Donald Trump Wants to End Taxes on Tips

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Donald Trump Wants , to End Taxes on Tips.
While speaking at a rally in Las Vegas on June 9,
Trump said the "first thing" he'll do if reelected president
is stop tips from being taxed, 'The Hill' reports. .
For those hotel workers and people that
get tips, you’re going to be very happy.
Because when I get to office, we are
going to not charge taxes on tips. , Donald Trump, via statement.
We’re not going to do it, and
we’re going to do that right away,
first thing in office, because it’s
been a point of contention
for years and years and years, Donald Trump, via statement.
And you do a great job of service, you
take care of people and I think it’s going
to be something that really is deserved, Donald Trump, via statement.
Congressional approval would be necessary
to make those changes, 'The Hill' reports.
Trump’s 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Cut Act (TCJA) expires next year, .
but if he's reelected and if Republicans
end up with a majority in Congress, .
his previous policies could
easily be extended and amended. .
Trump went on to attack
President Biden's policies on Truth Social.
Trump went on to attack
President Biden's policies on Truth Social.
Crooked Joe Biden has taken the totally
opposite approach, trying to TAX more
and more of their Tips, even hiring
88,000 IRS Agents to collect! , Donald Trump, via Truth Social.
Hopefully Rank and File Union Members,
Union Leadership itself, and Workers all
over the Country, both Union and Non-Union,
will support Donald J. Trump, , Donald Trump, via Truth Social.
... because I’m NO TALK AND ALL ACTION!
TRUMP KEEPS HIS PROMISES, AND STANDS
WITH OUR GREAT WORKERS. PROMISES
MADE, PROMISES KEPT!, Donald Trump, via Truth Social.
Meanwhile, the Culinary Workes Union Local 226 in Las Vegas scoffed at Trump's promises.
Relief is definitely needed for tip earners, but
Nevada workers are smart enough to know the
difference between real solutions and wild
campaign promises from a convicted felon. , Culinary Union Secretary Treasurer Ted Pappageorge, via statement

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