written by reader HR 2029

By rgalusha, May 12, 2017

This bill which is now law, according to a newsletter I receive. States that American tax payers can turn in all the purchase’s made in 2017 and the government will refund a percentage.
I read this bill, which is very, very long and could not find anything close. Anyone have any information?

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Travis Johnson, Stock Gumshoe
May 15, 2017 4:49 pm

That’s the big appropriations bill from 2015, sounds like they’re probably just teasing the same “you can deduct sales taxes instead of state income taxes” thing that they’ve been pitching as a government “rebate” for years (it’s not).

I wrote about this extensively when it was teased as a way to “collect a cash rebate on nearly every single purchase” by the Oxford Club, that article is here: https://www.stockgumshoe.com/reviews/oxford-club/whats-oxford-clubs-42-4-billion-consumer-rebate-program/

I’ll look and see if there’s anything new in this HR2029 version of the ad, haven’t seen that yet — but I bet they’re still pitching the same thing.

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