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The Bush tax cuts expired at the end of Congress and the president agreed to keep the Bush rates in place for all but the top two brackets which reverted to 36 percent and percent. Taxes fall, spending increases. The Bush administration soon found itself at war in Afghanistan. Inthe United States began another war in Iraq. The cost of the tax cut is the 5, in lost revenues If the government cuts the tax rate to 10, then the Griffins tax bill falls to 5, By this measure, the Bush Tax cuts have a price tag of around Billion per year!!
35 Lets take a look at previous marginal tax rate changes to put the Bush tax cut in a historical context.
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