Stars In Alignment For Historic Tax Cut

Winston, David A.
March 2001
Advisor Today;Mar2001, Vol. 96 Issue 3, p82
Trade Publication
Speculates the possibility that the United States Congress would pass legislation that would signify major tax cuts before the end of summer 2001. Endorsement given by Federal Reserve Board Chairman Alan Greenspan on tax cuts; Significance of tax cuts for economic growth; Other factors that increased the likelihood for a major tax cut in the 107th Congress.


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