The tax plan released by House Republicans would shrink the number of tax brackets from seven to four. The seven currently in effect for joint filers are: 10 percent for taxable household income up to $18,650 15 percent for income between $18,651 and $75,900 25 percent for income between $75,901 and $153,100 28 percent for...
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