kilativ (kilativ) wrote,

Кому война, а кому мать родна

Богатые нихрена не плачут.

At least 43,000 American millionaires who are too rich to get coronavirus stimulus checks are getting a far bigger boost — averaging $1.6 million each, according to a congressional committee.
The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act trumpeted its assistance for working families and small businesses, but it apparently contains an even bigger benefit for wealthy business owners, the committee found.
The act allows pass-through businesses — ones taxed under individual income, rather than corporate — an unlimited amount of deductions against their non-business income, such as capital gains, the Washington Post said. They can also use losses to avoid paying taxes in other years.
That gives the roughly 43,000 individual tax filers who make at least $1 million a year a savings of $70.3 billion — or about $1.6 million apiece, according to the Joint Committee on Taxation.
Hedge-fund investors and real estate business owners are “far and away” the ones who will benefit the most, tax expert Steve Rosenthal told the Washington Post.

Учитывая потери на рынке, богатых просто освободили от налогов. Причем не только на этот год, а и на последующие - carry over loses. Вери гуд бизнес. Это касается в основном тех, кого рабочая Америка (и демократы и республиканцы) ненавидят лютой ненавистью - хедж-фонд банкиров и крупных лендлордов. И да, семейство Трампа ОЧЕНЬ сильно выиграет на этом. Вот вам и кооператив Озеро и коррупция в одном флаконе.
Tags: Америка, банкстеры, жулики и воры, коррупция

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