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@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...7yrs

No, increasing the capital gains tax will limit investment in our economy

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@93FQRFK from Texas answered…8mos

@93GHC7Y from Texas answered…8mos

@98YL2YQSocialist from Ohio answered…2 days

I don't understand enough about this topic to consider my answer valid

@98XWMMX from Tennessee answered…3 days

@98XNN2X from New York answered…4 days

@98XLNWJ from Nebraska answered…4 days

Capital gains are sketchy. Its used as a way to avoid doing work by investing instead and that bothers me

@98VSH78from Guam  answered…1wk

@98V2N8GIndependent from Montana answered…1wk

Yes, but stipulation need to be in place for capping the house market price to offer all buyers equal opportunity.

@98V25XNDemocrat from Montana answered…1wk

@98TC7KS from Arizona answered…2wks

No, the whole reason why people invest is to one, protect their money, and two make money to help fight the inflation they may have gotten if they had put into a bank account. Increasing a capital gains tax is a ridiculous proposal as it will drive investors to other places with lower rates. The government does not need more money.

@84ZWD6LIndependent from Pennsylvania answered…2wks

No, but close the loophole that allows the rich to leverage portfolios as collateral to take out loans

@98SL4Q4 from North Carolina answered…2wks

It should only be raised for individuals earning over a certain threshold ($200,000) in income.

@98S3DLH from Florida answered…2wks

@98QFR9B from New York answered…2wks

No and decrease capital gains tax as investment will decrease and businesses will be hurt by increasing this tax rate

@98Q4JX7 from California answered…2wks

No, but the government should have the authority to protect their own citizen's investments from criminal activities or foreign interference.

@98PB55Y from Texas answered…3wks

@98N7L6N from New York answered…3wks

@98LLSMQ from Texas answered…4wks

@98LCM4L from Florida answered…4wks

Stocks and bonds should be taxed at a lower rate for minimum wage houses and low income houses. Wallstreet should also be taxed at an increased rate if everybody else is going to be taxed higher.

@98JGVYYPeace and Freedom from North Carolina answered…4wks

@98HQVZB from Minnesota answered…1mo

@98H48LR from Florida answered…1mo

Yes, on returns on rent or land values but abolish all other taxes.

@98GPHVW from Texas answered…1mo

Yes but primary residence is exempt and tax additional real estate.

@98CKYP6 from Ohio answered…2mos

No tax rate increase on stocks and bonds. Yes tax rate increase on real estate. This position may change frequently.

@989ZRYJLibertarian from Arizona answered…2mos

@989VRYS from California answered…2mos

@989HCSYIndependent from Massachusetts answered…2mos

No, It should be fluid to reflect the seller's household income or tax bracket

@988SMGJfrom Northern Mariana Islands  answered…2mos

Yes but switch to a georginian land tax system to even the taxation out.

@982879Y from New York answered…2mos


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