3,000,000 Americans (& Counting) Have Received Trump Tax Reform Bonuses & Raises

Thus far over 3,000,000 Americans have received Trump Tax Reform bonuses any pay raises.  Check out what some of they are saying about their bonuses and raises:

“I’ve got a vehicle I’m trying to get ready for my daughter. She needs transportation, so it [bonus] will help me out in that instance very much.” [Link]

“I’ve never really had anything like this happen before,” said 24-year-old Brian Robertson, a mover with Broadway Express. “It’s the first job I’ve ever had to get any kind of bonus or anything.” [Link]

“Anytime your paycheck increases, it’s definitely a good thing for your family,” said Kristi Stoddard. “It’s nice to see they’re putting money back into the middle class.” [Link]

“We’ll be able to pay more bills,” said Rich Stoddard. “We might be able to go out for dinner. Do the little things we might not be able to do until this kicks in. Honestly, your paycheck, you know where it’s going even before you get it. Now we have a little extra.” [Link]

“I’m very grateful for the bonus and raise I received,” said Shawn Joy, who has worked as an applicator/operator at the business for about five years. [Link]

Hair stylist Breitanya Williams spent part of her bonus fixing the taillights on her Buick Rendezvous — the only vehicle she and her husband own that will fit all four of their young children. Another portion of Williams’ extra money went toward subscribing to a workout program. “That’s like my life-changing part,” said Williams, 25. “I just had my fourth child in five years … (and I’m) trying to make my family and myself healthier.” [Link]

Williams’ colleague Laura Naven also put her bonus toward her family. She paid down hospital bills left over from when she gave birth to her 4-month-old and put some money into savings. “I have two kids, so building up the savings is key right now,” said Naven, 33, general manager at Five Senses. [Link]

“I’ve got a vehicle I’m trying to get ready for my daughter. She needs transportation, so it [bonus] will help me out in that instance very much.” [Link]

“I’ve never really had anything like this happen before,” said 24-year-old Brian Robertson, a mover with Broadway Express. “It’s the first job I’ve ever had to get any kind of bonus or anything.” [Link]

“Anytime your paycheck increases, it’s definitely a good thing for your family,” said Kristi Stoddard. “It’s nice to see they’re putting money back into the middle class.” [Link]

“We’ll be able to pay more bills,” said Rich Stoddard. “We might be able to go out for dinner. Do the little things we might not be able to do until this kicks in. Honestly, your paycheck, you know where it’s going even before you get it. Now we have a little extra.” [Link]

“I’m very grateful for the bonus and raise I received,” said Shawn Joy, who has worked as an applicator/operator at the business for about five years. [Link]

Hair stylist Breitanya Williams spent part of her bonus fixing the taillights on her Buick Rendezvous — the only vehicle she and her husband own that will fit all four of their young children. Another portion of Williams’ extra money went toward subscribing to a workout program. “That’s like my life-changing part,” said Williams, 25. “I just had my fourth child in five years … (and I’m) trying to make my family and myself healthier.” [Link]

Williams’ colleague Laura Naven also put her bonus toward her family. She paid down hospital bills left over from when she gave birth to her 4-month-old and put some money into savings. “I have two kids, so building up the savings is key right now,” said Naven, 33, general manager at Five Senses. [Link]

“I’ve got a vehicle I’m trying to get ready for my daughter. She needs transportation, so it [bonus] will help me out in that instance very much.” [Link]

“I’ve never really had anything like this happen before,” said 24-year-old Brian Robertson, a mover with Broadway Express. “It’s the first job I’ve ever had to get any kind of bonus or anything.” [Link]

“Anytime your paycheck increases, it’s definitely a good thing for your family,” said Kristi Stoddard. “It’s nice to see they’re putting money back into the middle class.” [Link]

“We’ll be able to pay more bills,” said Rich Stoddard. “We might be able to go out for dinner. Do the little things we might not be able to do until this kicks in. Honestly, your paycheck, you know where it’s going even before you get it. Now we have a little extra.” [Link]

“I’m very grateful for the bonus and raise I received,” said Shawn Joy, who has worked as an applicator/operator at the business for about five years. [Link]

Hair stylist Breitanya Williams spent part of her bonus fixing the taillights on her Buick Rendezvous — the only vehicle she and her husband own that will fit all four of their young children. Another portion of Williams’ extra money went toward subscribing to a workout program. “That’s like my life-changing part,” said Williams, 25. “I just had my fourth child in five years … (and I’m) trying to make my family and myself healthier.” [Link]

Williams’ colleague Laura Naven also put her bonus toward her family. She paid down hospital bills left over from when she gave birth to her 4-month-old and put some money into savings. “I have two kids, so building up the savings is key right now,” said Naven, 33, general manager at Five Senses. [Link]

“I’ve got a vehicle I’m trying to get ready for my daughter. She needs transportation, so it [bonus] will help me out in that instance very much.” [Link]

“I’ve never really had anything like this happen before,” said 24-year-old Brian Robertson, a mover with Broadway Express. “It’s the first job I’ve ever had to get any kind of bonus or anything.” [Link]

“Anytime your paycheck increases, it’s definitely a good thing for your family,” said Kristi Stoddard. “It’s nice to see they’re putting money back into the middle class.” [Link]

“We’ll be able to pay more bills,” said Rich Stoddard. “We might be able to go out for dinner. Do the little things we might not be able to do until this kicks in. Honestly, your paycheck, you know where it’s going even before you get it. Now we have a little extra.” [Link]

“I’m very grateful for the bonus and raise I received,” said Shawn Joy, who has worked as an applicator/operator at the business for about five years. [Link]

Hair stylist Breitanya Williams spent part of her bonus fixing the taillights on her Buick Rendezvous — the only vehicle she and her husband own that will fit all four of their young children. Another portion of Williams’ extra money went toward subscribing to a workout program. “That’s like my life-changing part,” said Williams, 25. “I just had my fourth child in five years … (and I’m) trying to make my family and myself healthier.” [Link]

Williams’ colleague Laura Naven also put her bonus toward her family. She paid down hospital bills left over from when she gave birth to her 4-month-old and put some money into savings. “I have two kids, so building up the savings is key right now,” said Naven, 33, general manager at Five Senses. [Link]

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