Let's start with the big one. While most Americans pay less taxes overall, many are surprised that their reimbursements have barely changed or declined. As a result, they feel lost, even if they are still coming forward.
Below are some other ways to see who wins and loses by law. And please note: It is possible to win and lose at the same time.
Slightly less than 30% of applicants will hardly see any change in their tax liability, and a small percentage, about 6%, will experience an increase. These tax cuts for individual applicants are not permanent, as are corporate tax cuts, but they will apply until 2025.
But while most Americans have received tax cuts, most people do not seem to understand that they've got one. According to a NBC News / Wall Street Journal survey this week, only 1
Winner: Most Rich People
The benefits of the new tax law are directed to the wealthy, who generally will see greater benefits than other Americans.
Most people in the lower 20% income bracket will experience little or no change in their tax debt, according to this report.
Loss: Some Rich People, Probably in Blue States
 About 14% of the rich who make more than $ 1 million will experience a tax hike. They are probably concentrated in states with high state and local taxes, and they may have several houses. They were able to deduct much more of their state and local income taxes from their federal earnings. These deductions are now limited to $ 10,000.
Truly Winning: Heirs of Rich People
Still to win: Investors
The tax rates on the capital gains tax have not changed tax law and remain lower than the rates for wage income. People who make money, especially with investment, will therefore continue to pay less than people who are mainly dependent on salary.
Winning: Trump Maybe, Though Some Other Entrepreneurs Will Not Win So Much
Most small business owners (and many other small business owners) include their profits with personal income tax returns rather than paying as a business. Trump is probably one of them, though it's impossible to know because he kept his tax returns from the public's viewpoint.
Winners: Red prosecutors reliant on reimbursements
According to preliminary figures from H & R Block, this is the case predominantly of red states, those who voted for Trump in 2016 and the largest collection of tax refunds.
Defeat: Blue citizens reliant on reimbursements
In the preliminary data on H & R Block, some of the states with the largest decrease in tax debt are blue states with high state and local taxes such as New Jersey, California and Massachusetts. The filers in these high-tax countries had on average some of the biggest tax cuts. They also posted some of the largest average declines.
Loss: Individuals who thought a tax cut would mean a larger refund
The government paid $ 6 billion less IRS reimbursements by March 29, even though the average reimbursement it claims is $ 2,873 and has shrunk by less than 1% year-on-year.
Loss: Persons who receive no refund, but may have thought
Winning: Individuals Paying Their Own Taxes
Winning: Persons Making the Standard Deduction
Loss: Washington, DC, Tax Returns
The largest return of capital is largest at 6.1%. It is also the least decline in average tax debt, 18% – which is indeed a cut, but on average the lowest in the country.
Forever Winning: Business
The interest rate cut has been massively reduced from 35% to 21%. From 2018 this will be permanently anchored in the new law.
Loss: The US Department of the Treasury