New York, New York--(Newsfile Corp. - September 7, 2022) - Author Dennis L. Binder Jr. continues to lead the genre with his comprehensive guide to taxes and the economy, Does God Love the Wealthy More Than the Middle Class? Unlike other titles on the subject, Binder speaks to ordinary Americans to cultivate financial literacy and political awareness among everyday people.
Book cover of Does God Love the Wealthy More Than the Middle Class?
Does God Love the Wealthy More Than the Middle Class? explores the intricacies of the tax system and the economy in an easy-to-understand, accessible format. Using a combination of relatable examples, logic, and research, Binder explains how excessive tax rates negatively affect the working poor and the middle class, while tax cuts drive revenue and expand the economy. This insightful work also delves into related issues such as carbon enhancement, socialism, and immigration to create a well-rounded foundation of understanding for the audience.
Does God Love the Wealthy More Than the Middle Class? is perfect for adult readers who want to understand more about personal freedom, individual rights, and how the economy can contribute to a classist system. Swing voters and people from marginalized groups can use Binder's instructive book to learn more about their own power and how the tax structure can disproportionately affect minority populations.
Readers will appreciate how the various examples in this book drive home the key points of each lesson. For example, Binder highlights how a capital gains tax of 29.19% yielded roughly $79 billion in tax revenue in 1997, but a lower rate of 15.73% produced just over $137 billion in 2007. This shows that higher tax rates can have the opposite effect from what you might think.
In a time when the economy and inflation can often seem unpredictable, Does God Love the Wealthy More Than the Middle Class? provides the education and input that so many Americans need to stay informed.
Dennis L. Binder Jr. is an author, small business owner, and deep thinker with extensive experience in farming and related industries. He was born in Ipswich, South Dakota, and developed a lifelong interest in economics and individual liberty. When he isn't writing, Binder enjoys traveling, baseball, and spending time with his great-nephews. Visit him online at www.derbinvent.com.
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