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Tax Relief Should be Made Permanent

For example:

Failing to make the President's tax cut permanent could have other adverse effects. For example:

In 2011, a median-income family of 4 would see their taxes increase by $1,866 relative to an extension of the President's tax cut.

Taxes would increase by $963 (relative to extending the President's tax cut) for a single mother with one child who earns $25,000.

Tax Hike in 2011 for 4-person families

The time to fix this problem is now, so families can make their plans for the future today, without needlessly worrying how these plans could be jeopardized by stubborn inaction in the future. Congress should act to make the President's tax relief plan permanent.

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