[/quote]In contrast, households in the middle 20 percent, with incomes averaging $57,000 per year, will receive an average cut of only $1,090, the newspaper said, citing the CBO report.
Taxpayers whose incomes range from $51,500 to around $75,600, saw their share of federal tax payments increase, according to CBO figures cited by The Washington Post.[/quote]
Isn't it that a rather odd comment? Making 57,000 you payed 1,600 less, then they bring it to 75,000 and don't even give a figure. LABF, it doesn't take a genius to see the cutoff points are 51,000 and 75,000. Go look at it again dimwit. They are using breakout points to make a very weak argument. What do you bet someone making 49,900 to 74,900 had SIGNIFICANT tax savings.
And as was pointed out, the lowest 30% don't even pay taxes. Many got 300 dollars if you filed even a year after they didn't. In effect, they filed a year later and still got 300 bucks.
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