Lechabana is London Business & Finance Which of the GOP’s new health care proposals will be the biggest tax hit?

Which of the GOP’s new health care proposals will be the biggest tax hit?

The Republican health care proposal to replace the Affordable Care Act would increase taxes on the rich, according to a new analysis.

The tax hikes would come from the wealthy who would end up paying much more in taxes under the Republican plan, the Tax Policy Center said.

The nonpartisan think tank found that under the House bill, the wealthiest 1 percent would see a tax increase of $4.4 trillion over 10 years and the top 1 percent alone would pay $8.1 trillion over the same period.

The Tax Policy Project analysis shows that the wealthiest people would end to pay more than $1.6 trillion more in federal taxes over the next decade under the GOP plan.

The Tax Policy Study found that the wealthy would pay more under the Senate bill than the GOP bill.

President Donald Trump has been pushing the GOP tax plan through Congress since the spring.

Democrats have been fighting to delay or defeat the bill as a way to protect vulnerable people, such as people with pre-existing conditions.

Republicans have said they would protect people who need care, such a pregnant woman, with pre and post-natal care.

The CBO has said that the Senate plan will save the government $834 billion over 10 to 15 years.

If the Senate version of the Republican bill is approved, the tax increase will be temporary, with the House plan ending after 2023.

The bill would also allow the IRS to extend the existing tax cuts to lower-income people and families through the end of 2025.

Republicans say the tax increases would help pay for a $1 trillion infrastructure investment that would increase the number of bridges, roads and airports, but the Joint Committee on Taxation found that $1,534 billion in infrastructure spending over 10 decades would result in a reduction in GDP growth of 1.2 percent and cost $2.9 trillion.

Congressional Democrats and some Republicans have been pushing for a delay of the Senate health care bill.