REPORT: Why Warren’s wealth tax is possibly unconstitutional, difficult to administer

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BY TEAM DML / JUNE 12, 2019 /

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Democratic presidential hopeful Elizabeth Warren’s wide-ranging progressive platform is dependent in part on an “Ultra-Millionaire” wealth tax on the richest people in the United States, but questions about its efficacy and constitutionality make it a risky wager on which to stake her political future.

The Washington Free Beacon analyzed Warren’s wealth tax by speaking with experts about the difficulties of implementing such a plan in the United States, including whether it would pass constitutional muster. Even if passed by Congress, its implementation could all hinge on which assets Warren’s government would target for those households under the tax’s umbrella.

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A wealth tax is a direct tax on a person’s assets. This is distinct from an income tax, which is levied on the amount of income a person makes in a year; a sales tax, a tax on the value of a transaction; and a capital gains tax, a tax on the profit of the sale of certain assets. Each of these taxes is applied when money changes hands. A wealth tax, however, is levied on the amount of wealth a person has, or at least the amount they report to a taxing authority.

Under Warren’s proposal, all assets in excess of $50 million would be taxed at two percent annually, while assets in excess of $1 billion would be taxed at three percent annually. This means that in the first year of Warren’s tax plan, Jeff Bezos—net worth $148.5 billion—would pay about $4 billion in taxes on his wealth.

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2 Comments

  1. John June 12th, 2019 at 10:16 am

    She’s a joke. What happens when they decide to leave the country? Socialism, killing creativity, killing ambition, killing the desire to succeed only to pay others.

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  2. Retha June 12th, 2019 at 12:53 pm

    Why bother congress will just give it to Guam to kill their brown snakes! Ooooh or maybe even water plants!

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