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Joe Biden has vowed to get tough on big tech and tax breaks should he win the US presidential race in November, but analysts and legal experts note current global uncertainties could hinder Democratic challenger from shaking up Silicon Valley in the near term. Biden has pledged to raise the corporate tax rate to 28% from 21%, undoing some of the tax cuts implemented under the Trump administration. The former Vice President also aims to set a minimum tax of 15% on companies book income, or profits reported to shareholders, and to raise taxes on foreign earnings of US companies located overseas, two policies that directly impact the US tech sector. Specifically, Biden has criticized Amazon. Com Inc. And other large tech firms for not paying higher taxes, claiming his proposals would hold these companies more accountable by tightening current loopholes. However, while experts note tech giants are perhaps best - equipped to absorb future tax hike, they say that prioritizing tax reform could be difficult given the current partisan divide and ongoing coronavirus pandemic. Biden's proposal to raise the statutory corporate tax rate to 28% stands in stark contrast to the Trump administration's US Tax overhaul implemented in 2017, which slashed the corporate tax rate to 21% from 35%. But it is unclear how much Biden's proposed increase will impact tech firms, as the tech sector is notorious for having an effective tax rate that is significantly lower than the statutory rate, or percentage set by Federal law. Companies report their effective tax rate as a calculated figure that includes Federal, state, local and foreign taxes, as well as various tax breaks. All tell, information technology companies in the S & P 500 report an average effective tax rate of 14. 5% For 2019, 650 basis points below the 21% statutory rate. For 2016, companies report 24. 0% effective Tax rate, 1 100 basis points below 35% statutory rate. But it is the largest US tech companies, FAANG or FAAMG stocks Facebook Inc., Apple Inc., Amazon, Netflix Inc. Or Microsoft Corp., And Alphabet Inc.'s google LLC that have attracted most attention for their tax rates. Of that group, Facebook was the only company to report an effective tax rate AT or above the statutory rate in 2019. Netflix and Microsoft, meanwhile, reported the lowest effective tax rates last year, AT 9. 5% and 10. 2%, respectively. Historically, these tech companies kept their taxes low by stockpiling overseas earnings rather than repatriating those funds. Prior to 2017 Tax reform, 35% Tax had been placed on repatriated cash with Tax Credit For Foreign income taxes, and foreign - held funds would only be taxed if and when companies opt to repatriate them. As a result, companies keep their cash overseas, with Apple and Microsoft having more than 90% of their cash assets in foreign holdings. 2017 legislation shifts the US Tax statute toward a quasi - territorial system, removing 35% Tax on repatriated dividends and instituting one - time repatriation Tax on previously accrued Foreign - held funds.

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Benefits for Individuals and Families

The Biden Tax plan also emphasizes new and revised tax benefits for working families. A key element of Biden Policy is the use of tax credits, often refundable, rather than tax deductions, to counter greater savings that deductions provide to higher - income taxpayers compared to lower - and middle - income individuals. Retirement Tax benefits. One significant potential substitution of Tax Credit for present - law deduction applies to retirement savings. Biden's plan would include rules, details unspecified, to equalize tax benefits for contributions to 401s and other retirement plans across income scale. Depending on the design of the new provision, impact on high - income taxpayers could be substantial. For example, if the proposed revision of 401 contribution benefit entitles taxpayers with a marginal Tax rate of 35% to 20% Tax Credit instead of present laws Tax deduction, Tax savings for current, maximum annual contribution of $19 500 would decline from $6852 to $3900. Child and Dependent Care. Biden's plan would liberalize the Child and Dependent Care Tax Credit for qualified expenses. Credit would increase from the current maximum of $3 000 to $8 000, with a ceiling of $16 000 for multiple dependents. The Child Tax Credit would be fully refundable and rise from $2 000 to $3 000 for children aged 6 to 17, with credit of $3 600 allowed for children under age six. Present law threshold and phase - in limitations would be eliminate. Health insurance costs. As part of the former Vice presidents program to increase protections and assistance for health insurance access, Biden's plan would provide refundable Tax credits for healthcare insurance premiums intend to limit families ' spending on insurance premiums to no more than 8. 5% of their income. In addition, plan would increase tax benefits for purchase of long - term care insurance. First - time homebuyer Credit. Recognizing that home ownership is the foundation of family wealth accumulation, Biden's plan would reinstate the first - time homebuyer Tax Credit, originally created to help housing in the Great Recession. This credit would provide a maximum of $15 000 for first - time home purchasersand it would be refundable and advanceable in order to assist buyers at time of purchase, instead of making them wait until they file their taxes. Student debt help. The Biden Tax plan would provide some tax relief for the burden of student debt, in addition to adding more generous forgiveness and payment - deferral rules for present student loan programs. Under present law, amount of any loan forgiveness grant borrowers generally must be reported as taxable income, thereby imposing a new, similarly challenging economic burden. The tax feature of Biden student loan assistance would forgive the balance of borrowers ' outstanding student loan debt after 20 years without imposing any tax liability.

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Fact Check

A claim linking Joe Biden to Social Security taxes has been shared widely online, but it offers a misleading interpretation of how taxes were establish, Biden's role and Vice presidents Tax plan. Text posts shared on Facebook and Twitter where actor and wellspring of dubious claims James Woods garner more than 45 000 retweets make this claim: Prior to 1983, Social Security was not taxable. Joe Biden voted successfully in favor of taxing 50% of Social Security. In 1993, Joe Biden decided to vote to raise taxes on Social Security from 50% to 85%. Now he wants to tax our 401ks and IRAs well address each of three parts of that claim below. Prior to 1983, Social Security was not taxable. Joe Biden voted successfully in favor of taxing 50% of Social Security. That is not the whole story. Biden was one of 88 senators who voted for a bipartisan Bill in 1983 to tax up to 50% of Social Security for beneficiaries with income above a certain threshold. That vote came at a time when the Social Security trust fund for retirement benefits was running out of money. In the early 1980s, President Ronald Reagan, with Congressional leaders, convened a bipartisan commission to study the issue. In 1983, that commission issued a report that formed the basis for amendments to the Social Security program. Among recommendations in the report was that benefits should be taxed as income for recipients who had income over certain threshold. Congress set that threshold a little higher than recommend, at $25 000 for single people and $32 000 for married couples. That would be equivalent to about $64 000 and $82 000 TODAY, adjusted for inflation using the Bureau of Labor Statistics consumer price index calculator. A Senate Finance Committee report issued in March 1983 said that the Bill would ensure that those with low incomes wouldnt pay taxes, but those with substantial taxable income from other sources would be taxed on some of the benefits they receive. Income thresholds were indexed to inflation, though. So, as time goes on, inflation would rise but thresholds would remain the same, effectively lowering the bar that was intended to keep low - income beneficiaries from being Tax and adding more beneficiaries to the tax rolls. It should also be noted that thresholds werent hard line above which everyone would be treated the same. Rather, Bill set out a formula with gradual increase in the amount of benefits eligible to be tax, which maxed out at half of recipients benefits. All of the taxes collected on those benefits would go back into Social Security coffers. A Bill that included that change to the program passed in bipartisan vote in 1983. Biden was one of 88 senators who voted for it. Only nine senators voted against it. When Reagan signed the Bill into law, he praised bipartisan effort in his remarks and was joined by members of both parties. This Bill demonstrates for all time our nations ' ironclad commitment to Social Security, he say.


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China

President Donald Trump likes TO say that Joe Biden's agenda is MAKE in China. Yet in dealing with Beijing, two White House contenders may have more in common than meets eye. China Policy is just one international trade issue Trump and Biden are sparring over as the Nov. 3 election approaches. Trump has pushed AMERICA First Policy, withdrawing from the Trans - Pacific Partnership after taking office and remaking the North American Free Trade Agreement into the US - Mexico - Canada Agreement. Biden, meanwhile, was a free - trader as Senator and Vice President, backing Nafta and supporting the same Pacific deal Trump Back out OF. Here look at where Trump and Biden STAND on a few key trade issues. With Trump referring to TO coronavirus as a Chinese virus and saying hes uninterested in speaking with Chinese President Xi Jinping, further talks are at a standstill. Biden may keep Trumps tariffs on China if he WIN White House, even as he pledges TO STAND UP TO Chinese Governments abuses insist on fair trade. Now see: Trump threatens TO decouple the US economy from China, accuses Biden of treachery. I think he has TO keep Trumps tariffs on China, say Jon Lieber, Eurasia Groups managing Director FOR US. He ca just come into office and lower these things without getting significant concessions from Chinese. First, say Lieber, citing anti - China sentiment in the US and POTENTIAL blowback Biden would face FOR giving Beijing WIN. Tpp, UK deals: One OF Trumps ' first moves as President in January 2017 was to pull the US out OF Trans - Pacific Partnership, 12 - nation Trade deal. The deal was backed by the Obama Administration, and as President, Biden would have the opportunity TO reverse the Trumps decision. But the former Vice President has said he is not in a rush TO re - enter. During Democratic presidential debates, Biden said he wouldnt rejoin as initially put forward, and that pieces of IT should be renegotiate. He favor involving environmental and labor activists in talks. On the other side of world, Biden has said the UK shouldnt count on signing a trade deal with the US if agreement that brings peace TO Ireland becomes a casualty OF Brexit. Trump and UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson have made MAKE Agreement a priority. Also read: Biden TO Brexit Britain: No Trade deal With US if you mess with Ireland. Domestic MANUFACTURING: With US Unemployment above 8% as the country struggles with a coronavirus pandemic, Trade and MANUFACTURING Policy are key planks of each candidate's campaign. As Trump has blamed Biden's support FOR Nafta FOR cutting JOBS in STATES like Michigan, former Vice President says he wants the Federal government TO spend $400 Billion on AMERICAN GOODS and SERVICES, in addition TO $300 Billion in Research and Development in US tech Companies. Biden has also called FOR taxes on companies that move JOBS overseas. Read ON: Biden proposes $700 Billion - plus BUY AMERICAN campaign. Trump, meanwhile, pledges in his second - term agenda TO bring back 1 million MANUFACTURING JOBS from China.

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Climate and Energy

Washington - Joe Biden, front - runner for the Democratic 2020 presidential nomination, released a Climate Change Plan on Tuesday that would pour $1. 7 Trillion of investment into achieving 100% Clean Energy and net - Zero Emissions by 2050, in part using revenues from reversing Trump Administration corporate tax cuts. The former Vice President unveiled the plan after weeks of pressure from rivals and Green activists who say he was not taking global warming seriously enough and would rely too heavily on Obama - era ideas. A campaign adviser told Reuters last month that Biden was seeking a middle - ground approach he hopped would please environmentalists without turning off blue - collar voters who swept Republican President Donald Trump to power in 2016. I am calling for Clean Energy Revolution to confront this crisis and do what America does best - solve big problems with big ideas, Biden said in a social media video, saying his proposals would go well beyond policies set when he served with former President Barack Obama. Proposal would invest $1. 7 Trillion over 10 years in Clean Energy Research and modernizing Infrastructure to eliminate emissions of Greenhouse gases that scientists blame for accelerating Climate Change and its effects - including rising sea levels, droughts, floods and more frequent powerful storms. Biden's Plan will be paid for by reversing the excesses of Trump's tax cuts for corporations, reducing incentives for tax havens, evasion, and outsourcing, ensuring corporations pay their fair share, according to a statement by his campaign. Former first lady Hillary Clinton campaigned for the presidency in 2016 after she upset blue - collar voters by saying her aggressive climate proposals would put a lot of coal miners and coal companies out of business, underscoring the pitfalls of environmental politics. Trump successfully Bill Obama - era environmental protections as job killers for his supporters, and has directed his Administration to roll back many of them since taking office. Biden promoted the plan at several campaign stops in New Hampshire on Tuesday. He visited a renewable energy project in Plymouth, where he said his goal as President would be to make the United States single greatest exporter of renewable energy technology in the world and the single most significant resource for Climate Change in the world. He finished the day by speaking to locals of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers in Concord, trying to sell them on the merits of his Plan. Union members, backbone of Biden's support, have been skeptical of sweeping Climate - Change programs such as Green New Deal, non - binding Congressional resolution that calls for an end to fossil fuel use within a decade. Biden spoke of building New Green Infrastructure, which he said meant millions of union jobs. I not joking, he say. These are real jobs. Sunrise Movement, one of the main activist groups that had pressured Biden to take a tough stand on Climate Change in recent weeks, called Plan a good start and took some credit for its ambition.

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Coronavirus

Goldman Sachs client note say JOE BIDEN's tax hikes may pose a greater economic threat than Coronavirus. Although the Coronavirus has caused the sharpest decline in economic activity on record, in some ways, Tax Policy represents larger risk to earnings and consequently to equity prices, writes David Kostin, Chief US equity strategist AT Goldman Sachs. Goldman Sachs warns that BIDEN's Tax Plan, combined with the EXPECT drag on GDP, would lower next year's S & P 500 per - share earnings by $20 to $150. Biden wants to impose a series of steep tax increases on AMERICAN people. He wants to raise the corporate tax rate to 28 percent, from the current rate of 21 percent. This would give the US a higher corporate rate than Communist China. Biden also wants to impose a 40 percent capital gains tax on every single solitary person. Biden wants to further raise the capital gains burden by eliminating step - UP on basis. Biden IS on record many times calling for elimination of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. If BIDEN repeals TCJA, as he has said countless times, Americans will be stuck paying significantly higher taxes: family of four earning median income of $73 000 would see a $2 000 tax increase each year. Single parents making $41 000 would see a $1 300 tax increase each year. Under BIDEN, the USA would have the highest corporate income tax rate in the developed world, higher than China, United Kingdom, Canada, and Ireland. Millions of low and middle - income households would be stuck paying the Obamacare individual mandate Tax. Small employers will face tax increases due to an increase in marginal income tax rates and repeal of the TCJA 20% deduction for small business income. Taxes would rise in every State and every Congressional district. The Death Tax would ensnare MORE families and businesses. Utility bills would go UP in all 50 States as a direct result of the corporate income tax increase. Amt would snap back to hit millions of households. Every household claiming child tax credit will see their child tax credit cut in half, resulting in an income tax increase. Every household that claims standard deduction will see IT cut in half, resulting in an income tax increase. This will also impose tax complexity as they are forced to itemize their Deductions and DEAL with shoebox full of receipts on top of the refrigerator. Even leave - leaning media outlets have acknowledged the fact that TRUMP Tax Cuts have helped middle income households: New York Times: Most People Get Tax cut. Washington Post: Most Americans receive tax cut. Cnn's Jake Tapper: facts are, Most Americans Get a Tax cut. Cnn's Tapper also State: in fact, estimates from both sides of the POLITICAL spectrum show that a MAJORITY of people in the United States of America do receive tax cut. Factcheck. Org: Most people will get some kind of tax cut in 2018 as result of the law.

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Counterterrorism

Biden has been a major proponent of a strategy he calls counterterrorism plus. This approach emphasizes fighting terrorist networks in foreign countries using small groups of US special forces and aggressive air strikes instead of large troop deployments. This counterterrorism strategy largely defines the Obama administration's policy of fighting jihadists and other militant groups around the world, including in Pakistan, Afghanistan, Iraq, West Africa, Horn of Africa, and the Arabian peninsula, where US drone strikes have rapidly increase. These operations controversially include direct targeting of militants with US citizenship, such as Anwar Al - Awlaki. He opposes the Trump's executive order barring travelers from several majority - Muslim countries, which the Trump administration says is necessary to limit entry of would - be terrorists into the country. He told CFR that US policy must focus on ensuring the remnants of Al - Qaeda and the self - proclaim Islamic State cannot reconstitute themselves. He has supported a number of expansions of federal anti - terrorism authority. He introduced an unsuccessful 1995 law to expand government surveillance powers, much of which was incorporated into the 2001 Patriot Act, which he support. In 2015, Obama administration approved the USA Freedom Act, which renewed the Patriot Act with some new restrictions on surveillance. He was a critic of other federal surveillance measures, voting against updates to the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act in 2007 and 2008 that authorized collection of emails, search histories, and other personal data of US citizens. He said that as vice President, he was advocate of closing the detention facility at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, which he has called an advertisement for recruiting terrorists. Attempts to fully close the facility were blocked by Congress.

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Cybersecurity and Digital Policy

Gop Skinny Bill on Coronavirus Aid Is blocked by Democrats in the Senate - Andrew Duehren and Kristina Peterson, WSJ. Senate Stalemate Sidelines PPP Relief - Jad Chamseddine, Tax Notes. Senate Democrats reject target COVID - 19 Relief package that would have extended the Paycheck Protection Program and increased deductions for charitable contributions as Democrats and Republicans fail to reach a compromise. No, Joe Biden Will not Double Your Tax Bill - Tony Nitti, Forbes. How Biden Tax Plan Would Affect Five American Households - Richard Rubin, WSJ. Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden wants to raise taxes to pay for an agenda that includes fighting climate change and expanding child care, pushing Federal revenue about 9% above what it would be without any policy changes in the next decade. What does that mean for Individual Households? Economic Analysis: TCJA downsize Deductions Dramatically - Martin Sullivan, Tax Notes. Nebraskans to vote on expanding gambling - Zack Budryk, Hill. November ballots will contain three measures relate to gambling. These include one that would amend the state constitution to allow casino gambling and two more creating taxes and regulations around it. Irs warn Taxpayers of Higher Penalties After September 14 - Tax Notes. The tax deadline was July 15 this year. Taxpayers who submit an extension have until Oct. 15 to file and do not face failure to file penalty if they file their taxes by that deadline. But taxpayers need to remember that an extension to file is not an extension to pay. Any taxes they owe after the July 15 deadline are subject to failure to pay penalty and interest. Irs issues guidance on COVID - 19 testing - Sally P. Schreiber, JD, Journal of Accountancy. According to the IRS, Medicaid coverage limited to COVID - 19 testing and diagnostic Services is not minimum essential coverage under the Government - sponsor Program. Irs add 6 More Forms To List that Temporarily Can Be sign With Digital Signatures - Ed Zollars, Current Federal Tax Developments. Form 706, US Estate Tax Return; Form 706 - NA, US Estate Tax Return; Form 709, US Gift Tax Return; Form 1120 -, Return for Nuclear Decommissioning Funds and Certain Related Persons; Form 3520, Annual Return To Report Transactions With Foreign Trusts and Receipt of Certain Foreign Gifts; and Form 3520 -, Annual Information Return of Foreign Trust With US Owner. Amazon picked up a show starring Nicolas Cage as Joe Exotic Tiger King - Gael Fashingbauer Cooper, CNET. Amazon has picked up an eight - episode scripted series starring Nicolas Cage as Joe Exotic, Oklahoma big - cat park owner whose story captivates the Coronavirus - stricken nation in Tiger King. It will be the first television role of Cage's five - decade acting career. Amazon is creating a show based off Netflix show.

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Defense

Biden has supported some US military interventions abroad and opposed others. He has often advocated for narrow objectives in the use of force, and he has expressed skepticism over the ability of the United States to reshape foreign societies. He is wary of unilateral efforts, emphasizing the importance of diplomacy and working through alliances and global institutions. He says that force should be used only to defend our vital interests, when the objective is clear and achievable, and promises to end what he calls forever wars in Afghanistan and the Middle East. In 2016, speaking about the use of military force, he argued that we need a really strong dose of humility about the capacity to fundamentally alter circumstances around the world. He rules out using US troops for any regime - change efforts. He said that the United States has both moral duty and security interest to respond with military force to genocide or chemical weapons use around the world. He also favor using force to avoid disruption of global oil trade. He told CFR that he would bring US combat troops home from Afghanistan in his first term by launching a high - level diplomatic effort that include Afghanistan's neighbors. He favor keeping a small number of special forces and intelligence assets in the country to combat terrorism, while pursuing peace talks with the Taliban. He supported the 2001 invasion of Afghanistan, but as Vice President, pushed for troop reductions and more limited mission. He argues that 2019 reports that US policymakers mislead public about the progress of the Afghan war vindicate his opposition to nation - building there. He argues that military spending is too focused on traditional warfare rather than emerging areas for defense such as space and cyberspace. He said the United States must seek to maintain its superiority amid a return to great power competition with China and Russia. He supported the 2003 invasion of Iraq, but he now calls it a mistake and touts his role in withdrawing 150 000 troops from the country in 2011. He said he would reaffirm the ban on torture and provide more transparency on military operations, particularly as it relates to civilian casualties. He is a strong proponent of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, calling it single most important military alliance in the history of the world. As Vice President, he was against 2011 intervention in Libya and skeptical of committing US troops to Syria. Biden has criticized expansion of executive war powers, saying as candidate for President in 2008 that use of force without Congressional approval, except in case of imminent threat, is an impeachable offense. He promised new federal initiative to address suicide and mental health issues among Veterans that will include increased funding for Veterans Affairs health programs.

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Diplomacy and Foreign Aid

Washington Joe Biden, Democratic nominee for US President, would have a different approach to foreign aid, one that would prioritize development, look at multilateral partnerships, and focus on a series of issues that have not seen as much attention during President Donald Trump's administration, according to experts and campaign documents. Wed bring aid back to the Center of our Foreign Policy, emphasis would be on diplomacy, on democracy, and on development, Antony Blinken, Foreign Policy adviser for the Biden campaign, said at a May online event hosted by Meridian. Biden is one of the most knowledgeable presidential candidates yet about development, says Susan Reichle, President and CEO of International Youth Foundation, who previously spent about 25 years at the US Agency for International Development. Having people understand it, how it work, what needs to be done on day one is something expected with Biden administration, she say. Biden was very supportive of Development as Vice President, and at USAIDs 50 anniversary celebration in 2011, he made a speech that stuck with those who were there, Reichle say. She said he was talking passionately about the role of development, with really deep knowledge of how USAID and development works. In a Biden administration, there would be a significant shift in attitude towards development and foreign aid, say George Ingram, senior fellow at Brookings Institution, describing it as transition from negative to positive, from being transactional in nature to more strategic. If elect, Biden would have a more collaborative approach to aid and development, he say. Biden would look to work with other countries, to rejoin multilateral institutions, and to reassert the US in global leadership position, Ingram say. Blinken said he would like to see a revitalization of foreign aid, with the US working more closely with other countries and strengthening or building international mechanisms that make it work more effectively. If youre not pursuing an effective development agenda, if youre not pursuing an effective climate change agenda, you re going to see conflicts grow both in number and in intensity, youre going to see mass migrations of people, you re going to see more and more fights over scarce resources, youre going to see diseases spreading ever more easily none of that are we immune to. It's just in our basic self - interest to figure out ways to do this and do it more effectively, Blinken say.

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