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@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...6yrs

@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...6yrs

No, but drastically increase taxes and import tariffs on outsourcing businesses

@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...6yrs

Yes, and drastically increase taxes and import tariffs on outsourcing businesses

@982XMS8 from Maryland answered…11hrs

@97ZYZY6 from Colorado answered…2 days

@97XGVRW from Texas answered…1wk

@7YS3KJPIndependent from Arizona answered…2wks

No, I would prefer that this offer come from the states rather than the executive branch. That said, I wouldn't mind this strategy in some circumstances.

@97P7CK3 from Texas answered…3wks

@7X2MWM6Libertarian from California answered…3wks

No, not to individual companies, but US taxes should be competitive to attract companies and job from all over the world

@7X2MWM6Libertarian from California answered…3wks

Yes, but US taxes should be competitive to attract companies and job from all over the world

@7X2MWM6Libertarian from California answered…3wks

No, US taxes should be competitive to attract companies and job from all over the world

@Northman49 from Pennsylvania answered…3wks

Yes, reduce all taxes to the point that foreign businesses can't compete.

@97DRL5B from Florida answered…3wks

No. Tax breaks should be illegal for corporations and billionaires. They just want to exploit cheap labor somewhere else for more of a profit. Make it illegal to outsource jobs for exploitation; if an economy needs to exploit others for profit, it is corrupt, and if it needs to look elsewhere to exploit for survival, it is weak and needs to foster potential inside of its own country. If workers in both countries are treated equally as well, then it is perfectly healthy and moral to do.

@97CQS54 from Ohio answered…3wks

If your an American company you must keep the money and the manufacturing in the usa or no company... If your a company based outside of the USA 50%of your products have to be made in the USA or you don't sell here...

@97BRPG8 from Texas answered…3wks

@97BG67G from Tennessee answered…3wks

@9784NM3Democrat from California answered…4wks

i think the government should tax people but a certain amount to the point where the individual with his own job can still make a living out of it and have a certain amount of money coming back to them

@96VY555Democrat from Iowa answered…1mo

@96SBXW6Democrat from California answered…1mo

Congress should do that and only if the economy is great and will continue to be great in the future

@96NN9CD from South Carolina answered…1mo

@96PN4XH from Michigan answered…1mo

No, the US should work with other nations to ensure that corporations pay their fair share.

@96N99DH from Tennessee answered…1mo

@96N8FRH from Colorado answered…1mo

@96JPPFK from North Carolina answered…1mo

yes, this will allow some people to get caught up on money and might be able to pay those taxes later on.

@96J29WM from Texas answered…2mos

No but put an embargo on china and have our outsourcing companies move to africa instead

@96GYYYF from Colorado answered…2mos

Yes and some circumstance with the condition that the workers are unionized.

@96FM3KM from California answered…2mos

Yes, but moderately increase taxes and import tariffs on outsourcing businesses.

@96F9FMXRepublican from California answered…2mos

Companies shouldn't pay taxes. Just gets passed on to the consumer.

@96CPH9Q from Kansas answered…2mos

if you lowered the corporate tax rate to begin with it would make the us market more competitive bringing more jobs back and not needing a tax incentive

@96CN2YW from California answered…2mos

Yes but only if the company is going to go under and cost many people jobs

@96C5QVB from Massachusetts answered…2mos

Invest in infrastructure to create jobs without allowing large corporations to get by without paying their taxes like everyone else.

@96BF6J8 from Washington D.C. answered…2mos

Yes, but only for jobs that implicate essential supply chains or national security

@9693JNR from New Jersey answered…2mos

They have to prove they can't provied if they have no choice but to tax brek

@9692M27Democrat from California answered…2mos

If the company is able to sustain the jobs they have promised to raise in America and have invested into the American economy.

@5JBLHDWLibertarian from Kentucky answered…2mos

@967NWBGProgressive from New York answered…2mos

@967GCF6 from North Carolina answered…2mos

@966YGMX from Texas answered…2mos

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