In your spare time, you can read all 216 pages in Obama’s 2012 budget.
Federal Budget Next Steps
Obama’s federal budget proposal will now go through countless committees and subcommittees, hearings and votes. Of course, when it is finally resolved, as we’ve seen before, it probably won’t look anything like the proposal.
My Next Steps
Am I the only one who finds it really difficult to do long term tax planning with all the back and forth on our tax code every few months?
Will Obama’s budget bring back the same tax increases that were eliminated just two months ago?
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