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Distribution of the 2001 - 2008 Tax Cuts
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Expiration of the Bush Tax Cuts
Explanation of Income Measures 2013
Federal Budget
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Guide to TPC Tables
Health Insurance Tax Incentives
Homeownership
How to Interpret Distribution Tables 2013
Marriage Penalties
Model FAQ 2013
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Presidential Transition - 2009
Recent Tax Stimulus Legislation
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Tax Encyclopedia Index
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Who Doesn't Pay Federal Taxes?
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Tax Proposals by 2012 Presidential Candidates

TPC has analyzed the distributional effects of tax proposals from President Obama, Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney, and Republican vice-presidential candidate Paul Ryan. The following pages provide links to TPC research related to the 2012 candidates.

Major Tax Proposals by President Obama and Governor Romney Comparative Table

TPC Resources on President Obama's Tax and Budget Plans

TPC Resources on Presidential Candidate Mitt Romney's Tax Plan

TPC Resources on Vice-Presidential Candidate Paul Ryan's Tax Plans
 

Compare tax brackets, tax rates, standard deductions, and personal exemptions under the candidates' proposals
 

Separate Tables for Obama's Proposal, Romney's Proposal, Current Policy, and Pre-2001 Tax Law

2012

2013

Comparison of Rates for Obama's Proposal, Romney's Proposal, Current Policy, and Pre-2001 Tax Law

2012

2013


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