payroll taxes

Help for new moms and dads, without new middle class taxes.
After studying our Social Security history and current system weaknesses, I have arrived at these suggested modifications that the president and Congress should consider. For one, retirement age and entitlement to Social Security benefits should be a function of a person's occupation.
New transportation technologies will delink our economy and security from the global oil market, helping offer relief from the high gas bills straining family budgets. It's time to get serious about embracing these solutions.
When Congress comes back next week, Washington will increasingly focus on what it calls "fundamental" tax reform. But it won't be entertaining reform capable of fundamentally shifting employment patterns and generating the jobs we need.
The payroll tax hike may not be derailing the economic recovery after all. Forty-eight percent of Americans did not even
I am thrilled by the emergence of a new class of companies which offer enterprise technology solutions that are specifically aimed at companies in developing nations.
It is time for all top wage earners and all the other Social Security mythmakers to put away their bad ideas and silence their propaganda for the real good of America.
Economists estimate the payroll tax hike will reduce household incomes by a collective $125 billion this year. Some households
At the stroke of midnight, your effective salary will shrink. Passed in 2011, the payroll tax cut temporarily lowered the
The "tax the rich" policies so far being discussed (at least the ones that leak out to the public) are laughably timid and tame, when you really examine the big picture.
There are many ways to make those who pay taxes less likely to notice the burden, and this is especially true when it comes to taxing those who are poor.
ABOARD AIR FORCE ONE, Oct 27 (Reuters) - President Barack Obama will continue to push for middle-class tax cuts as part of
"I think people realize that was a temporary thing," said Sen. Mark Begich, D-Alaska. Rep. Richard Neal of Massachusetts
Nalco Company, the maker of Corexit used to disperse oil from the BP spill, is using Louisiana state credits to build an $18.7 million polymer facility at its Garyville plant -- 35 miles upriver from New Orleans.
Congress moving forward with a proposal to restrict the Child Tax Credit refund to taxpayers who have a SSN will have the most devastating impact on children.
Such campaigns serve dual functions for Democrats by both portraying them as fighters for a middle-class tax cut and highlighting