Tax cut hailed as needed shot in arm

Welch, Rupert
June 2001
Furniture/Today;06/04/2001, Vol. 25 Issue 38, p2
Trade Publication
Reports the impact of the tax reduction bill on the furniture industry in the United States. Effect on estate taxes of furniture retailers and family-owned manufacturers; Reduction in the tax rate for the top income bracket; Implication on fabric production.


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