Posted February 16, 2018 12:00:22It’s the big week of the year for the United States, and it starts Friday with the start of a package of stimulus relief that’s been in the works for months.
For months, there’s been talk of an omnibus package, with the president calling the package a “reform package” in late February.
But as of Monday, that talk has died down, and the package was just released as a separate package.
It’s a big package that includes a $1.4 trillion package of tax cuts, $1 trillion in infrastructure investment, and $1,000 for every US household.
The stimulus package includes more than just a tax cut for everyone, though.
It also includes spending for a range of things, including public works and infrastructure.
Here’s a look at what to expect in the package.1.
Tax cutsThe plan includes a tax break for people making more than $250,000.
It’s a large tax break, with some $250 billion in tax cuts for the top 10 percent of earners.
But it’s also going to hit those at the bottom of the income scale.
The biggest tax break is the 10 percent rate that goes into effect on Jan. 1.
The plan also includes a credit for people who earn less than $50,000 per year.
That credit goes to people earning between $50K and $75K, with an extra $2,000 of the credit going to the top 1 percent of Americans.
The credit also goes to married couples making $50M or more.
The $2K credit for married couples also goes into place on Jan 1.
The plan also makes a credit of up to $3,000 to people with children who don’t make the $50k threshold.2.
InfrastructureInvestment is the big ticket item on the stimulus package, and while that’s important, it’s not the only thing it’s going to affect.
The package also includes $2 trillion in funding for roads, bridges, airports, water, and other infrastructure.
But a major part of the package is going to be transportation, with infrastructure spending totaling $3.7 trillion, up from $2.9 trillion in 2017.
There are a lot of other big items, too.
It includes $1 billion in new tax credits to businesses and individuals, and a $2 billion credit to small businesses that offer services such as transportation.
The package also provides $500 million for public transit in the form of a 1-cent per ride surcharge.
There’s also $1 million for a new National Institutes of Health funding package.3.
TaxesThe biggest tax cuts of all go into effect Friday, and that includes the top marginal rate on capital gains.
But the biggest tax hike of all is going into effect this weekend, with all tax brackets going up by 4.9 percentage points starting on Jan 20.
That will affect the tax burden of many Americans, and there’s also a 5.8 percent tax increase on those making more $200,000 or more per year, with that rate going up to 10.8 percentage points.
The tax brackets are also going up for individuals, with higher brackets for individuals making more that $250K and up.
Those who make more than that will see their rates go up.4.
InfrastructureThe biggest piece of the infrastructure package is a $400 billion infrastructure package that will create at least 13 million construction jobs over 10 years, according to a senior administration official.
The administration says it will also create more than 10,000 construction jobs for private companies.
That includes $40 billion for road and bridge construction, $20 billion for water and sewer upgrades, and another $30 billion for high-speed rail.
The transportation portion of the plan includes $100 billion for mass transit projects, $40 million for highway and bridge improvements, and an additional $1 to $4 billion for Amtrak.5.
HousingThe package includes $732 billion for low-income housing assistance, with $250 million earmarked for projects that help low- and moderate-income households.
It is also $100 million for the Housing Opportunities Centers program, which provides vouchers for people to rent, buy, or buy housing.
The Trump administration has also promised $50 billion to address the crisis in housing.6.
EducationThe package contains a $20.5 billion package of grants and loans to states to address their financial woes, with up to a half a billion dollars going to help states reduce their debts.
That money is part of a larger package of funding to help low and moderate income households with student loan payments.
There are also $3 billion to expand early childhood education, and more than half of the $4.6 billion in the stimulus is going towards expanding Head Start.
The White House has also announced a $250M aid package for schools that receive funding from the stimulus, and also announced another $