We interrupt the continuing debate on extending the Bush tax cuts for a special non-news headline:
Wealthy benefit most from tax subsidies
More information is available at Reuters, Yahoo Finance, Business Insider and from the two groups that conducted the research that produced the not surprising results, the Corporation for Enterprise Development and the Annie E. Casey Foundation.
You'll find highlights in the official announcement of the study and full details in the report itself, Upside Down: America's $400 Billion Federal Asset-Building Budget.
- Tax cuts back on track in the House
- The burden on the richest taxpayers
- A look at who's paying how much taxes
- Effect of expiring tax cuts on the rich
- Democrat vs. Republican tax cut graphics
- 'Tax us more,' say some rich Americans
- Taxes, wealth and relativity
- Representing the rich ... or not
- Some quick tax cut calculations
- OMG! What will happen to my tax bill if the Bush tax cuts expire!?!
- Tax cuts smackdown!
- Biggest tax cheats? The rich
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