Taxes

Blaine’s Bulletin: Preparing for Tax Day

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Now that we are halfway through March, tax season is in full swing. At a time when inflation is at a 40-year high and gas prices are breaking records every week, families in Missouri and across America are hopeful of a timely tax return. Tax season has never been fun. It was frustrating for many families pre-pandemic, but now with the IRS delays and economic issues our country is facing there’s an...

Luetkemeyer Statement on Democrats’ Socialist Spending Spree

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WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, Congressman Blaine Luetkemeyer (MO-03) released the following statement regarding House passage of Democrats’ massive tax-and-spree. “The same week 70% of Americans have described the state of the economy as ‘poor’ or ‘not so good’ and inflation sits at a 31-year high, Democrats have jammed through their enormous socialist spending bill that will only exacerbate the probl...

Luetkemeyer Statement on Biden's Proposal for Massive Tax Hikes on American Workers

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WASHINGTON, D.C. – House Committee on Small Business Ranking Member Blaine Luetkemeyer (R-MO) released the following statement on President Biden's proposal for a $2 trillion tax hike on the American worker. “President Biden’s plan to impose $2 trillion in tax hikes on our nation’s employees will hurt the American worker at all income levels. On the heels of the pandemic, the government should be ...

Blaine's Bulletin: President Trump's Visit to St. Charles

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For years, Missourians have been demanding relief from our nation’s overwhelming tax code and hoping for a plan that allows them to keep more of their own money and creates jobs in the local community. The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, as written in the House, is projected to create an additional 19,166 jobs in the Show-Me State and raise after tax income for middle class Missouri families by an average of $2,421.

Blaine's Bulletin: Tax Cuts and Jobs Act

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For the last several months I have focused several bulletins on what House Republicans are doing to bring tax reform to life. Now, I am pleased to say the bill has been introduced and we are moving full steam ahead in the House of Representatives.