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The Top 1% Get 17% Of Income, 27% Of Tax Expenditures

Bloomberg, How the IRS Helps the Rich Get Richer: The top 1 percent gets the most from federal tax breaks, a new report shows, fueling election-year outrage over income inequality.... The top 1 percent of Americans as measured by income rake in 17 percent of all U.S. income on...
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