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Distributional Estimates for Bowles-Simpson Deficit Commission

Preliminary distributional analysis of the proposals put forward by the Obama fiscal reform commission.

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Table T10-0251 is related to the following tables:

-  T10-0247 - Bowles-Simpson Deficit Commission: Zero Plan Variant, Eliminate Payroll Tax Exclusions, Retain Child Tax Credit and Earned Income Tax Credit. Baseline: Current Law; Distribution by Cash Income Percentile, 2015 (November 16, 2010)
Preliminary distribution of 2015 federal tax change, by cash income percentile, from Option 1 as put forward by the co-chairs of the Obama fiscal reform commission. This table shows the distribution of a variant of the plan that would eliminate all tax expenditures except the Child Tax Credit and Earned Income Tax Credit, compared with current law. In addition to implementing the chairmen's plan, the proposal eliminates payroll tax exclusions from employer-sponsored health insurance, cafeteria plans, and employer retirement contributions.

-  T10-0248 - Bowles-Simpson Deficit Commission: Zero Plan Variant, Eliminate Payroll Tax Exclusions, Retain Child Tax Credit and Earned Income Tax Credit. Baseline: Current Policy; Distribution by Cash Income Percentile, 2015 (November 16, 2010)
Preliminary distribution of 2015 federal tax change, by cash income percentile, from Option 1 as put forward by the co-chairs of the Obama fiscal reform commission. This table shows the distribution of a variant of the plan that would eliminate all tax expenditures except the Child Tax Credit and Earned Income Tax Credit, compared with current policy. In addition to implementing the chairmen's plan, the proposal eliminates payroll tax exclusions from employer-sponsored health insurance, cafeteria plans, and employer retirement contributions.

-  T10-0251 - Bowles-Simpson Deficit Commission: Zero Plan Variant, Retain Child Tax Credit and Earned Income Tax Credit. Baseline: Current Law; Distribution by Cash Income Percentile, 2015 (November 18, 2010)
Preliminary distribution of 2015 federal tax change, by cash income percentile, from Option 1 as put forward by the co-chairs of the Obama fiscal reform commission. This table shows the distribution of a variant of the plan that would eliminate all tax expenditures except the Child Tax Credit and Earned Income Tax Credit, compared with current law.

-  T10-0252 - Bowles-Simpson Deficit Commission: Zero Plan Variant, Retain Child Tax Credit and Earned Income Tax Credit. Baseline: Current Policy; Distribution by Cash Income Percentile, 2015 (November 18, 2010)
Preliminary distribution of 2015 federal tax change, by cash income percentile, from Option 1 as put forward by the co-chairs of the Obama fiscal reform commission. This table shows the distribution of a variant of the plan that would eliminate all tax expenditures except the Child Tax Credit and Earned Income Tax Credit, compared with current policy.

-  T10-0253 - Bowles-Simpson Deficit Commission: Zero Plan Variant, Retain Payroll Tax Exclusions, CTC, EITC, 80% of Mortgage, Health and Retirement Benefit; Baseline: Current Law; Distribution by Cash Income Percentile, 2015 (November 29, 2010)
Preliminary distribution of 2015 federal tax change, by cash income percentile, from Option 1 as put forward by the co-chairs of the Obama fiscal reform commission. This table shows the distribution of a variant of the plan that would retain 80 percent of current mortgage, health and retirement benefit levels and eliminate all tax expenditures except the Child Tax Credit and Earned Income Tax Credit, compared with current law.

-  T10-0254 - Bowles-Simpson Deficit Commission: Zero Plan Variant, Retain Payroll Tax Exclusions, CTC, EITC, 80% of Mortgage, Health and Retirement Benefit; Baseline: Current Policy; Distribution by Cash Income Percentile, 2015 (November 29, 2010)
Preliminary distribution of 2015 federal tax change, by cash income percentile, from Option 1 as put forward by the co-chairs of the Obama fiscal reform commission. This table shows the distribution of a variant of the plan that would retain 80 percent of current mortgage, health and retirement benefit levels and eliminate all tax expenditures except the Child Tax Credit and Earned Income Tax Credit, compared with current policy.

-  T10-0255 - Bowles-Simpson Deficit Commission: Tax Reform with Individual Rates of 12, 22, and 28%; Baseline: Current Law; Distribution by Cash Income Percentile, 2020 (December 1, 2010)
Preliminary distribution of federal tax change at 2015 income levels, by cash income percentile, from the illustrative tax reform plan put forward by the Obama fiscal reform commission (under 2020 law), compared with current law.

-  T10-0256 - Bowles-Simpson Deficit Commission: Tax Reform with Individual Rates of 12, 22, and 28%; Baseline: Current Policy; Distribution by Cash Income Percentile, 2020 (December 1, 2010)
Preliminary distribution of federal tax change at 2015 income levels, by cash income percentile, from the illustrative tax reform plan put forward by the Obama fiscal reform commission (under 2020 law), compared with current policy.

-  T10-0257 - Bowles-Simpson Deficit Commission: Tax Reform with Increased Standard Deduction, Lower Threshold for 22% Rate; Baseline: Current Law; Distribution by Cash Income Percentile, 2020 (December 2, 2010)
Preliminary distribution of federal tax change at 2015 income levels, by cash income percentile, from the modification of the illustrative tax reform plan put forward by the Obama fiscal reform commission (under 2020 law), compared with current law. The modification implements the same individual rates of 12, 22 and 28 percent as the plan in the commission's original report but reduces the bracket threshold for the 22 percent rate and increases the standard deduction.

-  T10-0258 - Bowles-Simpson Deficit Commission: Tax Reform with Increased Standard Deduction, Lower Threshold for 22% Rate; Baseline: Current Policy; Distribution by Cash Income Percentile, 2020 (December 2, 2010)
Preliminary distribution of federal tax change at 2015 income levels, by cash income percentile, from the modification of the illustrative tax reform plan put forward by the Obama fiscal reform commission (under 2020 law), compared with current policy. The modification implements the same individual rates of 12, 22 and 28 percent as the plan in the commission's original report but reduces the bracket threshold for the 22 percent rate and increases the standard deduction.