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Tax Loophole For Wealthy Money Managers Lowered Romney’s Taxes By $2.6 Million In Last Two Years

Mitt Romney’s newly released tax returns show that he made about $20 million in each of the last two years, while paying a 13.9 percent tax rate in 2010. He anticipates paying about 15 percent for 2011. Romney is able to drive his tax rate down below that of many middle class families because, as [...]
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