Tag Archives: Taxes

MN03 Erik Paulsen Pushing Tax Policy Changes That Could Mean More Jobs in El Salvador

Here are some heart-warming tweets from Congressman Erik Paulsen showing his appreciation for outdoor sports. Last weekend I got to go cross country skiing with Tayler. For #TBT here is a photo from a few years ago. pic.twitter.com/9Jb1WyNlqr — Erik Paulsen (@Erik_Paulsen) December 26, 2013 Beautiful day for cross country skiing with Tayler – Koko […]

7/14 Erik Paulsen Correspondence Corner : Challenging Fiscal Sanity as Deficits Don’t Matter

PREFACE : Erik Paulsen regularly issues a video Correspondence Corner in which he responds to constituent questions. It is a great ploy — Congressman Paulsen determines what question is to be answered … thus, providing him an opportunity to portray himself as effectively responding to issues that he wishes to address as if they are […]

Paulsen Pushing HSAs and FSAs While Voting Against Protecting Consumers From Price-gouging

Good piece in @thehill that mentions my legislation to give workers more health care choices through HSAs and FSAs https://t.co/pdM8SjBizU — Rep. Erik Paulsen (@RepErikPaulsen) March 23, 2016 Erik Paulsen (R-MN-03) is pushing his H.R. 4469 Health Savings Account Act of 2016 … a proposal that is just the latest regurgitation of his legislative proposals […]

Moody’s Rating Upgrade (& More Jobs) Raises Questions of Erik Paulsen Medical Device Tax Repeal Efforts

While the television is blasting the latest Trump tweet, expanding wildfires and the stories of how Wall Street is reacting to the Chinese economic actions, there is an underreported story … one that Erik Paulsen doesn’t want to talk about. After all, Erik Paulsen acknowledges that his repeal of the 2.3% Medical Device Tax will […]

John Kline Champions Deficit-adding $2.051 Billion Tax Cut

Pleased legislation I championed easing financial burdens for individuals with disabilities passed the House. pic.twitter.com/gyiKXifRIZ — John Kline (@repjohnkline) December 3, 2014 With Congress now on recess, taxpayers can now review what was accomplished … and what was not. As previously written, the Pillars of a New Majority crumbled along with the “No Budget, No […]