How much revenue would a cap on itemized deductions raise?
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How much revenue would a cap on itemized deductions raise?

Boston : MA : USA | Oct 18, 2012 at 7:25 AM PDT
Source: Christian Science Monitor
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Capping deductions would raise revenue in a highly progressive way but how much revenue and how progressive depend on the cap, Williams writes...He had previously suggested a $17,000 cap in an interview and, in the first debate, $25,000 or $50,000 capsand possibly phasing deductions out entirely... FULL ARTICLE AT Christian Science Monitor
 
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