WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Republican Senator Susan Collins pronounced on Sunday she wants changes in a U.S. Senate taxation remodel legislation that would move some-more service to center income Americans.
“I wish to see changes in that check and we consider there will be changes,” she pronounced on ABC’s “This Week.”
The House of Representatives chronicle of a legislation keeps a tip income taxation rate of 39.6 percent for people who make $1 million or some-more a year. “That’s a change that I’d like to see be done in a Senate check so that we can askance some-more of a service to center income tax,” Collins said.
(This story has been refiled to scold module to ABC’s “This Week”.)
Reporting by Caren Bohan and Doina Chiacu; modifying by Grant McCool