Income and Corporate Tax Provisions of the 2001 Tax Act - The Economic Growth and Tax Relief Reconciliation Act of 2001's rate reductions and refund checks have attracted the most attention, but its other provisions will create substantial tax planning issues. The Act includes significant education incentives, increases retirement contributions, provides marriage penalty relief, and expands ...
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