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Explainer: Extending the Bush Tax Cuts

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Document date: September 07, 2010
Released online: September 07, 2010

Roberton Williams, Senior Fellow at the Urban-Brookings Tax Policy Center, discusses the policy options related to the expiring Bush tax cuts, how those options would affect the various taxpayers, and how they would relate to the budget deficit.


 

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