seventy good out of her battle all the way to the lane divide on to either loop of the beltway now in College Park east bound greenbelt road near kennel worth Avenue there was a report of a crash westbound to fourteen Central Avenue near campus way it's an emergency work crew with the two left lanes getting by also closed as crews in Poolesville is Fisher Avenue in cattail road this is one of seven at cattail road crash earlier this morning brought a pole and wires down in the roadway and they're not quite sure when they're going to be able to get that reopened the southbound old gunpowder road near to twelve powder mill road crash did have you under police direction I read a counselor WTOP traffic Mike Stanford here with our forecast pretty nice right now Mike it is we're seeing some clouds across the northern suburbs so that's associate with an approaching front so as the day goes on the sunny skies.

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Food And Beverage Industry Hit Hard By Coronavirus Outbreak

NPR's Business Story of the Day

06:45 min | 10 months ago

Food And Beverage Industry Hit Hard By Coronavirus Outbreak

"It is a hugely uncertain time for those in the service industry restaurants and bars have been closing their doors and that has meant so many people have already lost their jobs. We bring you now. The stories of three people trying to figure out what happens next. My name is Simone Barron and I work in the service industry I have for thirty four years and I currently live in Seattle Washington. I was working for Tom. Douglas Restaurants Tom Decided to close all of his restaurants Laying off eight hundred people. It's pretty devastating. Everybody's really unsure how they're going to pay their rent pay their mortgages see their children their families. We all know that if we don't get that next paycheck that a lot of us are going to be in some trouble and then that's the other thing that we're all worried about is if we will have jobs to go back to so. We're all really panicked right now. Yeah My name is Daryl noon and I am a partner in a wine store and bar in Manhattan. We have a shopping meals. Have a bar. And we're in a an open market place so the sales of the bar dropped pretty drastically but people were buying wine in a way. That was like pretty panic. Inducing like cleaning out our shelves so quickly quickly after that everything had to shut down except for our retail store. But that nobody was going to be allowed to come down so we were only allowed to do deliveries which we had never done before people are like calling in Queens and being like. Hey Can you come to Bayside? And should we go to bayside and drop off a bottle of wine to someone? It's it's a fascinating new reality. My name is Samara Sariano. I am a food server in San Francisco California. The last couple of weeks have been extremely stressful and pretty scary. A lot of people stopped coming out. Normally I worked six shifts a week and last week. I was scheduled three shifts a week. I basically used the money to pay off bills for this month and to buy what groceries I could and I really don't have even one hundred dollars to my name now And I'm really not sure what I'm going to be doing for rent or bills next month. I've already implied for unemployment insurance. But I know that will take weeks to come through and it was still probably won't be sufficient to support me. San Francisco's so expensive and my rent is a great worry to me right now. It's a difficult time for so many people what can be done. We're going to put that question to Sean Kennedy. He's an executive vice president. At the National Restaurant Association that organization represents more than half a million restaurant businesses and they sent a letter to the White House and Congressional leaders yesterday asking for critical help. Thanks so much for being with us on good morning. What Kinda help are you looking for? They're really three buckets that The restaurant industries looking at right now one is just immediate access to cash second is medium and long-term access to credit and then tax relief for the industry when we come back on line. This is really the perfect storm for the restaurant industry. This is not like a natural disaster. That's located in one particular area. The passes quickly and we focused on rebuilding. There's a nationwide problem in which States and localities are just shutting down restaurant operations across the nation without a lot of warning and with tremendous impact in our. It's certainly early days but I mean given what we're seeing. Do you have any estimate as to how many people in the industry could ultimately end up employed? That's a great question right now. What a lot of restaurants are doing is trying to retool trying to allow for more takeout drive through delivery services For a lot of restaurants they just physically aren't able to consider themselves that way for other restaurants they're looking at whether or not switching to that business model is going to generate enough revenue to keep the doors open and the burners turned on so my sister happens to work in the restaurant industry. It was talking to her yesterday and she was just heartbroken. Because this is work as you know people who work in the Industry. They socialize with their co workers. They become sort of your extended family. Her entire community her entire network has been affected by. We heard from some employees Just a couple of minutes ago. Who are deeply concerned about their own future. What is your message to them right now. It is heartbreaking and a lot of our restaurant owners view their employees as family Almost all they do is saying but it's one in which we are really struggling with the best approach we can take. That's where it'd be making such an aggressive ask of Congress right now. This is a national pandemic. It's a public emergency. So we need the public government to step in and provide this funding so that our goal right now is really just to keep these employees on payroll allow them to continue to work for us even if we're not operational even if we're in hibernation so to speak so that as soon as we get the all clear signal from public health officials we can pivot. We can open up those doors and we can bring everyone back online as quickly and immediately as possible new knotted to this earlier. But are they going to be restaurants? That just can't survive because they can't make it on takeout alone. We're really trying to avoid that. But it what is challenging right? Now as we don't know a natural disaster has a beginning a middle and an end we were in the beginning of this right now and we cannot forecast how long we're going to be in this position. Or when are we allowed to open Restaurants generally measure their cash flow and available credit in days weeks. Probably not months so as it becomes a sustained problem. The restaurants are going to have to really tough decisions to make which is why we need Congress to act quickly. We've heard these calls to the public to buy a gift certificate to their favorite neighborhood restaurant as a show of support. Is that something you think is a good idea right now? We we absolutely support that. Obviously we are focused right now on serving our community. These are difficult times for everybody and usually if it's a snow day if it's a natural disaster folks are going to the restaurants. We don't want to change that at all. We want to continue to be the center piece of the cornerstone. These communities Sean Kennedy with the Natch National Restaurant Association. We appreciate

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Trump seeks stimulus package potentially worth more than $1 trillion, including direct payments to Americans

Morning Edition

04:49 min | 10 months ago

Trump seeks stimulus package potentially worth more than $1 trillion, including direct payments to Americans

"One trillion dollars that is how much the trump administration is requesting from Congress the money would be used to help people and businesses suffering in this pandemic and just to be clear this package would be on top of the one hundred billion dollar package already passed by the house Charlie secretary Steven Mnuchin said many Americans need money in hand as quickly as possible we're looking at sending checks to Americans immediately and what we've heard from hard working Americans many companies have now shut down whether it's bars or restaurants Americans need cash now and the president wants to get cash now and I mean now in the next two weeks the secretary said if something is not done the unemployment rate could jump to as high as twenty percent I want to bring in NPR chief economics correspondent Scott Horsley has got good morning David let's begin with this new leave propose funding package we're hearing about this trillion dollars what exactly would it cover the administration has not offered a lot of details but we do know that this plan includes a financial lifeline for big industries like airlines which have been hard hit help for small business in some fashion and then the centerpiece of the plan ease these direct payments to Americans in rolling out a rescue package of this scale yesterday the administration's essentially acknowledging that the very aggressive public health measures that they have put in place to try to slow the spread of the corona virus pandemic are gonna put a really big dent in the U. S. economy and they need to be equally aggressive in trying to you know build a bridge over that so Americans don't get hurt worse than they otherwise would what if I want to ask you about these direct payments I mean almost like a paycheck from the government going to a lot of Americans to help I mean what how much are we talking about here and and does is everyone entitled to get to get these checks the number that's been floated is a thousand dollars but we again we haven't seen the details as possible there could be more than one check Steven Mnuchin did suggest yesterday in talking with reporters that there might be some income limits that millionaires for example might not need this kind of rescue others a house house version of this idea that had a threshold of a hundred and thirty thousand dollars people bold making below that would be eligible but those are some of the details that could still be worked out and this was sort of a change right I mean that the president had previously been talking about doing something with the the the payroll tax to help people that this would be different right that's right in their number of problems with the presence of payroll tax proposal one it wouldn't help people who need it most to suddenly been dropped from the payrolls it wouldn't help workers who rely on tips for a big share of their income and we know that wait staff and bars and restaurants have been among the hardest hit in this crisis even for those who did benefit from a payroll tax cut it would it would be slow to pay out you know that that the tax relief is sort of dribbled out a little bit of time every week or two with your paycheck and as you heard the treasury secretary say that the administration wants to get this money in the hands of Americans fast so they settled on this direct payment option instead so if we're talking about a trillion dollars and and you think about that the national deficit that we hear so much about I mean to what extent can can the country afford on a package like this right now this will add to the the federal deficit which obviously was already running in the trillion dollar range but there are lots of people who are happy to lend money to the federal government this time and frankly economists say this is the kind of crisis where it makes sense for the federal government to run a deficit with the private sector is shutting down and the public sector needs to step in and help patch the hole great man Q. economist at Harvard who was one of those George W. bush's top advisers had a blog post last week where he said yes there are times when it's important to worry about the rising government debt this he said is not one of those times I think I just have to walk around our communities and and feel the streets and and how quiet they are to understand that life has really changed I mean you've been looking specifically at which businesses industries across the U. S. have been particularly hit hard what do you learn it's been really widespread airlines course with some of the first to sound the alarm they're saying this is been a a bigger blow to them than the September eleventh attacks hotels have been deeply affected Marriott announced furloughs yesterday for tens of thousands of workers obviously bars and restaurants are largely shut down some are still offering takeout but that's a greatly reduced staff and and some of closed altogether the U. A. W. sexually asked that the automaker shut down they haven't gone that far yet but they have made adjustments and and living staff I heard yesterday from a bookstore in my hometown of Denver the tattered cover that has cut most of its workers it's still offering a limited service of mail order delivery and curbside pickup obviously a lot of people stuck at home will have some extra time to read these

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Medicine For The Economy

Planet Money

01:09 min | 11 months ago

Medicine For The Economy

"As we record this. It's Friday we just minutes ago. Watched president trump declared a national emergency in response to the corona virus pandemic. This is actually the second big corona virus presidential address this week on Wednesday. The president offered his plans for the economic consequences of this pandemic. My fellow Americans tonight. I want to speak with you about our nation's unprecedented response to the corona virus outbreak trump called for extra funds to the federal government to provide low interest loans to small businesses to this end. I'm asking Congress to increase funding for this program by an additional fifty billion dollars using emergency authority. He also said that he would push for an expansion of paid sick leave. He said he would delay tax day for certain people and businesses. Finally I am calling on Congress to provide Americans with immediate payroll tax relief a payroll tax cut. We don't have specific numbers but this could be a massive amount of money. This was simply put a huge week and those are huge proposals

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Stocks enter bear market as coronavirus declared "pandemic"

America Tonight with Kate Delaney

01:02 min | 11 months ago

Stocks enter bear market as coronavirus declared "pandemic"

"Asian stocks and oil prices are already taking a dive there falling sharply because of the fear over the prospect of a world recession because of the impact of the the new coronavirus right cove it nineteen because of that so we saw that worry have now entered into a bear market Wednesday the stock market down twenty percent from its peak the index lost about fifteen hundred points and the president did announce at the in the oval office in the three minutes that there was going to be an economic rescue package a couple of them he called on Congress to provide payroll tax relief said he would defer tax payments and offer low interest loans to affected individuals and small businesses now that the World Health Organization especially is called the pandemic and then it's been cancellation after cancellation on large gatherings and federal warnings urging us to reconsider traveling abroad

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Trump lobbies Republicans on economic stimulus

Brett Winterble

00:24 sec | 11 months ago

Trump lobbies Republicans on economic stimulus

"President trump met with top banking executives discussed the economic response to covert nineteen one day after he lobbied congressional Republicans first stimulus package that would include tax relief to hard hit industries and a payroll tax cut I think the payroll tax would be great Democrats are not in favor of it Democrats are working on their own legislation targeted to help workers and families impacted by

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House Democrats seek fast passage of coronavirus bill

Midday News

00:40 sec | 11 months ago

House Democrats seek fast passage of coronavirus bill

"The White House and house Democrats are trying to work out a second coronavirus funding bill before Congress goes on recess we get details from CBS news correspondent bill Rykoff though both parties are trying to protect a bipartisan spirit in addressing culvert nineteen there's still disagreement about legislation Democrats for example are looking for paid sick leave in free testing provisions or the White House is pushing economic measures like payroll tax relief house speaker Nancy Pelosi and treasury secretary Steven Mnuchin have met to try to lay the groundwork for a second bill but there's worry a deal will not be ready for passage before Congress takes a one week recess beginning tomorrow bill ray Cobb C. B. S. news Capitol

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Coronavirus Confronts US Economy With Tough Recovery

This Morning with Gordon Deal

04:42 min | 11 months ago

Coronavirus Confronts US Economy With Tough Recovery

"Coronavirus is already the most serious threat to the U. S. economy since the financial crisis and D. honorable when markets editor at Axios says the dominoes are aligned for a severe recession that could erase much of the eleven your recovery Dionne explained as the court of viruses kind of exploded or really started to ratchet up here in the U. S. and also in place parts of Europe and around the globe a lot of folks have been asking the question is this going to cause a recession and I want to take a step back and point out a lot of the economic issues that particular facing United States right now but it's kind of gotten less attention have been swept under the rug a little bit that we put them all together sort of form this series of dominoes that really could set us up for a pretty tough recession right so some of these bullet points you get to get that you put together really raise some eyebrows like with one first off growth has declined over the last couple years yeah so explain that explain them or otherwise that could been getting glossed over well the growth rate in the U. S. has been declining even though you had this two trillion dollar tax cut the tax cut and jobs act was passed in twenty seventeen that was supposed to kind of kick start the economy is going at three four percent growth and it has been and not only have we not hit that three or four percent number we kind of we got close to it the year after the tax cut was passed and you've been declining ever sent so you've got not only the increase that two trillion dollars to that to the national debt but you had declining growth and economists were expecting a decline even further this year even absent this corona virus scares so we're kind of moving back toward slower growth books you know depending on who you talk to depending on how they did their metrics were expecting about two percent while under maybe a little over but the difference between two percent and recession is a lot less than the difference between three or four percent and recessions are so would you reference the the the tax cut and jobs act speaking of jobs up some was able was a labor markets done well why is this a concern but you see a lot of these are coming out the high paying jobs that we necessarily like to see a lot of these are these kind of service industry hourly positions while these folks don't have if they do have health insurance they don't have particularly good health insurance they are what would be classified as under insured that's one issue also they can't really take time off so I live in talking to a number of economists are they talk about a lot of folks will get sick and they won't miss work to keep going and potentially spread the disease to other people and then people who do stay out and miss work they're looking at you know getting either fired or having their wages docked and they can't afford that the the Brookings Institution study that came out in January found out that forty four percent of all U. S. workers earn barely enough to live on the averages about eighteen thousand dollars a year or about ten dollars a little more than ten dollars an hour when you make that a lot of times and some of the less expensive cities around the country you can afford to live to kinda get by him to your day to day routine but you're not able to put savings away for a rainy day for a time when you get sick so you just try to barrel through and if you can't build through you end up missing work and then maybe you don't make certain payments and certainly you're not going out to eat you're not going to the game hanging out with your friends things like that that really keep the economy moving speaking with Dion rebel in markets editor at axial C. although also writes the axial markets newsletter this piece is called the next dominoes in the corona virus economy you reference to obviously the president trump mentioned he'd like to see something along the lines of a payroll tax cut or some of the relief is that's a a political possibility it it's a political possibility not a good one because right now with the president has talked about is he wants targeted tax relief force in these industries maybe a cut in the payroll tax and the Democrats have come come back and said Hey you know we're not even interested in talking about more tax cuts what they want to do is they want to do it on the spending side and it's just kind of this ideological Democrat versus Republican ideals and I spoke with economist Claudia Sahm forward this piece and what she said was the the real issue is that they don't seem to understand no one on Capitol Hill understands that what we need is just a big package that says Hey the government's got this we're behind you we're gonna authorize a lot of spending to make sure the economy stayed on course and the people get the money they need to keep

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Trump plans payroll tax relief in response to coronavirus

Larry O'Connor

00:34 sec | 11 months ago

Trump plans payroll tax relief in response to coronavirus

"A comment Republicans say they hope the trump administration could reach a deal with house Democrats for an economic package amid the corona virus outbreak including a possible three hundred billion dollars in payroll tax relief Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says treasury secretary Steven Mnuchin will meet with house speaker Nancy Pelosi to discuss economic measures we're hoping that he and the speaker can pull this together so that we end up not playing partisan games at a time which seems to me to cry out for bipartisan bicameral agreement that's what I'm hoping to see an open the C. forty

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Coronavirus Task Force holds a briefing

The Vegas Take

00:30 sec | 11 months ago

Coronavirus Task Force holds a briefing

"President trump is banking on payroll tax relief helping ease the financial impact of coronavirus with the financial markets in free fall amid a corona virus fears and plunging oil prices president Donald Trump said Monday night he's looking to take new measures are going to be meeting with house Republicans Mitch McConnell everybody and discussing a possible payroll tax cuts the president spoke in the White House briefing room alongside vice president Mike pence members of the corona virus task

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Trump meets with GOP lawmakers to discuss coronavirus response

KNX Morning News with Dick Helton and Vicky Moore

00:12 sec | 11 months ago

Trump meets with GOP lawmakers to discuss coronavirus response

"Trump administration officials meetings today with lawmakers on Capitol Hill to talk about that pay roll tax relief to calm the markets are for fear of the corona virus epidemic in L. CBS news is reporting that trump himself is expected to go to the hill sometime

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"tax relief" Discussed on FT Money Show

FT Money Show

06:59 min | 1 year ago

"tax relief" Discussed on FT Money Show

"That's opened up between London and the rest of the U. K.. Shows that the property cycle is going through pivotal stage. And the Teas James Pickford is here to tell us more. Welcome James Thank you same this research that you've written about. What does it tell us about? How the property cycle works was quoted as saying that the state agent engine samples Did some research. They looked at all the local authorities in England and Wales and they matched up those wet a half price changes were closely correlated and basically they came up with thirteen different groups not always in the same area. Just about the closeness of the ups and downs in prices. Not the absolute values of the houses So so the the places that move most closely together together You you have these ingredients and it does seem to as one might expect spread in a in a sort of wave like forms from Central London and outs and just to give you a sense of some. What I what is in these groups they put some quite nice characterize names on limb so you have wealthy metro land? which is I think number? Three which is Albans Wokingham Windsor. Those sort of core commuting areas. Then you have fringe commute places like Chichester Bristol and bath which you'd have to. You'd have to probably struggle to to to get into London every day from that but Sabbah Fab the they do well and property terms and then very Boston. You have the challenge northern towns which is the name given to replaces let Blackburn Burnley Hartley Pool. And if you look at twenty five years the top group has gone up by six hundred and twenty eight percent verses. Mrs One hundred ninety two in the bottom group and that doesn't take into account that's not in adjusting for inflation so they they have headline figures. But what's quite interesting is if you take those groups and you look at the previous property soccer. We started and and ran for basically ten years from nineteen ninety-five You find these classic effects of leaders and laggards where the the top groups suddenly spring spring at. If you remember the time it was be into the boom and London was was roaring. And you had this Six years of of really strong price growth. Then you had nine eleven. You had in fact the Iraq invasion bursting of the Internet bubble. That's right bursting of the bubble And London suddenly flattened off at the same time as rich Gordon Brown at put a huge amount of money into public services services in the regions and employment took off that house prices ready took off. See I'd someplace in the regions with thirty percent on your loss house. Price Growth and so the region's offensively caught up with London over ten year period. There's really not much not much in it. But the property cycle now of course has subsequently happened is is more interesting than two from two thousand and five live. We had this soaring of London and the southeast punctuated by the financial crisis. But really even after that You had had an even sharper spike in prices in the south of England And meanwhile the regional economists were were were very very much affected by the financial crisis and and house prices struggled. So the moment we had a three years The last the most recent three years since his so yes exactly since the referendum. We have seen a little bit of a reversal of hat where London has has has has stopped grain prices in the primaries a twenty five cent down ups as much as twenty five percent taxes. Two thousand fourteen. You've had quite a lot of tax. Changes is coming in in London. Or particularly affecting the London market such as Byte Aladdin second himes start starchy charges Whereas whereas the in in that period the regional markets have picked up a game but still the gap between the two is very a big sigh since two thousand and five top? Two groups in this Saville's Apology of of risen by one hundred and twenty five percent and one hundred and nine percent whereas the bottom to have written risen by fifteen percent seventeen percent. So that's quite a big gaps be closed very big gap in deep finally James. What about the brexit bounce? Things on the move again since the election. Well it's interesting that you know. I mean the question is ah could this be closed and one of the reasons it's worth asking the Boris Johnson. The new prime minister's promised to level up the economy me and the the great inequalities in economy. And if it happens this price changes bake baked in essentially to house prices from now on It's going to be caught caught harder to do that. Because people in the south of England will have some more wealth stored in housing accuracy than those in other parts of the country whereas if the cycle reimpose itself is much easier for for the government to be able to level the economy up. What's happening happening is? That's really at the moment. There is a bit of that closure the experts. I've spoken to think you'll be hard pressed to see the gap closed entirely and In order to do that. So one of them Richard Donald from zip loser as a researcher Ziplock. He says that If London was remained flat the rest of the country would need to rise and says a process by eight percents. These are the main city. Actually this is not. This is not ever menu cities in order to get back to the historic average average difference about Brexit Bounds. Yes there has been a little bit of a change that which if you if you're someone hopes that London will remain flat while the rest of the country catches up you'll be slightly disheartened by this because the indicates is seems to show that Things are picking up game across the country and not include in the capital. So you have right. Nave posting is biggest monthly figures for twenty years and you have fist from Asia Marcy on transaction levels in the last quarter of two thousand. Nineteen showing a ten-year record for the last quarter of that year. Well indeed. It does seem like things restarting again and As ever if you've got experiences of property market that you'd like to tell us about maybe you're trying to sell a house at the moment or trying to buy one and being out bid on your offer we would love to hear from you..

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"tax relief" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"tax relief" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

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"tax relief" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"tax relief" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Gallery and don't stand if you're a black politician when the president acknowledges lowering unemployment rates in the black community you sit there with scowls on your face i guess if you're a black politician and low unemployment rates occur for the black community it doesn't count when it's a white republican president named trump i guess i don't know what the rule is should on your hands and look like your constant paid i don't know what that rulers i don't know why you sit there and not clapper americans when the president talks about people getting bonuses and inc in and tax relief in 2018 i don't know how you don't clapper that because you're not clapping the who you're not clapping for the american people you're you're deliberately not clapping for the american people yours the democrats let's just get it out on the table they looked brutal last night they looked terrible and poor joe kennedy with the rebuttal nobody can hear the rebuttal because he had a peculiar physical thing going on and you know i wanted to talk i mean he's a good looking guy i could be mistaken any day for an extra as job of the hut in the star wars movie so i'm not i'm not trying to disparage the guy's looks but as you know if you are online last night or even reading about it today he had a peculiar shall we say drool coming down his face as the democrat response of course he's the latest in the kennedy dynasty who wants to be a pol wanted to be a politician he gave the democrat response and the response was of course they write these things before the speeches even deliver even rat read it but the sprint the the response was assured of a disconnect but you had to see the video he had like drool and spittal coming down the side of his cheek out of his mouth and it looked like he was slobbering i'm not trying to make fun of this everyone has their moment never marco rubio grab in the water and george h w bush look at it as watch these guys all had their moments that they wish they could take back poor joe kennedy he just look like liquid was losing out of the corner of his mouth and it was hard to pay attention to his words because you were looking at alan aid was in.

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"tax relief" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

02:37 min | 3 years ago

"tax relief" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"Gallery at don't stand if you're a black politician when the president acknowledges lowering unemployment rates in the black community you sit there with the scowl on your face i guess if you're a black politician and low unemployment rates occur for the black community it doesn't count when it's a white republican president name trump i guess i don't know what the rule is the should on your hands and look like your constant painted i don't know what that rulers i don't know why you sit there and not clap for americans when the president talks about people getting bonuses and inc in and tax relief in 2018 i don't know how you don't clapper that because you're not clapping the who you're not clapping for the american people you're you're deliberately not clapping for the american people yours the democrats let's just get it out on the table they looked brutal last night they looked terrible and poor joe kennedy with the rebuttal nobody can hear the rebuttal because he had a peculiar physical thing going on and you know i'm one to talk i mean he's a good looking guy i could be mistaken any day for an extra as job of the hut in the star wars movie so i'm not i'm not trying to disparage the guy's looks but as you know if you are online last night or even reading about it today he had a peculiar shall we say drool coming down his face as the democrat response of course he's the latest in the kennedy dynasty who wants to be apollo wanted to be a politician he gave the democrat response and the response of course they write these things before the speeches even deliver even rat read it but the sprint the the response was just sort of a disconnect but you had to see the video he had like drool and spittal coming down the side of his cheek out of his mouth and it looked like he was slobbering i'm not trying to make fun of this everyone has their moment member marco rubio grabbing the water and george h w bush look at it as watch these guys all had their moments if they wish they could take back poor joe kennedy he just looked like liquid was losing out of the corner of his mouth and it was hard to pay attention to his words because you were looking at ellen aid was.

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"tax relief" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"tax relief" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

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"tax relief" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

WJNT 1180 AM

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"tax relief" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

"We can talk about what's right or wrong but until there is a full repeal of obamacare politically the only thing they're going to get away with is pumping a ton more public money into right and and and i i think the democrats aren't sure where to go because when you look at it they're not gonna they're not gonna make the fight over daca right now they're just not why do it what you're not going to fight it over legal immigration you're not and and then with the individual mandate democrats really aren't going to fight for the individual mandate because it universally hated right so what are you going to do you're going to you're going to sit there and say but we are going to go into 2018 uh and and you're going to say okay you know what the republicans couldn't get it done but we got it done with the the republicans to fully fund obamacare and we were the ones that got them across the line two to do so next year because obviously they couldn't do it on their own uh and and so that's where the i think that they'll try to you know to take some advantage of it but then republicans by getting rid if if if the uh reconciliation between the senate and house gets rid of the obamacare mandate it opens up a lot more money were i believe then they're going to have a cap on state local taxes also where you'll still be able to deduct part of it the majority of the middle class sowed only affects the real high wage journalists in those particular states and you know you will get a bill that will be more palatable that bellevue and say okay we can pass this bill say we gave middleclass tax relief walk still keeping in on only know class tax relief of we kept your deductions for the middle class and even the upper middleclass some for the majority of the upper middle class but the rich we soaked yeah i'm with you i think the democrats the republicans can say the react we so.

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"tax relief" Discussed on KKAT

KKAT

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"tax relief" Discussed on KKAT

"To home leeds wherever he cut back your body on larry kudlow you can tweet me at larry underscore kudlow agree or disagree uh those civility please but happy to take everybody on we have gotten as the tweet yet but we will i want to continue the tax discussion it really is the number one issue in washington dc it has farreaching effects throughout the american economy it does seem to have a lotta momentum but of course as always with these big bills you've got details to deal with we had senator ron johnson on in the prior halfhour talking about his concern that uh smaller businesses pass rues are not getting as much tax relief a is they should be as the sea corpse are uh so let's talk about that and many other issues there is nobody who knows the tax story better than my powell dan clifton his partner and head of policy research at the strategic us investment firm and he's going to walk us through dan first of all thank sppreciation come back on thank you for having me larry i i mean he's very start with sarah johnson is very interesting to me you know depending on how you calculated but it appears to be the case that uh seek corpse got a better deal than will call escorts for pastors but what surprised me was he wants his biggest thing is to equalise salts the state local reduction in fact that the small business apparently pay salt the taxes and the large business don't and he wants to equal footing to have the larger businesses pay the salt state local tax uh uh issue which has been in the.

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"tax relief" Discussed on AM 870 The Answer

AM 870 The Answer

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"tax relief" Discussed on AM 870 The Answer

"Boost uh big corporations boost growth boost wages boost jobs bagged szabo things chris suffers do you know that the effective us corporate tax rate is much lower some people put it around twenty percent because corporations take a lot of these deductions trump ju corporate tax reform but we should do name the national debt by one point five trillion and still ask means a middleclass taxpayers to pay for it you know about a third of stockholders are foreigners now asking machine taxpayers to finance tax relief for people who are foreign stockholders corporation of america are making record profits wages are pretty flat this notion that somehow we gotta give break took durations and it's going to trickle down and lift wages by what we're seeing right now and in fact as you know the ceos from around the country have been reporting that they're going to that warstyle jobs so at the end of the day this is a proposal where middleclass tax payers in suburbs and other up places around the country are gonna be pay for the tax cuts a big corporations right senator van hollen thank you thanks for your time as we can always good to talk with you sir good to be with you uh oneday group to discuss the key takeaways big wins on tuesday night plus what would you like to ask the final above judge roy moore what should the republican party do go to facebook or twitter at fox news.

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"tax relief" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"tax relief" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Think about my time with him and it was here to short years put it was watching how he carried himself what he meant to others is unique and and uh i guess what you think about these types of things you you you considers off lucky if you have to cross pows was like that and we both did so we were lucky well here's so here's the next question in the you know he mentioned the fact that he would like to stay in the game is that a guy you kick the tires on it at once he has a family time deceive more i think so i think someone like him whatever he chooses to do will have that opportunity yeah it also of guy he knows it might not be and it to us so you know at some point is life you prior after role to sleeves and spend a little time some more but he's a he's a very capable man end and obviously is very close and and huge ties to puerto rico and given where they are i imagine he's going to go back and and work on natural oba john is always we thank you for the time i get the feeling this will be very intriguing off season as far as players concern so we'll stay in touch in watches thing unfold dr bags why i can i hope so thank you sir let's jumble sale i tell my clay warns the president has put forth the tax relief plan we get this passed which i really believe we will we have to was once a gop degree play that we're here of the drought accomplish thanks for the american people hope we can create economic growth we are going to bring real change to detach till or their concerns they got to find a way to pay for it in the putting it on the backs of the middle what happens next happens parameters of it will no nothing like look passes complex i dunno kelly i think i think we may beyond the something here newsradio one of them twenty kmox the head coach the st louis blues he is.

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"tax relief" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

02:36 min | 3 years ago

"tax relief" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"To buy ads on black radio you want prospects not suspects so is like our community always seen as suspects that is the language that will views by this owner of the texans and he apologized but he said and the players tyga me yesterday serve a lot of talk about the continued to protest the continued investigation now reaping two indictments and then we are seeing on wednesday they are support to present don't lose sight of this they are supposed to produce and present there tax reform bill and oh this tax reform bill will in many ways we feel our show that it is leia that is a tax break for the rich and has little to do with a tax relief for the working class and the poor the people that mr trump promised clearly are not the people that are going to benefit from this and certainly our community is not going to benefit from this so there is a lacked for you to eggs hail on a lacked for you to talk about and we want you to be able to express it talk about it and deal with it all you have to do is call and a one eight seven seven five three two five seven nine seven one eight seven seven five three two five seven nine seven twitter dot com though rao twitter dot com the river down.

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"tax relief" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"tax relief" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"Need that money overseas brought home we need that money infused into our domestic economy as all they're just excited as they can beat a cut the corporate rate thirty five to twenty also keep in mind that there are exceptions but for the wrong tents purposes corporations don't pay taxes they find a way to recoup whatever they pay in taxes in either increased prices or paying fewer dividends to stockholders or any number of ways with the when you run the numbers the end of every year corporations actually don't pay by pay taxes they were they but but they're not the ones that do it they get the money from others but look at the principal we need to lower them rate to incentivize these corporations to hire more and to invest more but when it comes to wealthy individual tax payers some how that whole line of thinking vanishes and is replaced by we need to punish them uh they don't need tax relief corporations apparently do but individuals don't now what they will tell tell you out there bill is that the changes they are making in that pass through on this subject s which is where a lot of small business owners file is going to be a great benefit but that's not exactly who were talking about here back here in just a second british still big wherever plus grow looser at us.

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"tax relief" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"tax relief" Discussed on WTMA

"That that that would be next but i don't think that that's what they were talking about i mean i know i i don't well again that they they actually don't know what they're talking about because if you're saying i'm concerned about tax relief for the poor they don't pay taxes no need to be concerned what what i liked was the the one in i don't have it here in this story but you had it and that story where they s o what's what's more important uh uh uh tax cuts for the rich or deficit reduction yes 75 percent of republicans said that tax cuts for the wealthy were less important than deficit reduction well wouldn't that always be the case i mean if you're just if you're saying if you're prior were if your priorities you know if the if you're listening your priorities in this rank higher equation when the deficit always be above tax cuts for the wealthy in terms of those priorities while a significant portion of republicans we said nobody really cares about the dead anymore there i saw my we know listen to us at the care about it and i believe conservatives care about the debt but it's also the thing that people love to say well no i i'm concerned about the dead yet they're really not the question that should be asked is a tax cut more important to you or deficit reduction exactly that's the question that should be asked the question should be asked is what's more important eu deficit reduction or tax reduction for somebody else who was an you right which would you choose if you could choose a tax cut for you yourself or your household right or no tax cuts and a focus on deficit reduction other would there be a variety of answers.

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"tax relief" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"tax relief" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"Need ad money brought home here we need that money overseas brought home we need that money infused into our domestic economy as well they're just excited as they can beat a cut the corporate rate 35 to twenty also keep in mind that there are exceptions but for the wrong purposes corporations don't pay taxes they find a way to recoup whatever they paying taxes in either increased prices or paying fewer dividends to stockholders or any number of ways would the when you run the numbers the end of every year corporations actually don't pay pay taxes they were they but but they are not the ones that do it they get the money from others but look at the principal we need to lower that rate to incentivize these corporations to hire more and to invest more but when it comes to wealthy individual tax payers some how that whole line of thinking vanishes and is replaced by we need to punish them uh they don't need tax relief corporations apparently do but individuals don't now what they will tell well you out there bill is that the changes they are making in the past through on the subway ads which is where a lot of small business owners file is going to be a great benefit but that's not exactly who were talking about here back here and rush limbaugh see you i.

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"tax relief" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"tax relief" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Need that money overseas brought all we need that money infused into our domestic adt com as well they're just excited as they can beat a cut the corporate rate thirty five to twenty also keep in mind that there are exceptions but for the for frontex purposes corporations don't pay taxes they find a way to recoup whatever they pay in taxes and either increased prices or paying fewer dividends to stockholders or any number of ways with the when you run the numbers the end of every year corporations actually don't pay by pay taxes they were they but but they're are not the ones that do it they get the money from others but look at the principal we need to lower their rate to incentivize these corporations should awe hire more and to invest more but when it comes to wealthy individual tax payers some how that whole line of thinking vanishes and is replaced by we need to punish them uh they don't need tax relief corporations apparently do but individuals don't now what they will tell well you out there bill is that the changes they are making in that pass through on this subject s which is where a lot of small business owners file is going to be a great benefit but that's not exactly who were talking about here back here rush limbaugh.

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"tax relief" Discussed on KKAT

KKAT

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"tax relief" Discussed on KKAT

"The last eight years we had encouraged aarp as mrs to hold cash overseas because of a tax policy that was outlined with the rest of the world so anyway i'm not saying it's all about tax but i am saying when we look at additional drivers beyond the earnings themselves and this global synchronized recovery we've also got him several baid your jurisdiction at least considerations the same as ours about the potential for tax relief guy johnny what where's the downside threat as i guess what we all sam pretty optimistic today where's that where's the real threat what are we messing where where with a contrary and come mattis uh you know a hammer and tongs down but thread larry and i think you would agree with this although i don't think you had the same um well used the word vitriol that that i have probably little extreme but i think the real threat with miffed up and i gotta tell you and i did this for quite some time the trader the easiest thing to do is get into a position so i'll quit that north central bank corp federal reserve they got into the largest prop trade in the history of mankind and they did it relatively easily the hard part is as most traders no is getting out and that's what they're on the verge of now so look so far so good the team to be thing everything the market what the here i think much of it is wishful thinking in terms of how they're going to exit the thing but nobody done this before i certainly don't know how they're going to get out and i would suggest to you and i'm sure you probably harbour some of the same feeling i don't think they know either although the fed misstep or central bank mid stepped or the thing that could derail the now these are good points and in fact i come back later and just talk about who the next fed head is going to be the.

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"tax relief" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"tax relief" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"And day in a speech in indiana i think the american people will be excited about the size of tax relief that he's kind of deliver for the american people and i think one of the reasons for choosing indiana obviously if it we need that to me bipartisan bill he'll be helpful if it is and we are in anxious to get joe donnelly support for this effort but additionally indiana the home of governor mike pence who pathologic tax relief in the history of the state of indiana when he was governor and i think it's appropriate star place in america to make our kate america people as the way to get the economy growing again it to provide tax relief that they need is the president during the babe ruth on this went pointing to the bleachers picking a shot saying it's going over the wall i think the president is really excited to to leave speaking about tax reform and the need for us to get this economy grow it again i think he believe the for far too long the corporate rate in america have been outdated our tax system provides a competitive disadvantage four american company that the competitive advantage for foreign companies his wife pelmeni companies fled shores in america relocate overseas and it's time to bring the jobs back hue and providing that tax reform and tax relief in the first step in making sure that this economy growing but also there were bringing jobs home which is a lot of that the president was eight and a half central to his campaign i get that i liked that framework i i'm even reconciled to the deletion of the state and local income tax deduction which i think we'll have some consequences but it's got the pass the.

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