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Katie Porter Feb 11
The average tax refund is down by 8.4% this year. Orange County families can no longer deduct their full state & local tax bills. The SALT changes in the are bad for working families
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Zero Jordon Feb 10
Nothing turns a Republican into a Democrat faster than fucking with their money. The problem with being cutthroat self-centered asshats, is at some point, someone in a better position than you looks out for themselves. So have you tards learned your lesson yet?
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Rep. Val Demings Feb 11
The IRS says that due to the passed by the Republicans last year, the average tax refund will be $170 less this year. Democrats will work to reverse the misguided Trump/GOP tax plan, which prioritizes the wealthiest Americans over working families.
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Memphis Native Feb 11
Didn’t think I would ever see the day when I’d be paying more taxes under a republican than a democrat. 2020 can’t be here soon enough.
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The End Result Feb 11
Getting $36 Tax Refund this year...wow. Won't even pay for my taxes to be done! Last year's return - $1200 with everything remaining the same! ,
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Donald J. Drumpf Feb 9
Many people are saying they is turning into a disaster, but everyone in my Cabinet says they are a HELLUVA lot richer and one senior citizen, Mr. Sheldon Adelson of Las Vegas, Nevada says he made an extra $670 million this year, so
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L. Quinctius Cincinnatus Feb 7
Replying to @_hesh_
Last year we got about $550 back. This year with no changes in anything I owe $7300. WTF!?
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Gavin Newsom Feb 10
The took care of the big banks, while everyone else is picking up the tab. Not only is it unfair — but it’s downright shameful.
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Mark Takano Feb 11
Today’s tea: ) ) ) ) ( ) ) _(___(____)____(___(__ _ \ / \ Average tax / | \ refunds /____| \ are down / \ 8.4% / \___________/
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Adam Schiff Feb 12
Who could have predicted that middle class Americans would be in for a big disappointment when their tax refunds came this year? Who would have thought that the GOP tax cut would only benefit the wealthy and not working families? Everyone. We all saw this coming.
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Made_In_America746 Feb 11
Replying to @realDonaldTrump
Funniest thing ever just happened. My coworker who "was" a Trump voter came to work pisssed off. Saying he screwed us, he screwed is. He filed his taxes last night guess he was planning on paying off a motorcycle he wanted but got half the refund he was expecting...
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Kyle Griffin Feb 11
Millions filling out their 2018 taxes will probably be surprised to learn their refunds will be less than expected or that they owe money after years of receiving refunds. People are already using the hashtag to vent their anger.
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Richard Hine Feb 9
Like most scam artists, Trump usually skips town before his marks realize they've been conned. This time around, the whole country's on to him and he's got nowhere to hide.
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Sheldon Whitehouse Feb 11
The big was all about providing big benefits for big donors, so no one should be surprised that tax refunds will shrink for millions.
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Rep. Pramila Jayapal Feb 11
It was a scam then, it's a scam now. transferred $1.5 trillion from working people to the wealthiest. People are seeing it all play out now.
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Wisdom Rocks Feb 10
DEMs Warned America This Would Happen. The Was Deliberately Designed As A HUGE To ONLY Benefit The Wealthy. No - The Average Family Will NOT Receive An Extra $4,000 Tax Refund. Your Taxes Might Increase.
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George Takei Feb 9
If your taxes are much higher than you expected, if your refund is a joke this year, be sure to speak out on social media. The needs to be discussed and exposed, and there should be political consequences for those who voted for it and who signed it into law.
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Red™️ Feb 11
In order to pay for the , I'm going to have to suspend all deposits to my son's college fund and my retirement fund for at least the next twelve months. That covers 2018. If my 2019 taxes are the same, rinse and repeat. My and my sons future are funding the top 1%
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Richard Hine Feb 10
Replying to @realDonaldTrump
The biggest con ever pulled off was to convince working people he gave a shit about them
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Ryan Knight 🇺🇸 Feb 7
To Republicans who will pay more in taxes this year because of the : We warned you in 2016 — None of you listened We warned you again in 2018 — A few of you listened We’re warning you right now for 2020 — It’s time to start listening 🌊
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