Warren’s wealth tax would raise less revenue than campaign estimates: study

Warren’s wealth tax would raise less revenue than campaign estimates: study

The wealth tax proposal from Elizabeth Warren is unlikely to raise as much revenue as her campaign claims it would, according to the Penn Wharton Budget Model (PWBM). The campaign is projecting that the tax would raise $3.75 trillion in revenue over a decade. PWBM, however, said that the tax would raise about $2.7 trillion in the period without accounting for macroeconomic effects.

Tom A
Tom A
Whicker
Whicker 2 months

Communist lies to get their way.... So nothing new here

porcus
porcus 2 months

WOW. I am just shocked that the little chronic liar LIED AGAIN.

Coeus
Coeus 2 months

What about Andrew ("Let me sell you a bridge") Yang, and his "Freedom Dividend?" Fauxahontas doesn't come close. Present thy $1000, O Glorious Yang, for thy calculus doest ring true. Unlike the Warren Witch, who promises much, yet delivereth little.

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