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Repeal of the Federal Estate Tax Would Cost State Governments Billions in Revenue
Elizabeth C. McNichol, Iris J. Lav and Daniel Tenny
Revised 12/12/00
90K-HTML, 49K-PDF, 9pp.

Leadership's Tax Plan Reinforces Inequities in Health and Pension Coverage
Joel Friedman
10/26/00.
39K-HTML, 47K-PDF, 9pp

The Cost of the Bush and Gore Budget Proposals
James Horney and Robert Greenstein
Revised 10/20/00
40K-HTML, 48K-PDF, 10pp.

Health Insurance Deduction of Little Help to the Uninsured
Joel Friedman and Iris J. Lav
Revised 10/18/00
17K-HTML, 87K-PDF, 5pp.

Building Retirement Savings Can Cause Low- And Moderate-Income Working Families to Lose Means-Tested Assistance in Times of Need
09/20/00
9K-HTML, 83K-PDF, 3pp.

Archer MSA Expansions Could Drive Up Health Insurance Premiums And Create New Tax Shelter
Iris J. Lav
09/19/00
31K-HTML, 46K-PDF, 9pp.

Beneficiaries of Proposed Social Security-Related Tax Cut Have Significant Wealth -- Their Average Net Worth Exceeds $1 Million, While Their Median Net Worth is $420,000
Robert Greenstein and Diane Whitmore
09/13/00
16K-HTML, 29K-PDF, 3pp.

The Tax Credit for Low- and Middle-Income Savers in The Senate Finance Committee Pension Bill: Would Lower-income Families Really Benefit?
Peter Orszag, Robert Greenstein, Iris Lav, and James Sly
09/13/00
51K-HTML, 55K-PDF, 11pp.

Estate Tax Repeal: A Windfall For The Wealthiest Americans
Iris J. Lav and James Sly
Revised 8/30/00, 9pp.
22K-HTML

Tax Package Proposed as Accompaniment to Minimum Wage Bill Contains Troubling Proposals
8/30/00
6K-HTML, 19K-PDF, 2pp.

House-Passed Pension Changes Would Overwhelmingly Benefit Corporate Executives And Owners -- Executive Summary
Peter Orszag, Iris J. Lav, and Robert Greenstein
Revised 8/1/00
25K-HTML, 30K-PDF, 4pp.

Tax Cuts That the House or Senate Has Approved Would Consume All of the Realistically Available Surpluses
Robert Greenstein, James Horney, and Iris Lav
7/27/00
25K-HTML, 35K-PDF, 6pp.

Conference "Marriage Penalty Relief" Provisions Reflect Poor Targeting: Much of the Benefits Would Go to Higher-Income Taxpayers or Those Who Already Receive Marriage Bonuses
Iris Lav and James Sly
7/21/00
11K-HTML, 48K-PDF, 3pp.

Marriage Penalty Conference Agreement: Benefits Go Primarily to High-income Taxpayers
7/20/00
3K-HTML, 37K-PDF, 1pp.

How Much of the New CBO Surplus Is Available for Tax and Program Initiatives?
James Horney and Robert Greenstein
7/18/00
10K-HTML, 19K-PDF, 2pp

Proposal Regarding Taxation of Social Security Benefits Would Benefit Higher-Income Beneficiaries While Draining Revenues in Perpetuity
Robert Greenstein
Revised 7/17/00
10K-HTML, 22K-PDF, 3pp.

Large Cost of the Roth "Marriage Penalty Relief" Provisions Reflects Poor Targeting: Much of the Benefits Would Go to High-Income Taxpayers or Those Who Already Receive Marriage Bonuses
Iris Lav and James Sly
Revised 7/12/00
39K-HTML, 64K-PDF, 9pp.

Proposed Pension Changes Would Overwhelmingly Benefit Corporate Executives and Owners: Provisions Could Lead to Pension Reductions for Low- And Moderate-Income Workers
Peter Orszag, Iris J. Lav, and Robert Greenstein
Revised 7/14/00
64K-HTML, 72K-PDF, 15pp.

Should EITC Benefits Be Enlarged for Families with Three or More Children?
Robert Greenstein
Revised 7/10/00, 6pp.
23K-HTML

The Estate Tax, "Double Taxation," and Carry-Over Basis
Iris J. Lav
7/7/00, 3pp.
9K-HTML

How Much of the Enlarged Surplus Is Available for Tax and Program Initiatives? Available Funds Should be Devoted to Real National Priorities
James Horney and Robert Greenstein
Revised 7/7/00
29K-HTML, 130K-PDF, 40pp.

Cost of Tax Cuts the House or Senate Has Passed Or Are Expected to Pass Soon Total $649 Billion
James Horney
Revised 7/6/00, 2pp.
5K-HTML

Should the EITC for Workers Without Children be Abolished, Maintained, or Expanded?
Robert Greenstein
6/22/00
38K-HTML, 44K-PDF, 5pp.

Raising the Amounts That Can Be Contributed to Roth IRAs: The Dangers in the Short Run and the Long Run
Peter Orszag
6/21/00, 7pp.
32K-HTML

A Five-Year Extension of the Internet Tax "Moratorium" Would Further Erode the Tax Base of States and Localities
Michael Mazerov
Revised 5/12/00, 13pp.
44K-HTML

Would Raising IRA Contribution Limits Bolster Retirement Security For Lower- and Middle-Income Families or Is There a Better Way?
Peter Orszag and Jonathan Orszag
Revised 5/1/00, 4pp.
22K-HTML

Would Raising IRA Contribution Limits Bolster Retirement Security For Lower- and Middle-Income Families or Is There a Better Way?
Peter Orszag and Jonathan Orszag
Revised 5/1/00, 20pp.
63K-HTML

Congressional Budget Resolution Would Use at Least 98 Percent of Projected Non-Social Security Surpluses for Tax Cuts
James Horney
Revised 4/14/00, 5pp.
19K-HTML

Tax Freedom Day Report Flawed
Iris J. Lav and Robert Greenstein
4/14/00, 2pp.
11K-HTML

Tax Foundation Figures Result in Inaccurate Impressions of Middle Class Tax Burdens
Iris J. Lav, Isaac Shapiro, Robert Greenstein, and James Sly
4/13/00, 7pp.
26K-HTML

Constitutional Amendment Would Make it Harder to Address Long-Term Financing Problems of Social Security and Medicare
Robert Greenstein
4/10/00, 3pp.
12K-HTML

Constitutional Amendment Would Threaten Higher Deficits in Future Decades and Pose Risks to Medicare While Protecting Special Interest Tax Breaks
Robert Greenstein
4/10/00, 4pp.
17K-HTML

Budget Resolutions Would Use at Least 98 Percent of Projected non-Social Security Surpluses for Tax Cuts
James Horney
3/31/00, 6pp.
25K-HTML

IRA Expansion Nestled in Managed Care Legislation Would Provide Costly Tax Break for Wealthy Individuals
Iris J. Lav
3/28/00, 4pp.
20K-HTML

Costly House Tax Bill That Accompanies Minimum-Wage Legislation Would Largely Benefit High-Income Individuals
Iris J. Lav, James Horney and Robert Greenstein
Revised 3/15/00, 8pp.
30K-HTML

Cost of Tax Cuts That Either the House or Senate Has Passed Total $470 Billion
Revised 3/15/00, 2pp.
6K-HTML

Pension Provisions of Tax Bill Coming to House Floor Would Overwhelmingly Benefit Corporate Executives and Owners
Revised 3/7/00, 3pp.
11K-HTML

Pension Provisions of Tax Bill Coming to House Floor Would Heavily Benefit Highly Paid Executives and Business Owners But Could Jeopardize Pension Benefits for Ordinary Workers
Peter R. Orszag, Iris J. Lav and Robert Greenstein
3/6/00, 13pp.
54K-HTML

How the Cross-Testing Pension Loophole Harms Low- and Moderate-Income Workers
Peter R. Orszag
3/2/00, 9pp.
51K-HTML

MSA Expansions in Patients' Bill of Rights Could Drive Up Health Insurance Premiums and Create New Tax Shelter
Iris J. Lav
Revised 3/2/00, 9pp.
31K-HTML

Large Cost of The Archer "Marriage Penalty Relief" Provisions Reflects Poor Targeting
Iris J. Lav and James Sly
Revised 2/3/00, 7pp.
28K-HTML

What Do The New Baseline Budget Projections Mean? How Much Is Available for Tax Cuts and Program Initiatives?
James Horney and Robert Greenstein
Revised 2/3/00, 4pp.
16K-HTML

Senate Bankruptcy Bill Nearing Passage Includes Costly Tax Cuts That Could Harm Lower-wage Workers
Iris J. Lav and Robert Greenstein
2/3/00, 9pp.
34K-HTML

Testimony of Iris J. Lav on Internet Taxation
Iris J. Lav
2/2/00, 11pp.
50K-HTML
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