Check Out What Happened To The Deficit After Tax Cuts

The Federal Government collected record taxes in January, running a surplus following President Trump's tax cuts.

From CNS News:

The federal government this January ran a surplus while collecting record total tax revenues for that month of the year, according to the Monthly Treasury Statement released today.


January was the first month under the new tax law that President Donald Trump signed in December.

During January, the Treasury collected approximately $361,038,000,000 in total tax revenues and spent a total of approximately $311,802,000,000 to run a surplus of approximately $49,236,000,000.

Despite the monthly surplus of $49,236,000,000, the federal government is still running a deficit of approximately $175,718,000,000 for fiscal year 2018. That is because the government entered the month with a deficit of approximately $224,955,000,000.

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Posted Tuesday, February 13, 2018


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Thanks to the GOP tax reform, employees have been receiving all kinds of bonuses from hundreds of employers. The tax breaks have freed up money and profits that the employers can pass onto their employees. But out of all the amazing bonuses, one company stands out.

https://twitter.com/nypost/status/960710157117394944

nypost.com reports: It’s fat bonus time for employees of Hostess. The Kansas City-based snack-cake maker says that starting next week, it will give employees free weekly multipacks of goodies, like Twinkies and Ding Dongs, plus samples of other sugary treats it makes — thanks to the recent tax overhaul. And the free snacks are just the icing on the cake. Last Friday, all 1,036 hourly employees were handed $500 in cash, and each is also getting an extra $750 this fiscal year to put toward his or her 401(k) account, a company rep told The Post. Hostess Brands Chairman Daren Metropoulos said it was the least the company could do after benefiting from the Republican tax bill, which was enacted in December. Read more @ (Link: nypost.com) Please share and comment.

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