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Economic stagnation and economic insecurity are grounded in political, cultural, and economic factors that are beyond the reach of any single tax bill or any single legislative reform.
The standard deduction would go up to $12,000 for single tax filers; $18,000 for a single filer with a qualifying child; and around $24,000 for a married couple filing a joint return.
The Treasury Department tracks this exact statistic, and the largest single tax cut by this measure is the 1981 plan pushed by President Ronald Reagan, at 2.89% of GDP over the first four years...
The House budget resolution will not, by itself, deliver a single tax break to the one percent or close a single deduction beloved by a powerful interest group.
Lots of state-level levies have been replaced with a single tax.
One, the White House, House, Senate, have made a deliberate effort to work together towards a unified, single tax program plan.
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