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Temporary Provisions in the Corporate Tax Bill Mask Its Likely Long-Term Impact on the Deficit
by Joel Friedman
24K-HTML, 30K-PDF, 3pp.

The Anticipated Corporate Tax Package: Watch Out For Gimmicks and Giveaways
Joel Friedman
22K-HTML, 28K-PDF, 4pp.

Fact Sheet: Small Businesses Benefit Much Less Than Advertised From Administration Tax Cuts
11K-HTML, 29K-PDF, 2pp.

Many Middle-Class Families Likely To Wind Up As Net Losers From The "Middle-Class" Tax-Cut Legislation
Robert Greenstein and Isaac Shapiro
Revised 9/28/04
110K-HTML, 45K-PDF, 6pp.

Administration Tax-Cut Rhetoric And Small Businesses
Joel Friedman
85K-HTML, 54K-PDF, 8pp.

CBPP Statement: New "Middle-Class" Tax-Cut Bill Represents Cynical Policymaking
Robert Greenstein
Revised 9/27/04
20K-HTML, 31K-PDF, 5pp.

Fact Sheet: Will Extending The "Middle-Class" Tax Cuts Benefit The Middle Class?
Revised 9/27/04
19K-HTML, 27K-PDF, 2pp.

Studies Shed New Light on Effects of Administration’s Tax Cuts
David Kamin and Isaac Shapiro
Revised 9/13/04
125K-HTML, 69K-PDF, 15pp.

Fact Sheet: New Details Emerging On Effects Of Recent Tax Cuts
Revised 9/13/04
39K-HTML, 24K-PDF, 2pp.

New CBO Study Finds That Estate Tax Repeal Would Substantially Reduce Charitable Giving
David Kamin
19K-HTML, 43K-PDF, 3pp.

Proposed "Voice Over Internet Protocol Regulatory Freedom Act" Threatens To Strip States And Localities Of Billions Of Dollars In Annual Tax Revenues
Michael Mazerov
16K-HTML, 27K-PDF, 3pp.

A Sales Tax Deduction Would Largely Benefit High-income Taxpayers and Carry a High Cost
Iris J. Lav
Revised 7/19/04
50K-HTML, 34K-PDF, 5pp.

New Gambit To Pass Tax Cut Extensions Without Paying For Them Represents Unsound Policy
Robert Greenstein and Isaac Shapiro
26K-HTML, 31K-PDF, 4pp.

Misplaced Priorities: The Flawed House and Senate Corporate Tax Bills
Joel Friedman and David Kamin
Revised 7/2/04
41K-HTML, 39K-PDF, 5pp.

An Unwise Deal: Why Eliminating The Income Limit On Roth IRA's Is Too Steep A Price To Pay For A Refundable Saver's Credit
William G. Gale and Peter R. Orszag
37K-HTML, 44K-PDF, 7pp.

The Ultimate Burden of the Tax Cuts
William G. Gale, Peter R. Orszag, and Isaac Shapiro
Embargoed for Release, 6/2/04
Press Release: 29K-HTML, 25K-PDF, 3pp.
Summary: 43K-HTML, 30K-PDF, 5pp.
Full Report: 90K-PDF, 21pp.

Who Would Pay For the House's "Free Lunch" Tax Cuts?
Joel Friedman and Isaac Shapiro
58K-HTML, 47K-PDF, 8pp.

House Bill Adds $69 Billion in Deficit-Financed Tax Cuts By Extending Child Tax Credit to Families With Incomes Up to About $300,000
Robert Greenstein
42K-HTML, 34K-PDF, 5pp.

Alternative Minimum Tax Bill in the House Offers Another Large Dose of Budget Gimmickry
Joel Friedman and David Kamin
30K-HTML, 54K-PDF, 5pp.

Revised House Tax-Cut Bill Swells Deficit And Continues Less Favorable Treatment Of Lower-Income Couples
Joel Friedman
Revised 4/29/04
54K-HTML, 58K-PDF, 6pp.

Tax Returns: A Comprehensive Assessment of the Bush Administration’s Record on Cutting Taxes
Isaac Shapiro and Joel Friedman
Revised 4/23/04
Executive Summary: 45K-HTML, 63K-PDF, 13pp.
Press Release: 36K-HTML, 24K-PDF, 5pp.
Full Report: 301K-PDF, 76pp.
Transcript: Comments by Brookings economist William Gale (PDF), 3pp.

Are Taxes Too High?
Revised 4/19/04
40K-HTML, 42K-PDF, 3pp.

New Retirement Medical Account Proposal Would Create Lucrative Tax Shelter And Swell Deficits, But Do Little To Help Low- And Moderate-Income Seniors With Health Care Costs
Edwin Park and Robert Greenstein
49K-HTML, 52K-PDF, 9pp.

Are Taxes Exceptionally Concentrated At The Top?
Joel Friedman, Robert Greenstein, and Isaac Shapiro
63K-HTML, 44K-PDF, 7pp.

Tax Foundation Figures Do Not Represent Middle-Income Tax Burdens
Joel Friedman, David Kamin, and Robert Greenstein
Revised 4/8/04
29K-HTML, 29K-PDF, 4pp.

Administration's Proposed Tax Credit For The Purchase Of Health Insurance Could Weaken Employer-Based Health Insurance
Edwin Park
Revised 4/6/04
26K-HTML, 100K-PDF, 22pp.

Substantial Flaws in Trade Health Insurance Tax Credit Need To Be Addressed Before Consideration of an Expansion
Edwin Park
51K-HTML, 53K-PDF, 10pp.

Too Good To Be True: Tax Cuts Do Not Pay For Themselves
Richard Kogan, David Kamin, and Joel Friedman
Revised 3/22/04
17K-HTML, 43K-PDF, 2pp.

President's Savings Proposals Likely To Swell Long-Term Deficits, Reduce National Saving, And Primarily Benefit Those With Substantial Wealth
Robert Greenstein and Joel Friedman
Revised 2/27/04
31K-HTML, 40K-PDF, 5pp.

Budget Rule Change Would Make The Cost Of Extending The Tax Cuts Disappear
Robert Greenstein and Joel Friedman
13K-HTML, 24K-PDF, 2pp.

Applying Pay-As-You-Go Rules Only To Entitlement Programs Would Represent A Flawed Approach To Budget Discipline
Joel Friedman and Robert Greenstein
21K-HTML, 29K-PDF, 4pp.

Administration’s Proposed Deduction For Long-Term Care Insurance Premiums Likely To Be Ineffective and Costly, and Of Primary Benefit To Higher-Income Individuals
Edwin Park
26K-HTML, 32K-PDF, 5pp.

President Proposes to Make Tax Benefits of Health Savings Accounts More Lucrative for Higher-Income Individuals
Edwin Park and Robert Greenstein
Revised 2/9/04
37K-HTML, 40K-PDF, 7pp.

The President's Proposal To Make Tax Cuts Permanent: $2.2 Trillion Cost Poses Danger To Economy In The Long Run
Joel Friedman and Robert Greenstein
Revised 1/30/04
46K-HTML, 50K-PDF, 7pp.

CBO Figures Indicate Lower Revenues, Not Higher Spending, Account For The Large Deficit
Isaac Shapiro and Joel Friedman
28K-HTML, 41K-PDF, 2pp.

CBO Data Confirm That Extending Tax Cuts Would More Than Double The Size Of Its Own Official Deficit Projections
Robert Greenstein
8K-HTML, 17K-PDF, 1pp.

Large Tax Cuts But Little Else: Administration Proposes Tax Cuts that Cost Vastly More Than Other Domestic Initiatives Combined
Richard Kogan and David Kamin
59K-HTML, 33K-PDF, 4pp.

Fact Sheet: Making Tax Cuts Permanent Would Pose Long-Term Economic Dangers
John Springer
12K-HTML, 31K-PDF, 2pp.

Total Revenues From All Levels Of Government Drop To Lowest Share Of Economy Since 1968
Isaac Shapiro and Nicholas Johnson
200K-HTML, 54K-PDF, 10pp.

Press Release: Revenues At All Levels Of Government Combined Drop To Lowest Share Of Economy Since 1968 — New Data Question Affordability Of More Tax Cuts
John Springer
19K-HTML, 25K-PDF, 1pg.
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