The Tax Foundation finds that Ben Carson’s tax plan would raise taxes on the lowest-earning 90% of households

Income tax can't be treated like a game

Monetary 

In the WSJ, Carolyn Cui covers the turmoil in emerging markets.

At CNBC, Jeff Cox says the market isn’t buying the Fed’s talking points.

At The Pulse 2016, Ralph Benko shares what Ted Cruz and Isaac Newton have in common.

Tax 

The Tax Foundation finds that Ben Carson’s tax plan would raise taxes on the lowest-earning 90% of households with a 14.8% tax increase on the lowest earning 30% of the economy, a 16% tax cut for the top 10% of earners and a 33% tax cut on the top 1%, and that over ten years economic growth would inure dramatically to the wealthy.

The Tax Foundation shows that the tax code is more progressive than many believe.

Regulatory

In The Hill, Tim Devaney and Lydia Wheeler report President Obama is readying his veto pen for a pair of bills cutting government red tape.

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