Let's say we got rid of every tax advantage churches currently enjoy. The revenue implications would be pretty huge.
Break down where the money from deductions, credits and exclusions goes with this handy tool.
We spend a lot through the tax code. And about half that spending goes to families at the top of the income scale.
Cutting the charitable deduction would in most cases hurt nonprofits, including important charitable groups. But there's one way to pare it back that would leave them unscathed.
Mitt Romney wants to cap tax breaks at $17,000. Here are five other ways to do it.
Last week, we looked at Mitt Romney's contention that 47 percent of the country was "dependent on government." On a narrow reading, that's true. But two political scientists argue that when you include tax expenditures, 96 percent of Americans have received aid from the federal government in their lifetimes.
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