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A new report from The Heritage Foundation shows that if tax reform were to be repealed or expire, the average American would have $26,906 less in take-home pay over the subsequent 10 years.
“After 2025, most of the individual tax cuts revert to prior law. The tax cuts expire,” Adam Michel, a policy analyst at The Heritage Foundation’s Thomas A. Roe Institute for Economic Policy Studies, told The Daily Signal in an email.
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Michel is a co-author of the study, released Wednesday, that found that repealing the tax reform or letting it expire and causing taxes to revert to their former rates and structure would leave Americans “$26,906 poorer over the following 10 years.”
“To solidify the current broad-based economic expansion, Congress must make the tax cuts permanent,” he added. “A series of three new bills that make up ‘Tax Reform 2.0’ have passed the House.
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“The package would make much of last year’s tax reform permanent, introduce new simplifications for family saving, and provide a helping hand for new small businesses,” Michel said.
Take-home pay for the average family of four could drop by $45,739 over 10 years, according to the study, and taxpayers could face decreasing job openings, lower incomes, and higher taxes in every...
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