A study released this week by the Joint Economic Committee found the death tax fails to produce any benefits and hinders economic growth in the U.S.
While dependency fell under Reagan as the economy grew, the Disability Insurance program has expanded during the feeble Obama recovery to sustainable levels.
Changes to bonus depreciation and Section 179 will hamstring U.S. businesses at a time when the economy cannot afford it.
A reporter from the NY Times distorts the truth, again.
The 2013 tax increases under Obama would amount to a top divided rate of 43.4% and a top capital gains rate of 23.8%.
Favorable tax rates on dividends and capital gains are slated to vanish on January 1, 2013.