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Kids gathering today at the post offices get there -- tax returns mailed in on time of course that's the big day April 15.
You have others getting together to protest.
Government bailouts and budget deficits our own Peter Barnes has a closer look now.
And all the tax day tea parks.
While tax day and tea parties the president not expected to acknowledge the tax protesters today.
Instead the president planning to use this tax day to speak on how his economic policies are helping average Americans especially how 95% of them he says.
Are now benefiting from the tax cut in his stimulus plan with less tax withholding.
And more take home pay starting April 1.
He is also expected to talk about new tax breaks for.
Green investment to help create new green jobs and we can't expect the president to talk about his administration's plans for tax increases on wealthier families.
Slightly contentious topic.
So we've got the lion's share of small business profits being taxed and over 50% rate these the same businesses that employ.
Over a third of Americans if these tax increases go through it will drive a stake through the heart of America's small business sector.
That means less jobs and it means less well for.
We're now -- a huge national recession so I think people are mourning mood.
For wanted to make investments in the future yes folks making over two and 50000 which is a relatively small fraction of all households in this country -- will be.
Basically getting back some of the windfall they received over the -- of the last eight years for everybody else that's pretty much gonna stay the same or -- either federal taxes go down.
One other possible bit of news on this tax today the president and First Lady got released their own tax return today.
-- back to you all right Peter Barnes.
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