Despite Slowdown, Another Record Year for Tax Cuts

Maurice, Alex
April 2001
Bond Buyer;04/27/2001, Vol. 336 Issue 31127, p34
Trade Publication
Predicts a record net tax reduction in the United States in fiscal 2001, despite the current economic slowdown. Projected amount in net tax reduction in the country in 2001; Driving factors for tax reduction in the country in fiscal 2001; Industry analysts' prediction that state tax reductions are likely to dwindle as the economic downturn reduces revenue surpluses.


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