Financial Crisis Responsibility Fee News
Market Sneek Peak
Markets opened today to the news of the 2011 budget.
President Obama: 2011 Budget Contains Investments to Boost Economy
spending, which amounts to roughly $250 billion in 10 years; the proposed bank tax -- called a financial crisis responsibility fee -- to repay taxpayers for the Wall Street bailout, amounting to $90 billion in 10 years; and eliminating
President Obama's $3.8 Trillion Budget
non-security discretionary spending ($250 billion over 10 years) ; the proposed bank tax -- called a financial crisis responsibility fee -- to repay taxpayers for the Wall Street bailout ($90 billion over 10 years); and eliminating
Obama Proposes Limits on Wall Street Banks; Enough to Ease Main Street Anger?
President Unveils Reform Measures, Limits on Trading, Investing in Hedge Funds; Dow Drops 200 Points
Warren Buffett: Nothing Improper in Goldman Transaction
Legendary Investor Says Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein Should Stay Put, Calls Major Financial Failures 'Disgusting'
Buffett: Against Bank Tax, for Higher 'Rich Guy' Taxes
Relief Program. Last week, the administration unveiled a plan to levy what the government calls a financial crisis responsibility fee on roughly 50 banks with assets of $50 billion or more. The goal is to raise at least $90 billion
Obama Bank Tax: Wall St. Mulls Court Challenge
and punishes them without first granting them a trial. The President's bank tax – known as the " Financial Crisis Responsibility Fee " – will be included in the President's 2011 budget proposal. It would tax about 50 of Wall Street's
JPMorgan Reports $26.9 Billion for Employee Pay, Bonuses, Benefits
of doing business." Dimon reiterated his objections to the Obama administration's so-called financial crisis responsibility fee , which is generally considered a tax on banks to recoup the government's losses on the Troubled
The 'Financial Crisis Responsibility Fee''
other news President Obama is tackling the big banks had on. Announcing plans for what He calls a financial crisis responsibility fee . It will of the largest banks new taxes to pay for the bailout of Wall Street the big auto companies
Obama to Banks: 'We Want Our Money Back'
in this recession. We want our money back and we're gonna get. And that's why are proposing a financial crisis responsibility fee to be imposed on major financial firms. Until the American people are fully compensated for the extraordinary
Obama Announces Big Bank Fee
it," President Obama said sternly this afternoon at the White House. What the government calls a financial crisis responsibility fee would be levied on roughly 50 banks with assets of $50 billion or more. The goal is to raise at
Coakley v. Brown: Mass Senate Race
perhaps over ten year period but it's going to be a Levy on the expects. It's actually called the financial crisis responsibility fee . Which is a lot of words to avoid saying 13 letter word that Democrats especially don't like to
President Obama to Big Banks: “We Want Our Money Back”
Diplomatic Reception Room. The president was announcing a new tax on big banks – what he calls the “ financial crisis responsibility fee ” – to repay the up to $120 billion in Troubled Asset Relief Program funds that the taxpayers are
Is Obama Message on Economy Breaking Through?
phrase to the lexicon. Meet the “ financial crisis responsibility fee ,” four words designed to avoid ..... which the White House calls a ‘ financial crisis responsibility fee ’ -- would force more than
The Presidential Planner
form of a fee on the country’s biggest financial firms – what the administration is calling the “ financial crisis responsibility fee .” A senior administration official said on a conference call with reporters last night that President
Obama to Announce Bank Fees to Recoup TARP Losses
thtat they could pay this financial crisis responsibility fee back to the American taxpayer is ..... will be covered by the “ financial crisis responsibility fee ” 35 will be U.S ..... than for them to pay this financial crisis responsibility fee , that’s just not an