The Dividend Tax Cut: Fortune 100 Corporate Executives Would Reap Huge Financial Benefits

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The Special Investigations Division of the House Committee on Government Reform analyzed President Bush's proposal to eliminate personal income taxes on dividends. The report focuses on the limited impact of this tax cut on the average American, with over 70% of taxpayers anticipated to receive no benefit. Contrarily, it highlights that top executives of "Fortune 100" corporations would be major beneficiaries.
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