Are you suspicious about

Are you suspicious about whether the Bush tax cut would really give the average family a $1600 tax cut a year?

Well, you’ve got good reason.

According to the Center for Budget and Policy Priorities “85 percent of families would either receive a nominal tax cut of less than $1,600 or receive no tax cut at all” and “the median, or typical, family without children would receive a tax reduction of $266.”

Want more details? Check out the CBPP’s new fact sheet on how much the average family would really get under the Bush plan.

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