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Other Taxes

Federal, State and local governments have many ways to raise revenue through other taxes.  Many of these other taxes pay for specific programs.

Among them is unemployment insurance.  Although called an insurance, it is a federally mandated tax implemented by the States to provide a minimum income to those who have become unemployed through no fault of their own while they look for another job.  Unemployment insurance is paid by employers for the benefit of their employees.

Another tax is the federal excise tax.  Excise taxes apply to products such as gasoline and other fuels, tobacco products, firearms, alcohol and a few other products.

There are other taxes too numerous to mention that usually apply to specific products for specific programs.  Congress loves to find a product and look for a new way to tax it and create something new to spend the money the tax brings in.

 

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House GOP Lawmakers Look To Delay Cadillac Tax, Other ACA Taxes ModernHealth...
ModernHealthcare.com House GOP lawmakers look to delay Cadillac tax, other ACA taxes ModernHealthcare.com The Affordable Care Act taxes are all on the U.S. House of Representatives39 chopping block. Republicans on the House Ways and Means Committee introduced a bundle of bills on Tuesday to delay the Cadillac tax, employer mandate and other taxes that One casualty of the tax bill compromise: Obamacare mandateCrainaposs Chicago Business Republicans propose to delay, pause Obamacare taxesReuters all 94 news articles raquo

Rubio To Vote Against GOP Tax Bill Unless Tax Credit For Working Poor Is Expa...
Washington Post Rubio to vote against GOP tax bill unless tax credit for working poor is expanded Washington Post Sen. Marco Rubio informed Senate leaders Thursday he intends to vote against Republicans39 1.5 trillion tax plan unless it includes a larger expansion of a child tax credit. I understand that this is a process of give and take, especially when there39s Rubio a 39no39 on tax reform unless child tax credit expandedPolitico Here39s What the Final Tax Reform Plan Could Look LikeMotley Fool Use this calculator to see how the tax bill affects your paycheck CNN Greensburg Daily News The Hill The Mercury News all 1,925 news articles raquo

Walden Says Revised GOP Tax Bill Preserves Key Oregon Deductions OregonLive.com
OregonLive.com Walden says revised GOP tax bill preserves key Oregon deductions OregonLive.com Oregonians deducted 8.5 billion in state and local taxes in 2015, the most recent year for which data is available. Eliminating the income tax deduction could have cost Oregonians hundreds of millions of dollars, which would have partially or and more raquo

Trends In State Tax Policy, 2018 Tax Foundation
Tax Foundation Trends in State Tax Policy, 2018 Tax Foundation State tax changes are not made in a vacuum. States often adopt policies after watching peers address similar issues. Several notable trends in tax policy have emerged across states in recent years. Four states cut corporate income taxes in 2017, three and more raquo

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