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Employees of 3 More Companies Get Bonuses Thanks to the GOP Tax Reform Plan

American Airlines, Southwest Airlines, and Navient will be giving employees a $1,000 bonus as a result of the GOP tax reform plan.

By NTK Staff | 01.03.2018 @11:33am
Employees of 3 More Companies Get Bonuses Thanks to the GOP Tax Reform Plan

American Airlines, Southwest Airlines, and Navient have added their names to the growing list of companies that announced they will be giving employees a bonus as a result of the GOP tax reform bill that President Trump signed into law before Christmas.

Reuters reported on Tuesday that American Airlines Group Inc and Southwest Airlines would, “give their employees a $1,000 bonus in light of the recent U.S. tax bill.”

Navient, a Delaware-based loan management company, also announced on Tuesday that they gave 98 percent of their employees a $1,000 bonus just before the holiday season as a result of the new corporate tax rate.

These are just the most recent companies whose employees are benefiting from the GOP tax reform bill.

AT&T, Comcast, and Fifth Third Bancorp all announced they would be giving their employees bonuses after the GOP tax reform bill passed Congress.

Meanwhile, Wells Fargo said it would increase its hourly pay rate to $15 an hour and aim for $400 million in philanthropic donations in 2018, and Boeing announced $300 million in employee-related and charitable investment as a result of the GOP tax reform plan.

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