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BCOM275 Week 3 Learning Team Assignment Debate Paper Outline


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Date Created: 11/11/15
lntro Pros to raising taxes A Bene ts of raising taxes 1 More revenue 2 Health bene ts B Political Rami cations 1 Balancing budgets 2 Sharing the wealth C US should raise taxes to help x the de cit 1 Spending cuts and tax increases 2 Tax reform pursued 3 Contain health care cost in Medicare and Medicaid Cons to raising taxes A Unstable source of revenue 1 Higher income is linked to stock market 2 This link could suffer shocks 3 Higher incomes less likely to invest B Hurtsjob creation 1 Less money for new jobs 2 Small business cannot or will not hire Conclusion Japanese Cultural Evaluation A Culture evaluation in Japan 1 Society Hierarchy 2 Family structure B How arguments are different in Japan 1 Views on respecthonor 2 Views on discipline References New York Daily News Obama calls for higher taxes on America wealthiest three percent TabaccoFreeKidsorgtaxes A winwinwin for cashstrapped states httpnewsyahoocomusraisetaxeshelp xde cits Frank R 2011 The Wall Street journal Retrieved from httDloninewsicomarticleSB1000142405274870460470457622049159268 4626htm Ensign J 2009 US Senate Republican Policy Committee Retrieved from httDlrDcsenateqovDubic esl031709TaxinqSuccessDdf


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