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Thanks to the TCJA, Unemployment is at a 50 Year Low Yet Again!

Many people said it wouldn’t happen. They said we were heading into a downturn or recession. They don’t believe in an economy fueled by tax cuts. But they were, and continue to be wrong and the November employment numbers prove it! November saw 266,000 new jobs in the United States after experts best guess was […]



Case Study: The Positive Effects of the TCJA in Mississippi

In the last two years, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act has helped people all over the country. From raising wages, increasing employment and putting more money in the pockets of Americans, the TCJA has had lasting impacts. To look in more detail at these benefits we turn to Mississippians who have seen the TCJA […]



Off the Back of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, US Employers Added More Jobs in October

In another win for Tax Policy and the TCJA, The Bureau of Labor Statistics reported that 128,000 jobs were added to the US economy in October. These incredible figures surpassed all expectations and silenced those who have speculated that the US is headed for a down turn. With more money in their pockets companies are […]



More Good News for Middle Class Incomes and the TCJA

The latest Census Bureau Current Population Survey data now show that middle-class incomes, after adjusting for inflation, have surged by $5,003 since 2017. Median household income has now reached $65,976 – an all-time high and up more than 8% in 2019 dollars. These numbers contrast sharply with the 16 years prior to 2017 in a period […]



Education and the TCJA: A Win-Win!

Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 is doing more than just putting money back in the pockets of Americans, it is helping educate our children too! U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos announced last week that Department of Education is set to support the expansion of public charter schools in areas that have fallen […]



Millions of People have Quit Food Stamps Thanks to TCJA Tax Cuts

According to recently released government data, the number of people currently enrolled in the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, known as SNAP, has declined dramatically in the last 3 years. Currently, 36,029,506 Americans, or 18,230,968 households receive SNAP. This is compared to 2016 when 42,972,692 Americans, or 21,232,456 households received assistance from the government run social program. […]



Cheers to the TCJA!

Back in 2017 the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act enacted a temporary reduction in federal taxes on beer, wine and spirits. Now, as a result of the incredible success of the TCJA, Congress is considering making those cuts permanent. The TCJA had great impact on all lines of the supply chain of the industry. They […]