Tonight, President Trump outlines a key part of his tax proposal: a repartition holiday that would lure billions of dollars offshore to America. Democrats will say this plan didn’t work when President Bush tried it, but their work to make their point was specious at best.
Democrats in the Senate took the next three years to assess the impact of a one-year tax break and concluded the top 15 companies actually saw 20,000 net job losses and reduced research and development spending. I think the better way to assess the results is a look at the immediate impact.
Bush repatriation holiday enacted in October 2004 with a 5.25% rate (versus 35% rate) for companies bringing profits back to the United States. Results:
Impact on the Economy?
I’ll review the speech immediately after on my show: Making Money with Charles Payne on Fox Business Network.
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