In his FY 2012 budget, President Obama repeats his call for Congress to end the Bush-era tax cuts for higher-income individuals ..... tax hike
Additionally, the president wants Congress to extend the reduced tax rates on capital gains and dividends, but not for higher-income individuals ..... tax hike
The president proposes to increase the IRS's budget to hire more customer service representatives. .....spending increase
The president's FY 2012 budget does not include a cut in the U.S. corporate tax rate. .......highest in the world
President Obama proposes a significant increase in funding for the IRS. Most of the money would go to hiring new revenue officers and boosting enforcement activities... spending increase
In his FY 2012 budget, the president proposes to return the federal estate tax to its 2009..... tax increase
The White House and Congress are both looking at ways to cut the federal budget deficit. Taxes are one way. The president's FY 2012 budget proposes a number of revenue raisers, especially in the area of international taxation and in fossil fuel production...... tax increases...
LIFO. President Obama proposes to repeal the last-in, first-out (LIFO) inventory accounting method .....tax increase
President Obama proposes to repeal nearly all of these tax breaks for oil, gas and coal companies. ..... tax increases, and increased cost of any of our energy.
The president's FY 2012 budget proposes to tax carried interest as ordinary income. ...... tax increase...
Insurance companies are subject to specific and very technical tax rules. ...... tax increases
yet according to you ....... Even still, Obama has proposed more spending cuts than his Rebublican predecessor in his 2012 budget..... I guess you are going to have to highlight those spending cuts in the link you gave, all I was able to find was typical of a tax and spend liberal ..... more taxes and more spending.