MSNBC Tells Viewers What To Expect In Their Feb. Paychecks And Dems Are FUMING!

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It seems that at least one left media outlet is coming around to the new tax reform as Stephanie Ruhle recently stated to check your paycheck for an increase soon!

Stating: “You fill out your W4; your employer figures out what they should withhold. Now, one of the issues is the employers are working off last year’s system – they don’t have the new forms yet. Now, the government says: “We’re gonna get you those new forms by mid-February.” So that’s a positive, but thus far, people are anxious about it. We’re going to find out.”

“There are going to be these IRS tax calculators that are coming out online. So, you’re gonna put out next month, you’re gonna go online and you’re gonna say: “Here’s my income, here’s my family information,” and by putting that out, they’re going to spit out a number. And so then you’re going to tell your employer if it seems too high or too low.”

“Yes, it’s making you nervous saying this is all gonna happen overnight. Listen, this tax bill went through very quickly. They don’t have all the forms they need, but according to the government, mid year, these companies should figure it out.”

From Daily Wire:

“When “Today” co-host Hoda Kotb asked if it looks like “more people are gonna get more money in their paycheck right away,” Ruhle replied: “It does. According to the White House, 90% of people are going to get an increase. They say it should happen by next month. I’m not telling you should go out and buy a new washing machine today. Wait for next month to come, but, according to the White House, they are saying be patient, we need to work through the system.”

“So, make sure to tell your progressive friends and family to begin checking their paychecks for increases starting as soon as February.”

There you have it! What Dems always fail to understand is that more money IN OUR HANDS and not in the governments almost always means a boost in the economy.

Folks will start paying off bills, buying essentials, buying things that they’ve been missing out, and some even luxury items.

This is a good thing and hopefully we see it continue to grow.