The Finance 202 project: GOP to repeal the property tax risks making your tax plan more unpopular


Chairman of the Ways and Means Committee of the House of Representatives. Kevin Brady (R-Calif.). (Reuters / Aaron P. Bernstein)

If you did not know him better, you might think that some Republicans were trying to see how low they can boost public support for their tax plan.

It's already home in the basement, with asymmetric majorities of voters constantly telling pollsters that rewriting the code by the Republican Party will benefit the rich more than the middle clbad. On Thursday, 54 House Republicans joined behind a seemingly tailor-made push to bolster suspicion.

Your request, presented in a letter to your leadership: insist on negotiations of the conference to maintain the total repeal of the estate tax of the House of Representatives, instead of the Senate version , which doubles the current exemption to $ 22 million for couples.

"I finish with all the political arguments, 'Hey, it's a political deal easier to do it this way', particularly taking into account the perceptions of the president," Rep. Warren Davidson (R-Ohio) , who organized the letter, he tells me, referring to estimates that the total repeal would save President Trump's heirs $ 1.1 billion. "But the reality is that this is just a fundamental issue about, for me, a tax that seems immoral … It has been a long-term republican platform position, for me, it's important to do the things we said we were going to do "

The letter arrived hours after the launch of a national survey that shows, once again, that tax pressure remains very unpopular among voters . Sixty-nine percent of respondents in the CBS News poll said the proposal would benefit wealthy Americans; Less than a quarter said he would help his own family.

And it also comes after a new report showing that the richest 1 percent of American households owns 40 percent of the nation's wealth, a higher proportion than at any point since at least 1962 . That wealth gap is widening, with the share of wealth held by the 1 percent rising by almost three percentage points since 2013.

Some conservatives objected to the total repeal of the estate tax, including Josh Holmes, ex Chief of Staff of Senate Majority Leader Mitch Mcconnell (R-Ky.):

That's why it's hard for Republicans to have good things.

– Josh Holmes (@HolmesJosh) December 7, 2017

And the radio host and blogger Erick Erickson:

Unpopular opinion with my friends, but would rather have the tax credit plan for children Marco Rubio and Mike Lee than the eradication of the estate tax.

– Erick Erickson (@EWErickson) December 7, 2017

Republican negotiators try to resolve the differences between the invoices of the two chambers in time for Get a package for the president before Christmas. Given that both versions exhausted the deficit spending of $ 1.5 billion that their budget plans allowed, deciding what ends in the final product requires making decisions among competing demands.

The Republicans who signed Davidson's letter are not the only ones who believe that the repeal of the estate tax deserves priority. The chairman of the Ways and Means Committee of the House of Representatives Kevin Brady (R-Tex.) Said the tax is "simply wrong" and pledged to fight for the total repeal at the conference, according to Joseph Lawler of Washington Examiner. (There are Republican negotiators in the Senate from both sides.) Democratic Senator Rob Portman points to the meager income by arguing in favor of the Senate version, which is $ 68 billion cheaper, while Senator John Thune adopts the position of the lower house)

The defenders of the revocation of the estate tax argue in favor of a part of the population increasingly reduced and extremely rich. As The Post's Glenn Kessler points out, since successive congresses began to reduce revenue four decades ago, the number of properties captured has decreased from 139,000 in 1977 to 52,000 in 2000 to only 5,500 this year. Approximately half of the subjects would pay an average tax of approximately 9 percent. And although Trump's campaign plan called for the tax to be repealed, as Glenn points out, the bill pbaded by the House of Representatives goes further by also protecting badets inherited from capital gains taxes that would otherwise be they would face

"I think it should be a remarkably low priority for tax cuts," says Michael Graetz, a law professor at Columbia University and a former Treasury Department official under George H.W. Bush, whose 2006 book, "Death by a Thousand Cuts," chronicled the history of lobbying on inheritance taxes.

Defenders of the total repeal, he said, "are hidden behind farmers and small businesses, but the income from property taxes comes virtually from the wealth of the portfolio." Once you have an exemption of $ 22 million, the only people who pay the estate tax are the hundred millionaires and billionaires. "

The entrance of a production facility of Mars Inc. near Topeka, Kansas. (AP / Orlin Wagner) [19659003] In fact, the Mars family – owners of the candy empire with an estimated value of 78 billion dollars, which makes them the third richest clan in the country – continues to actively lobby on the subject, as shown by the lobbying records. "As a family business, we support significant corporate tax reforms and estate tax reforms, which allow us to grow, reinvest in our company and continue to create jobs in the United States," Denise Young, Mars Incorporated global director of external communications, he said in a statement.

Jamie Richardson, vice president of the White Castle burger chain – as well as a family business since its founding in 1921 – said repealing the tax would strengthen a business model that, unlike public companies, does not work with the eye put on Wall Street and short-term returns. The company aims to get $ 700 million in revenues this year, "but that is reinvested in the business and the margins are small," he said.

"Of course there are going to be difficult decisions," Richardson said of the end of the tax debate. "It's about achieving lower rates and making sure the benefits are real for all American citizens." We truly believe that this is something that will unleash many opportunities for many family businesses to grow and prosper. "He plans to travel from Columbus, Ohio to Washington next week to present the case to lawmakers in person.

Meanwhile, Davidson , whose eighth district stretches across the state's western border and extends east toward Columbus, said "it's important that we do the things we've told the American people we're going to do." [19659006] Davidson added that it would derogate the estate tax at the top of its list of last minute editions of the tax package, and more importantly, he said, the final product should repeal the alternative minimum tax and make the individual rate cuts permanent. 19659024] You are reading The Finance 202, our tip sheet to read about where Wall Street is with Washington. ] Not a regular subscriber?


Theresa May, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, left, shakes hands with Jean-Claude Juncker, president of the European Commission on Friday. (Dario Pignatelli / Bloomberg)

Brexit breakthrough . Alex Barker, Jim Brunsden and Arthur Beesley of FT: "Britain has reached a historic agreement in terms of exit from the EU, enshrining special rights for 4 million citizens and paying € 40 billion to € 60 billion in an agreement Brexit divorce divorce clears the way for business negotiations next year. Theresa May, the UK prime minister, and Jean-Claude Juncker, president of the European Commission, met in Brussels early on Friday to sign a 15-page "progress report" that will allow The EU negotiators recommended opening a second phase of talks on post-Brexit relations, the breakthrough came after a week of great drama in Brussels and Westminster on the Northern Ireland border, with original commitments that the Democratic Unionist Party abandoned on Monday and Mrs. May's parliamentary allies Arlene Foster, ld DUP, made clear that he had reservations about the final wording of the agreement, but told Sky News that he had ensured "substantial changes" in the text. "

Some lines above, the court Esy of Bloomberg:

A Brexit agreement is reached:

• The EU cheers this" commitment "
• In our best interest, May says
• No promises hard Irish border
• EU ready to move to transition
• Guarantees for EU citizens
• Britain commits financially
• The pound is little changedhttps: // / rDf2oFWZ6B

– Bloomberg Brexit (@Brexit) December 8, 2017


The leader of the home minority Nancy Pelosi (D -California) and House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wis.), Speak as President Trump accompanied by Vice President Pence meets with Congress leaders in the Oval Office on Thursday. (Jabin Botsford / The Washington Post)

Congress avoids closure . Now, Mike DeBonis, of the newspaper The Post, said: "Congress approved a short-term spending agreement on Thursday, sending President Trump a bill to avoid a partial closure of the government and start a heated budget fight at the end of this month. Trump said he would sign the agreement, avoiding a government strike that had been set to take effect at 12:01 am on Saturday. The agreement does not resolve numerous debates on domestic spending, immigration and military funding that brought the government to the verge of partial closure leaving party leaders with a new date of December 22 for keep the government open.

There are clear obstacles to any long-term agreement, and leaders of both parties demand concessions in exchange for the support of their members. for the next government funding bill that includes increased domestic spending, legal status for undocumented immigrants brought to the United States as children and the priorities of other parties. Some Republicans are p to increase defense spending, while others have caused the government to reduce its main objective. "

Reminder: Stops are expensive . Jeff Stein of The Post:" On Wednesday, badysts at S & P Global said a shutdown would cost the economy about $ 6.5 billion. week, or about 0.2 percent of gross domestic product growth in the fourth quarter of 2017, while the impact of firing federal employees spreads "If there were a shutdown in the quarter, fourth quarter GDP would not have time to recover , which could shake investors and consumers and, as a result, possibly stifle any economic momentum, "the report says:" The moment could not be worse. "

Sen. Susan Collins (R-Maine). (AP Photo / J. Scott Applewhite)


Will Collins hang up? Sahil Kapur of Bloomberg: "The three most important stories in Washington – a comprehensive review of the US tax structure, a health care remodel and a spending bill that would prevent government shutdown – they depend, more or less, on a moderate Republican senator who says he has an agreement that could help them all. The only problem is that Senator Susan Collins's agreement could be quickly thrown out, putting the Maine legislator and her party in a squeeze when Republican leaders seek a big political victory in 2017

Collins joined 50 of his colleagues in the Republican Senate on Saturday to vote for tax legislation, but only after securing what is called a promise that Congress It would approve two more bills before the end of the year, both aimed at strengthening the insurance markets that experts say would be devastated by part of the project. Senate Bill: A repeal of the "individual mandate" imposed by the Obamacare Act of 2010. But Collins's promise came from … McConnell, who can not always deliver a vote in his own chamber, much less the one who is another side of the capital. It is not clear that any of the health bills negotiated by Collins reach anywhere in the House, where the Conservatives consider at least one of the measures with disdain.

& # 39; I was not part of those conversations, House Speaker Paul Ryan told reporters on Thursday when he was asked about Collins' negotiation with McConnell. "I'm not very familiar with those conversations."

International changes can wait . Richard Rubin of WSJ: "The prospect of starting a new international corporate tax system in 25 days is a bit daunting, and lawmakers can give more time for companies to adjust and for the Treasury Department to write the rules." Because that international provisions are complex, simply by nature (…) we have asked industries to request transition periods in certain areas, "Brady told reporters on Thursday." Most of those requests, I think, are very fair. "Mr. Brady, who will lead a conference committee of the House of Representatives and the Senate that resolves the differences between the two bills, said he had not yet spoken to his Senate colleagues on this issue. it was specific about what provisions might have different start dates. "

Biz concerned . Heather Long of the Post: "For the most part, businesses have encouraged Republican taxes since House first introduced its plan on November 3. The Dow Jones industrial average rose more than 700 points (3 percent) in November. But much of the euphoria stopped in the early hours of Saturday morning, when the Senate hurriedly pbaded its bill and business leaders woke up to realize that they were not getting such good treatment after all. The biggest last-minute change the Senate made was keeping the corporate alternative minimum tax (AMT) at 20 percent, the same rate as the new, much lower, corporate tax rate. means it is that many companies could not take deductions and credits to reduce their tax bill below 20 percent …

Manufacturing companies, the same companies at which President Trump promised to help in the campaign, they would be especially harmed. .. Half a dozen lobbyists who spoke on condition of anonymity because they are not authorized to speak in public, describe frenzied calls on Monday when technology and industrial companies tried to find a way to get Republicans to correct the account. By Wednesday, top executives were talking to Gary Cohn, Trump's chief economic officer, and Sen. Patrick J. Toomey (R-Pa.). "

From Jim Pethokoukis of AEI:

It's time for a big tax cut funded by Goldman Sachs deficit:" We estimate that non-farm payrolls increased 225k in November, above the 195k consensus ".

– James Pethokoukis (@JimPethokoukis) December 7, 2017

Next year's headlines: Home Depot announces the buyback of shares David Lynch of The Post: "With low unemployment and a high demand for new homes, a company like Home Depot could spend most of its surplus billions in increases for workers or the launch of new stores. Instead, the world's largest home improvement chain announced this week that it is using $ 15 billion to buy back its own shares, a move that will reward shareholders, including Chief Executive Craig Menear and other top executives. Even when lawmakers at the Capitol began crafting the final version of a tax cut designed to give companies more money to invest, the Home Depot statement was a reminder that US companies may have other plans for that cash. "

Trump's wealthiest friends want more Damian Paletta and Josh Dawsey of the newspaper: "Some of President Trump's wealthiest friends in New York launched a last-minute campaign to pressure him for changes to the Republican Party's tax law, telling the president personally that the current plan would increase his taxes and damage his home state. Trump attended a fundraiser Saturday at the home of Stephen Schwarzman, executive director of the Blackstone Group and former leader of the Trump White House Strategy and Policy Forum, now dissolved. Longtime Trump friend Richard LeFrak, a New York real estate mogul who Trump said would play a major role in his infrastructure drive, also attended.

In fundraising, LeFrak asked Trump about making changes to the tax bill said people familiar with the exchange. LeFrak had previously expressed to the White House his concern that the tax bill could harm New York, and in particular his wealthy business clbad said people familiar with his thinking. At least one other donor joined to echo LeFrak, people said … In response, Trump told the group that he was aware of the concerns among his old friends and business partners, and that he understood them. "

Newman's Own Accidental Account Brian Faler of Politico: "A decision by the Senate parliamentarian could force the sale of the deceased actor Paul Newman's food company, and dismantle his charity. During the Senate's consideration of the Republicans' plans to rewrite the tax code, parliamentarian Elizabeth MacDonough adopted a provision that would have saved Newman & # 39; s Own from an unusual 200% tax it faces … When Newman , one of the greatest movie stars of the twentieth century, died in 2008, left the company to its foundation, which gives away its profits to charity. The problem is a 1969 tax law that prevents foundations from owning more than a small share in private companies. It was written with the objective of preventing rich people from using foundations as tax shelters, and imposes a deliberately confiscatory tax of 200 percent on those who do not discharge their business after a certain period of time. "

Harold Ford Jr. (AP / Mike Groll)

Ford fired The wave of revelations dragging the accused of badual abuse from power poles across the country has barely touched Wall Street. Kate Kelly of the NYT: "Harold Ford Jr., a congressman turned rainmaker of Wall Street, was fired by the financial services firm Morgan Stanley in recent days" for conduct inconsistent with our values ​​and in violation of our policies, "the company said in a statement on Thursday. Morgan Stanley refused to say specifically what motivated the dismissal. But it came after a woman who did not work at the firm accused Mr. Ford of acting inappropriately in a professional setting, according to a person informed about the details of the allegations …

In a statement provided by his lawyer Mr. Ford denied the claims and threatened to sue the bank and its accuser, whom he identified as a reporter, for damaging his reputation. "This just did not happen," Mr. Ford wrote. & # 39; I have never seized any woman or man in my life by force. He added that socializing with members of the press was part of his job, and said that "false claims like this undermine the true silence switches." … Mr. Ford appears regularly in the MSNBC & # 39; Morning Joe & # 39; "We are studying the report on Harold Ford Jr.," an MSNBC spokeswoman said. "During that time he will not be a guest on MSNBC."


Trump greets Lawrence Parry before signing a proclamation for National Pearl Harbor Day of Remembrance on Thursday. (Jabin Botsford / The Washington Post)

Planning an infrastructure plan . Mark Niquette of Bloomberg: "Trump plans to continue pushing his legislative agenda in 2018 by publishing his infrastructure proposal promised in early January," said a senior administration official … The president aims to publish a detailed document of principles, in Instead of a bill, to improve roads, bridges, airports and other public works before the State of the Union speech on January 30, said the administration official, who spoke on condition of anonymity because the details are not public Detractors must wait until they see the details and how the legislative process unfolds, the official said The White House plan is essentially complete and Trump reviewed it recently, the official said, requiring the allocation of at least $ 200 billion in federal funds for 10 years to stimulate at least $ 800 billion in spending by states, localities and the private sector " .

Seek funds for the locals. The Post's John Wagner: "Even though President Trump and the Republicans in Congress seek to cut federal taxes, the White House has quietly presented a very different infrastructure plan: wants to reward to states and localities willing to raise taxes or other revenues to pay for new projects The dynamics are key to the Trump administration's latest thinking on an infrastructure law designed to stimulate a $ 1 billion investment on the nation's bad roads, bridges, railroads and airports, originally touted by Trump as an initiative for the first 100 days, and one with the prospect of bipartisan support, has stalled in the midst of other legislative battles. The approach that is now contemplated is considered innovative by some infrastructure experts but also entails considerable political risks. icos and economic for Trump . "

Muzinich for undersecretary. Bloomberg Saleha Mohsin and Jennifer Jacobs:" Justin Muzinich, an advisor to Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin, is being considered to be nominated to be undersecretary of national finance, according to three people familiar with the matter. Muzinich, a former Morgan Stanley banker who joined Mnuchin's team in March as a counselor, has focused on the administration's tax plan. The undersecretary's position, which requires Senate confirmation, has remained vacant since Mary Miller left in 2014. People said no decision has been made on who will badume the role. "

(Rollback to August 4. The Finance 202:" It is said that Justin Muzinich, a former Wall Streeter who serves as a treasury adviser, will be promoted to undersecretary of domestic finance. ")


New emails show the follow-up after the meeting of Trump Tower .Jim Sciutto, Manu Raju and Jeremy Herb of CNN: "The British publicist who arranged the meeting of June 2016 with the Russians and Donald Trump Jr. sent several emails to a Russian participant and a member of Donald Trump's inner circle later that summer, several sources told CNN, the first indication that there was any follow-up after the meeting.

Emails raise new questions for congressional investigators about what was discussed at Trump Tower. Trump Jr. has argued for months that, after having promised him nothing would interest Hillary Clinton, the brief meeting focused almost exclusively on the issue of Russian adoptions and said there was no discussion with the participants after that session. The publicist's emails, Rob Goldstone, were discovered by congressional investigators and presented at Wednesday's confidential hearing with Trump Jr., who said he could not remember the interactions, several sources said.

None of the recently released emails were sent directly to Trump Jr. Surely they will be a topic during Goldstone's closed-door meetings with the House and Senate intelligence panels, which are expected to take place next week. "

The Russian executive sought to help Roz Helderman of the Post, Anton Troianovski and Tom Hamburger:" An executive of a leading Russian social media company made several openings to Donald Trump's presidential campaign in 2016 – including days before the November elections – urging the candidate to create a page on the website to attract Americans and Russians. The Vkontakte executive, or VK, the Russian equivalent of Facebook, sent an email to Donald Trump Jr. and social media director Dan Scavino in January and again in November last year, offering to help promote the Trump campaign to Its almost 100 million users, according to people familiar with the messages.

& # 39; They will be the main news in Russia & # 39; wrote Konstantin Sidorkov, director of partner marketing at VK, on ​​November 5, 2016. While Scavino expressed interest in learning more at one point, he is not clear if the campaign pursued the idea. A lawyer for Trump Jr. said his client relayed a discourse on the concept to Scavino earlier this year and could not recall any other discussion about it. "

Fox broadcasts to Mueller . Brian Stelter from CNN: "What does President Trump hear when he watches Fox News? He is hearing that the special investigation of lawyer Robert Mueller is "illegitimate and corrupt". Which is run by a "band of Trump enthusiasts" who try to reverse the election results. And that must be stopped. He is also hearing that the FBI is becoming "the secret police of the United States", similar to the KGB in Russia, full of "disease" and "corruption". These are all real quotes from some of President Trump's favorite talk shows. The general message of & # 39; Fox & Friends & # 39; and & # 39; Hannity & # 39; It is unmistakable: Mr. President, you are the victim of a plan of & # 39; deep state & # 39; to defeat him. Do not let it happen. "

Democrats ask Kushner if he sought help abroad for Family Tower

A group of Democratic lawmakers sent a letter to White House chief aide Jared Kushner, asking whether since the election of his father .. father-in-law Donald Trump has discussed with foreigners the financing of a Manhattan office tower owned by his family.



Performance curve reversed in 2018 is taking over the outlook for Wall Street [19659071] Wall Street is falling with a case of fever that crushes the curve After weeks of incessant narrowing of the spread between short and long-term Treasuries, strategists have no choice but to contemplate una curva de rendimiento invertida cuando elaboran perspectivas para 2018 y más allá




Del Christopher Ingraham de The Post: "La economía de los Estados Unidos está creando millonarios a un ritmo asombroso. ¿Pero qué está haciendo para todos los demás? "



  • La FDIC organiza un seminario web sobre la Guía de préstamos hipotecarios asequibles .


  • La Peterson Institution for International Economics presenta un libro de estreno para "Choque sobre el comercio: una historia de la política comercial de los EE. UU." En Dic. 11.

THE FUNNIES [19659006] De Tom Toles del Post:


Lo que sucedió entre el presidente Trump, el ex director del FBI James B. Comey y el ex asesor de seguridad nacional Michael Flynn ? Cronograma del Verificador de Hechos:

De Christopher Mbadie de CNN, un clip de 1997 del candidato Roy Moore del Senado de EE. UU.:

Quería compartir un video de Roy Moore en 1997 argumentando que los niños cometen disparos desde el coche porque se les enseña evolución en la escuela: "Están actuando como animales porque hemos taugueado ht ellos vienen de animales. "

– Christopher Mbadie (@chrismbadie) 7 de diciembre de 2017

Stephen Colbert habla sobre el testimonio de Donald Trump Jr. en la investigación de Rusia:

Late Night with Seth Meyers echó un vistazo más de cerca a la renuncia del senador Al Franken y al testimonio de Donald Trump Jr. en la investigación de Rusia:

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