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The fiscal cliff tax hikes alone are half a trillion dollars

Categories: Top Stories, Dealer News | Author: Amy Volk | Posted: 10/5/2012 | Views: 336

The fiscal cliff’s tax increase is $536 billion high, according to a new, nonpartisan analysis released on Oct. 1 by the Urban Institute and the Urban-Brookings Tax Policy Center. Adding up to nearly $3,500 per household, taxes would rise by that much in 2013 if Congress and the White House don’t do something to change the course of policy. It would raise federal tax collections by a fifth from what they would have been without the cliff.

The study—”Toppling Off the Fiscal Cliff: Whose Taxes Rise and How Much?”—doesn’t analyze the automatic-spending-cut part of the fiscal cliff, which amounts to more than $100 billion in 2013. The combination would be enough to knock the entire, fragile U.S. economy back into recession, estimate many economists.

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Source: Bloomberg Business Week

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Task Groups Complete Initial Work NAEDA board to consider recommendations for enhancing member service

For the past several months, eight task groups have been working behind the scenes to address the priorities or focus areas for transitioning NAEDA to a new governance model. Later this month, the task groups will present their findings and recommendations to the NAEDA Board of Directors for consideration. The meeting promises to be an exciting opportunity to plot the course for significant change within the association - change that will enhance service to the members and better position NAEDA for continued success.

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