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THE ECONOMIC GROWTH AND TAX RELIEF RECONCILIATION ACT OF 2001 & THE JOBS AND GROWTH TAX RELIEF

RECONCILIATION ACT OF 2003 WILL PROVIDE BENEFITS TO MORE THAN 105 MILLION U.S TAXPAYERS REDUCING TAXES • • More than 105 million taxpayers in the U.S. will have lower income tax bills in 2004 under EGTRRA and JGTRRA. More than 23 million business taxpayers in the U.S. can use their tax savings from the two Acts to invest in new equipment, hire additional workers, and increase pay.

NEW 10-PERCENT BRACKET • Nearly 94 million taxpayers in the U.S. will benefit from the new 10-percent bracket enacted in EGTRRA and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the expansions of the bracket scheduled for 2008.

REDUCTION IN INCOME TAX RATES • Nearly 25 million taxpayers in the U.S. will benefit from the EGTRRA reduction in income tax rates above 15-percent and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the reductions scheduled for 2004 and 2006.

REDUCTION OF MARRIAGE PENALTY • More than 33 million married couples in the U.S. will benefit from the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the EGTRRA provisions that increase the standard deduction for joint filers to double the amount for single filers and increase the width of the 15-percent bracket to twice the width for single filers. These two provisions were scheduled to phase in between 2005 and 2009.

INCREASE IN CHILD TAX CREDIT • 26 million married couples and single parents in the U.S. benefit from the increase in the child tax credit under EGTRRA and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the increase from $600 to $1,000 that was scheduled to phase in between 2005 and 2010.

REDUCED TAX RATES ON CAPITAL GAINS AND CORPORATE DIVIDENDS • 23 million taxpayers in the U.S. will benefit from the reduced tax rates on capital gains and corporate dividends under JGTRRA.

SOURCE: Counts are for the number of returns filed in 2003 that would have benefited from the package. These estimates are based on tabulations from all individual income tax returns processed by the Internal Revenue Service in 2003. Most of these returns covered tax year 2002.

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THE ECONOMIC GROWTH AND TAX RELIEF RECONCILIATION ACT OF 2001 & THE JOBS AND GROWTH TAX RELIEF RECONCILIATION ACT OF 2003 WILL PROVIDE BENEFITS TO MORE THAN 1.4 MILLION ALABAMA TAXPAYERS REDUCING TAXES • • More than 1.4 million taxpayers in Alabama will have lower income tax bills in 2004 under EGTRRA and JGTRRA. 300,000 business taxpayers in Alabama can use their tax savings from the two Acts to invest in new equipment, hire additional workers, and increase pay.

NEW 10-PERCENT BRACKET • More than 1.2 million taxpayers in Alabama will benefit from the new 10-percent bracket enacted in EGTRRA and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the expansions of the bracket scheduled for 2008.

REDUCTION IN INCOME TAX RATES • 255,000 taxpayers in Alabama will benefit from the EGTRRA reduction in income tax rates above 15-percent and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the reductions scheduled for 2004 and 2006.

REDUCTION OF MARRIAGE PENALTY • More than 465,000 married couples in Alabama will benefit from the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the EGTRRA provisions that increase the standard deduction for joint filers to double the amount for single filers and increase the width of the 15-percent bracket to twice the width for single filers. These two provisions were scheduled to phase in between 2005 and 2009.

INCREASE IN CHILD TAX CREDIT • Nearly 420,000 married couples and single parents in Alabama benefit from the increase in the child tax credit under EGTRRA and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the increase from $600 to $1,000 that was scheduled to phase in between 2005 and 2010.

REDUCED TAX RATES ON CAPITAL GAINS AND CORPORATE DIVIDENDS • More than 275,000 taxpayers in Alabama will benefit from the reduced tax rates on capital gains and corporate dividends under JGTRRA.

SOURCE: Counts are for the number of returns filed in 2003 that would have benefited from the package. These estimates are based on tabulations from all individual income tax returns processed by the Internal Revenue Service in 2003. Most of these returns covered tax year 2002.

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THE ECONOMIC GROWTH AND TAX RELIEF RECONCILIATION ACT OF 2001 & THE JOBS AND GROWTH TAX RELIEF RECONCILIATION ACT OF 2003 WILL PROVIDE BENEFITS TO NEARLY 265,000 MILLION ALASKA TAXPAYERS REDUCING TAXES • • Nearly 265,000 taxpayers in Alaska will have lower income tax bills in 2004 under EGTRRA and JGTRRA. 70,000 business taxpayers in Alaska can use their tax savings from the two Acts to invest in new equipment, hire additional workers, and increase pay.

NEW 10-PERCENT BRACKET • 240,000 taxpayers in Alaska will benefit from the new 10-percent bracket enacted in EGTRRA and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the expansions of the bracket scheduled for 2008.

REDUCTION IN INCOME TAX RATES • 70,000 taxpayers in Alaska will benefit from the EGTRRA reduction in income tax rates above 15-percent and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the reductions scheduled for 2004 and 2006.

REDUCTION OF MARRIAGE PENALTY • 83,000 married couples in Alaska will benefit from the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the EGTRRA provisions that increase the standard deduction for joint filers to double the amount for single filers and increase the width of the 15-percent bracket to twice the width for single filers. These two provisions were scheduled to phase in between 2005 and 2009.

INCREASE IN CHILD TAX CREDIT • More than 60,000 married couples and single parents in Alaska benefit from the increase in the child tax credit under EGTRRA and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the increase from $600 to $1,000 that was scheduled to phase in between 2005 and 2010.

REDUCED TAX RATES ON CAPITAL GAINS AND CORPORATE DIVIDENDS • More than 60,000 taxpayers in Alaska will benefit from the reduced tax rates on capital gains and corporate dividends under JGTRRA.

SOURCE: Counts are for the number of returns filed in 2003 that would have benefited from the package. These estimates are based on tabulations from all individual income tax returns processed by the Internal Revenue Service in 2003. Most of these returns covered tax year 2002.

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THE ECONOMIC GROWTH AND TAX RELIEF RECONCILIATION ACT OF 2001 & THE JOBS AND GROWTH TAX RELIEF RECONCILIATION ACT OF 2003 WILL PROVIDE BENEFITS TO MORE THAN 1.8 MILLION ARIZONA TAXPAYERS REDUCING TAXES • • More than 1.8 million taxpayers in Arizona will have lower income tax bills in 2004 under EGTRRA and JGTRRA. 380,000 business taxpayers in Arizona can use their tax savings from the two Acts to invest in new equipment, hire additional workers, and increase pay.

NEW 10-PERCENT BRACKET • More than 1.6 million taxpayers in Arizona will benefit from the new 10-percent bracket enacted in EGTRRA and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the expansions of the bracket scheduled for 2008.

REDUCTION IN INCOME TAX RATES • 400,000 taxpayers in Arizona will benefit from the EGTRRA reduction in income tax rates above 15-percent and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the reductions scheduled for 2004 and 2006.

REDUCTION OF MARRIAGE PENALTY • 580,000 married couples in Arizona will benefit from the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the EGTRRA provisions that increase the standard deduction for joint filers to double the amount for single filers and increase the width of the 15-percent bracket to twice the width for single filers. These two provisions were scheduled to phase in between 2005 and 2009.

INCREASE IN CHILD TAX CREDIT • Nearly 470,000 married couples and single parents in Arizona benefit from the increase in the child tax credit under EGTRRA and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the increase from $600 to $1,000 that was scheduled to phase in between 2005 and 2010.

REDUCED TAX RATES ON CAPITAL GAINS AND CORPORATE DIVIDENDS • More than 380,000 taxpayers in Arizona will benefit from the reduced tax rates on capital gains and corporate dividends under JGTRRA.

SOURCE: Counts are for the number of returns filed in 2003 that would have benefited from the package. These estimates are based on tabulations from all individual income tax returns processed by the Internal Revenue Service in 2003. Most of these returns covered tax year 2002.

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THE ECONOMIC GROWTH AND TAX RELIEF RECONCILIATION ACT OF 2001 & THE JOBS AND GROWTH TAX RELIEF RECONCILIATION ACT OF 2003 WILL PROVIDE BENEFITS TO 865,000 ARKANSAS TAXPAYERS REDUCING TAXES • • 865,000 taxpayers in Arkansas will have lower income tax bills in 2004 under EGTRRA and JGTRRA. More than 200,000 business taxpayers in Arkansas can use their tax savings from the two Acts to invest in new equipment, hire additional workers, and increase pay.

NEW 10-PERCENT BRACKET • More than 740,000 taxpayers in Arkansas will benefit from the new 10-percent bracket enacted in EGTRRA and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the expansions of the bracket scheduled for 2008.

REDUCTION IN INCOME TAX RATES • Nearly 125,000 taxpayers in Arkansas will benefit from the EGTRRA reduction in income tax rates above 15-percent and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the reductions scheduled for 2004 and 2006.

REDUCTION OF MARRIAGE PENALTY • More than 280,000 married couples in Arkansas will benefit from the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the EGTRRA provisions that increase the standard deduction for joint filers to double the amount for single filers and increase the width of the 15-percent bracket to twice the width for single filers. These two provisions were scheduled to phase in between 2005 and 2009.

INCREASE IN CHILD TAX CREDIT • Nearly 240,000 married couples and single parents in Arkansas benefit from the increase in the child tax credit under EGTRRA and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the increase from $600 to $1,000 that was scheduled to phase in between 2005 and 2010.

REDUCED TAX RATES ON CAPITAL GAINS AND CORPORATE DIVIDENDS • More than 155,000 taxpayers in Arkansas will benefit from the reduced tax rates on capital gains and corporate dividends under JGTRRA.

SOURCE: Counts are for the number of returns filed in 2003 that would have benefited from the package. These estimates are based on tabulations from all individual income tax returns processed by the Internal Revenue Service in 2003. Most of these returns covered tax year 2002.

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THE ECONOMIC GROWTH AND TAX RELIEF RECONCILIATION ACT OF 2001 & THE JOBS AND GROWTH TAX RELIEF RECONCILIATION ACT OF 2003 WILL PROVIDE BENEFITS TO 12.4 MILLION CALIFORNIA TAXPAYERS REDUCING TAXES • • 12.4 million taxpayers in California will have lower income tax bills in 2004 under EGTRRA and JGTRRA. Nearly 3.1 million business taxpayers in California can use their tax savings from the two Acts to invest in new equipment, hire additional workers, and increase pay.

NEW 10-PERCENT BRACKET • More than 11 million taxpayers in California will benefit from the new 10-percent bracket enacted in EGTRRA and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the expansions of the bracket scheduled for 2008.

REDUCTION IN INCOME TAX RATES • More than 3.4 million taxpayers in California will benefit from the EGTRRA reduction in income tax rates above 15-percent and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the reductions scheduled for 2004 and 2006.

REDUCTION OF MARRIAGE PENALTY • Nearly 3.8 million married couples in California will benefit from the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the EGTRRA provisions that increase the standard deduction for joint filers to double the amount for single filers and increase the width of the 15-percent bracket to twice the width for single filers. These two provisions were scheduled to phase in between 2005 and 2009.

INCREASE IN CHILD TAX CREDIT • Nearly 3 million married couples and single parents in California benefit from the increase in the child tax credit under EGTRRA and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the increase from $600 to $1,000 that was scheduled to phase in between 2005 and 2010.

REDUCED TAX RATES ON CAPITAL GAINS AND CORPORATE DIVIDENDS • Nearly 2.9 taxpayers in California will benefit from the reduced tax rates on capital gains and corporate dividends under JGTRRA.

SOURCE: Counts are for the number of returns filed in 2003 that would have benefited from the package. These estimates are based on tabulations from all individual income tax returns processed by the Internal Revenue Service in 2003. Most of these returns covered tax year 2002.

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THE ECONOMIC GROWTH AND TAX RELIEF RECONCILIATION ACT OF 2001 & THE JOBS AND GROWTH TAX RELIEF RECONCILIATION ACT OF 2003 WILL PROVIDE BENEFITS TO MORE THAN 1.7 MILLION COLORADO TAXPAYERS REDUCING TAXES • • More than 1.7 million taxpayers in Colorado will have lower income tax bills in 2004 under EGTRRA and JGTRRA. More than 470,000 business taxpayers in Colorado can use their tax savings from the two Acts to invest in new equipment, hire additional workers, and increase pay.

NEW 10-PERCENT BRACKET • More than 1.5 million taxpayers in Colorado will benefit from the new 10-percent bracket enacted in EGTRRA and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the expansions of the bracket scheduled for 2008.

REDUCTION IN INCOME TAX RATES • More than 460,000 taxpayers in Colorado will benefit from the EGTRRA reduction in income tax rates above 15-percent and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the reductions scheduled for 2004 and 2006.

REDUCTION OF MARRIAGE PENALTY • More than 565,000 married couples in Colorado will benefit from the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the EGTRRA provisions that increase the standard deduction for joint filers to double the amount for single filers and increase the width of the 15-percent bracket to twice the width for single filers. These two provisions were scheduled to phase in between 2005 and 2009.

INCREASE IN CHILD TAX CREDIT • 410,000 married couples and single parents in Colorado benefit from the increase in the child tax credit under EGTRRA and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the increase from $600 to $1,000 that was scheduled to phase in between 2005 and 2010.

REDUCED TAX RATES ON CAPITAL GAINS AND CORPORATE DIVIDENDS • More than 400,000 taxpayers in Colorado will benefit from the reduced tax rates on capital gains and corporate dividends under JGTRRA.

SOURCE: Counts are for the number of returns filed in 2003 that would have benefited from the package. These estimates are based on tabulations from all individual income tax returns processed by the Internal Revenue Service in 2003. Most of these returns covered tax year 2002.

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THE ECONOMIC GROWTH AND TAX RELIEF RECONCILIATION ACT OF 2001 & THE JOBS AND GROWTH TAX RELIEF RECONCILIATION ACT OF 2003 WILL PROVIDE BENEFITS TO NEARLY 1.4 MILLION CONNECTICUT TAXPAYERS REDUCING TAXES • • Nearly 1.4 million taxpayers in Connecticut will have lower income tax bills in 2004 under EGTRRA and JGTRRA. More than 325,000 business taxpayers in Connecticut can use their tax savings from the two Acts to invest in new equipment, hire additional workers, and increase pay.

NEW 10-PERCENT BRACKET • More than 1.2 million taxpayers in Connecticut will benefit from the new 10-percent bracket enacted in EGTRRA and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the expansions of the bracket scheduled for 2008.

REDUCTION IN INCOME TAX RATES • More than 455,000 taxpayers in Connecticut will benefit from the EGTRRA reduction in income tax rates above 15-percent and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the reductions scheduled for 2004 and 2006.

REDUCTION OF MARRIAGE PENALTY • More than 455,000 married couples in Connecticut will benefit from the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the EGTRRA provisions that increase the standard deduction for joint filers to double the amount for single filers and increase the width of the 15-percent bracket to twice the width for single filers. These two provisions were scheduled to phase in between 2005 and 2009.

INCREASE IN CHILD TAX CREDIT • 320,000 married couples and single parents in Connecticut benefit from the increase in the child tax credit under EGTRRA and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the increase from $600 to $1,000 that was scheduled to phase in between 2005 and 2010.

REDUCED TAX RATES ON CAPITAL GAINS AND CORPORATE DIVIDENDS • 365,000 taxpayers in Connecticut will benefit from the reduced tax rates on capital gains and corporate dividends under JGTRRA.

SOURCE: Counts are for the number of returns filed in 2003 that would have benefited from the package. These estimates are based on tabulations from all individual income tax returns processed by the Internal Revenue Service in 2003. Most of these returns covered tax year 2002.

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THE ECONOMIC GROWTH AND TAX RELIEF RECONCILIATION ACT OF 2001 & THE JOBS AND GROWTH TAX RELIEF RECONCILIATION ACT OF 2003 WILL PROVIDE BENEFITS TO MORE THAN 320,000 DELAWARE TAXPAYERS REDUCING TAXES • • 320,000 taxpayers in Delaware will have lower income tax bills in 2004 under EGTRRA and JGTRRA. Nearly 60,000 business taxpayers in Delaware can use their tax savings from the two Acts to invest in new equipment, hire additional workers, and increase pay.

NEW 10-PERCENT BRACKET • 290,000 taxpayers in Delaware will benefit from the new 10-percent bracket enacted in EGTRRA and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the expansions of the bracket scheduled for 2008.

REDUCTION IN INCOME TAX RATES • 84,000 taxpayers in Delaware will benefit from the EGTRRA reduction in income tax rates above 15-percent and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the reductions scheduled for 2004 and 2006.

REDUCTION OF MARRIAGE PENALTY • 100,000 married couples in Delaware will benefit from the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the EGTRRA provisions that increase the standard deduction for joint filers to double the amount for single filers and increase the width of the 15-percent bracket to twice the width for single filers. These two provisions were scheduled to phase in between 2005 and 2009.

INCREASE IN CHILD TAX CREDIT • 80,000 married couples and single parents in Delaware benefit from the increase in the child tax credit under EGTRRA and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the increase from $600 to $1,000 that was scheduled to phase in between 2005 and 2010.

REDUCED TAX RATES ON CAPITAL GAINS AND CORPORATE DIVIDENDS • More than 70,000 taxpayers in Delaware will benefit from the reduced tax rates on capital gains and corporate dividends under JGTRRA.

SOURCE: Counts are for the number of returns filed in 2003 that would have benefited from the package. These estimates are based on tabulations from all individual income tax returns processed by the Internal Revenue Service in 2003. Most of these returns covered tax year 2002.

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THE ECONOMIC GROWTH AND TAX RELIEF RECONCILIATION ACT OF 2001 & THE JOBS AND GROWTH TAX RELIEF RECONCILIATION ACT OF 2003 WILL PROVIDE BENEFITS TO MORE THAN 6.1 MILLION FLORIDA TAXPAYERS REDUCING TAXES • • More than 6.1 million taxpayers in Florida will have lower income tax bills in 2004 under EGTRRA and JGTRRA. Nearly 1.4 million business taxpayers in Florida can use their tax savings from the two Acts to invest in new equipment, hire additional workers, and increase pay.

NEW 10-PERCENT BRACKET • More than 5.4 million taxpayers in Florida will benefit from the new 10-percent bracket enacted in EGTRRA and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the expansions of the bracket scheduled for 2008.

REDUCTION IN INCOME TAX RATES • More than 1.2 million taxpayers in Florida will benefit from the EGTRRA reduction in income tax rates above 15-percent and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the reductions scheduled for 2004 and 2006.

REDUCTION OF MARRIAGE PENALTY • Nearly 1.8 million married couples in Florida will benefit from the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the EGTRRA provisions that increase the standard deduction for joint filers to double the amount for single filers and increase the width of the 15-percent bracket to twice the width for single filers. These two provisions were scheduled to phase in between 2005 and 2009.

INCREASE IN CHILD TAX CREDIT • 1.5 million married couples and single parents in Florida benefit from the increase in the child tax credit under EGTRRA and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the increase from $600 to $1,000 that was scheduled to phase in between 2005 and 2010.

REDUCED TAX RATES ON CAPITAL GAINS AND CORPORATE DIVIDENDS • More than 1.2 million taxpayers in Florida will benefit from the reduced tax rates on capital gains and corporate dividends under JGTRRA.

SOURCE: Counts are for the number of returns filed in 2003 that would have benefited from the package. These estimates are based on tabulations from all individual income tax returns processed by the Internal Revenue Service in 2003. Most of these returns covered tax year 2002.

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THE ECONOMIC GROWTH AND TAX RELIEF RECONCILIATION ACT OF 2001 & THE JOBS AND GROWTH TAX RELIEF RECONCILIATION ACT OF 2003 WILL PROVIDE BENEFITS TO MORE THAN 2.9 MILLLION GEORGIA TAXPAYERS REDUCING TAXES • • More than 2.9 million taxpayers in Georgia will have lower income tax bills in 2004 under EGTRRA and JGTRRA. 660,000 business taxpayers in Georgia can use their tax savings from the two Acts to invest in new equipment, hire additional workers, and increase pay.

NEW 10-PERCENT BRACKET • More than 2.5 million taxpayers in Georgia will benefit from the new 10-percent bracket enacted in EGTRRA and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the expansions of the bracket scheduled for 2008.

REDUCTION IN INCOME TAX RATES • More than 675,000 taxpayers in Georgia will benefit from the EGTRRA reduction in income tax rates above 15-percent and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the reductions scheduled for 2004 and 2006.

REDUCTION OF MARRIAGE PENALTY • Nearly 900,000 married couples in Georgia will benefit from the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the EGTRRA provisions that increase the standard deduction for joint filers to double the amount for single filers and increase the width of the 15-percent bracket to twice the width for single filers. These two provisions were scheduled to phase in between 2005 and 2009.

INCREASE IN CHILD TAX CREDIT • 795,000 married couples and single parents in Georgia benefit from the increase in the child tax credit under EGTRRA and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the increase from $600 to $1,000 that was scheduled to phase in between 2005 and 2010.

REDUCED TAX RATES ON CAPITAL GAINS AND CORPORATE DIVIDENDS • Nearly 620,000 taxpayers in Georgia will benefit from the reduced tax rates on capital gains and corporate dividends under JGTRRA.

SOURCE: Counts are for the number of returns filed in 2003 that would have benefited from the package. These estimates are based on tabulations from all individual income tax returns processed by the Internal Revenue Service in 2003. Most of these returns covered tax year 2002.

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THE ECONOMIC GROWTH AND TAX RELIEF RECONCILIATION ACT OF 2001 & THE JOBS AND GROWTH TAX RELIEF RECONCILIATION ACT OF 2003 WILL PROVIDE BENEFITS TO MORE THAN 475,000 HAWAII TAXPAYERS REDUCING TAXES • • More than 475,000 taxpayers in Hawaii will have lower income tax bills in 2004 under EGTRRA and JGTRRA. More than 120,000 business taxpayers in Hawaii can use their tax savings from the two Acts to invest in new equipment, hire additional workers, and increase pay.

NEW 10-PERCENT BRACKET • More than 430,000 taxpayers in Hawaii will benefit from the new 10-percent bracket enacted in EGTRRA and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the expansions of the bracket scheduled for 2008.

REDUCTION IN INCOME TAX RATES • More than 105,000 taxpayers in Hawaii will benefit from the EGTRRA reduction in income tax rates above 15-percent and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the reductions scheduled for 2004 and 2006.

REDUCTION OF MARRIAGE PENALTY • Nearly 150,000 married couples in Hawaii will benefit from the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the EGTRRA provisions that increase the standard deduction for joint filers to double the amount for single filers and increase the width of the 15-percent bracket to twice the width for single filers. These two provisions were scheduled to phase in between 2005 and 2009.

INCREASE IN CHILD TAX CREDIT • Nearly 115,000 married couples and single parents in Hawaii benefit from the increase in the child tax credit under EGTRRA and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the increase from $600 to $1,000 that was scheduled to phase in between 2005 and 2010.

REDUCED TAX RATES ON CAPITAL GAINS AND CORPORATE DIVIDENDS • More than 100,000 taxpayers in Hawaii will benefit from the reduced tax rates on capital gains and corporate dividends under JGTRRA.

SOURCE: Counts are for the number of returns filed in 2003 that would have benefited from the package. These estimates are based on tabulations from all individual income tax returns processed by the Internal Revenue Service in 2003. Most of these returns covered tax year 2002.

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THE ECONOMIC GROWTH AND TAX RELIEF RECONCILIATION ACT OF 2001 & THE JOBS AND GROWTH TAX RELIEF RECONCILIATION ACT OF 2003 WILL PROVIDE BENEFITS TO MORE THAN 450,000 IDAHO TAXPAYERS REDUCING TAXES • • More than 450,000 taxpayers in Idaho will have lower income tax bills in 2004 under EGTRRA and JGTRRA. Nearly 130,000 business taxpayers in Idaho can use their tax savings from the two Acts to invest in new equipment, hire additional workers, and increase pay.

NEW 10-PERCENT BRACKET • 400,000 taxpayers in Idaho will benefit from the new 10-percent bracket enacted in EGTRRA and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the expansions of the bracket scheduled for 2008.

REDUCTION IN INCOME TAX RATES • More than 70,000 taxpayers in Idaho will benefit from the EGTRRA reduction in income tax rates above 15-percent and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the reductions scheduled for 2004 and 2006.

REDUCTION OF MARRIAGE PENALTY • Nearly 165,000 married couples in Idaho will benefit from the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the EGTRRA provisions that increase the standard deduction for joint filers to double the amount for single filers and increase the width of the 15-percent bracket to twice the width for single filers. These two provisions were scheduled to phase in between 2005 and 2009.

INCREASE IN CHILD TAX CREDIT • More than 120,000 married couples and single parents in Idaho benefit from the increase in the child tax credit under EGTRRA and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the increase from $600 to $1,000 that was scheduled to phase in between 2005 and 2010.

REDUCED TAX RATES ON CAPITAL GAINS AND CORPORATE DIVIDENDS • Nearly 90,000 taxpayers in Idaho will benefit from the reduced tax rates on capital gains and corporate dividends under JGTRRA.

SOURCE: Counts are for the number of returns filed in 2003 that would have benefited from the package. These estimates are based on tabulations from all individual income tax returns processed by the Internal Revenue Service in 2003. Most of these returns covered tax year 2002.

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THE ECONOMIC GROWTH AND TAX RELIEF RECONCILIATION ACT OF 2001 & THE JOBS AND GROWTH TAX RELIEF RECONCILIATION ACT OF 2003 WILL PROVIDE BENEFITS TO MORE THAN 4.6 MILLION ILLINOIS TAXPAYERS REDUCING TAXES • • More than 4.6 million taxpayers in Illinois will have lower income tax bills in 2004 under EGTRRA and JGTRRA. Nearly 1 million business taxpayers in Illinois can use their tax savings from the two Acts to invest in new equipment, hire additional workers, and increase pay.

NEW 10-PERCENT BRACKET • Nearly 4.2 million taxpayers in Illinois will benefit from the new 10-percent bracket enacted in EGTRRA and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the expansions of the bracket scheduled for 2008.

REDUCTION IN INCOME TAX RATES • More than 1.2 million taxpayers in Illinois will benefit from the EGTRRA reduction in income tax rates above 15-percent and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the reductions scheduled for 2004 and 2006.

REDUCTION OF MARRIAGE PENALTY • More than 1.4 million married couples in Illinois will benefit from the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the EGTRRA provisions that increase the standard deduction for joint filers to double the amount for single filers and increase the width of the 15-percent bracket to twice the width for single filers. These two provisions were scheduled to phase in between 2005 and 2009.

INCREASE IN CHILD TAX CREDIT • More than 1.1 million married couples and single parents in Illinois benefit from the increase in the child tax credit under EGTRRA and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the increase from $600 to $1,000 that was scheduled to phase in between 2005 and 2010.

REDUCED TAX RATES ON CAPITAL GAINS AND CORPORATE DIVIDENDS • More than 1 million taxpayers in Illinois will benefit from the reduced tax rates on capital gains and corporate dividends under JGTRRA.

SOURCE: Counts are for the number of returns filed in 2003 that would have benefited from the package. These estimates are based on tabulations from all individual income tax returns processed by the Internal Revenue Service in 2003. Most of these returns covered tax year 2002.

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THE ECONOMIC GROWTH AND TAX RELIEF RECONCILIATION ACT OF 2001 & THE JOBS AND GROWTH TAX RELIEF RECONCILIATION ACT OF 2003 WILL PROVIDE BENEFITS TO MORE THAN 2.2 MILLION INDIANA TAXPAYERS REDUCING TAXES • • More than 2.2 million taxpayers in Indiana will have lower income tax bills in 2004 under EGTRRA and JGTRRA. 470,000 business taxpayers in Indiana can use their tax savings from the two Acts to invest in new equipment, hire additional workers, and increase pay.

NEW 10-PERCENT BRACKET • More than 2 million taxpayers in Indiana will benefit from the new 10-percent bracket enacted in EGTRRA and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the expansions of the bracket scheduled for 2008.

REDUCTION IN INCOME TAX RATES • 460,000 taxpayers in Indiana will benefit from the EGTRRA reduction in income tax rates above 15-percent and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the reductions scheduled for 2004 and 2006.

REDUCTION OF MARRIAGE PENALTY • More than 760,000 married couples in Indiana will benefit from the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the EGTRRA provisions that increase the standard deduction for joint filers to double the amount for single filers and increase the width of the 15-percent bracket to twice the width for single filers. These two provisions were scheduled to phase in between 2005 and 2009.

INCREASE IN CHILD TAX CREDIT • Nearly 595,000 married couples and single parents in Indiana benefit from the increase in the child tax credit under EGTRRA and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the increase from $600 to $1,000 that was scheduled to phase in between 2005 and 2010.

REDUCED TAX RATES ON CAPITAL GAINS AND CORPORATE DIVIDENDS • Nearly 475,000 taxpayers in Indiana will benefit from the reduced tax rates on capital gains and corporate dividends under JGTRRA.

SOURCE: Counts are for the number of returns filed in 2003 that would have benefited from the package. These estimates are based on tabulations from all individual income tax returns processed by the Internal Revenue Service in 2003. Most of these returns covered tax year 2002.

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THE ECONOMIC GROWTH AND TAX RELIEF RECONCILIATION ACT OF 2001 & THE JOBS AND GROWTH TAX RELIEF RECONCILIATION ACT OF 2003 WILL PROVIDE BENEFITS TO MORE THAN 1 MILLION IOWA TAXPAYERS REDUCING TAXES • • More than 1 million taxpayers in Iowa will have lower income tax bills in 2004 under EGTRRA and JGTRRA. More than 280,000 business taxpayers in Iowa can use their tax savings from the two Acts to invest in new equipment, hire additional workers, and increase pay.

NEW 10-PERCENT BRACKET • More than 970,000 taxpayers in Iowa will benefit from the new 10-percent bracket enacted in EGTRRA and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the expansions of the bracket scheduled for 2008.

REDUCTION IN INCOME TAX RATES • 190,000 taxpayers in Iowa will benefit from the EGTRRA reduction in income tax rates above 15-percent and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the reductions scheduled for 2004 and 2006.

REDUCTION OF MARRIAGE PENALTY • More than 370,000 married couples in Iowa will benefit from the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the EGTRRA provisions that increase the standard deduction for joint filers to double the amount for single filers and increase the width of the 15-percent bracket to twice the width for single filers. These two provisions were scheduled to phase in between 2005 and 2009.

INCREASE IN CHILD TAX CREDIT • Nearly 280,000 married couples and single parents in Iowa benefit from the increase in the child tax credit under EGTRRA and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the increase from $600 to $1,000 that was scheduled to phase in between 2005 and 2010.

REDUCED TAX RATES ON CAPITAL GAINS AND CORPORATE DIVIDENDS • Nearly 220,000 taxpayers in Iowa will benefit from the reduced tax rates on capital gains and corporate dividends under JGTRRA.

SOURCE: Counts are for the number of returns filed in 2003 that would have benefited from the package. These estimates are based on tabulations from all individual income tax returns processed by the Internal Revenue Service in 2003. Most of these returns covered tax year 2002.

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THE ECONOMIC GROWTH AND TAX RELIEF RECONCILIATION ACT OF 2001 & THE JOBS AND GROWTH TAX RELIEF RECONCILIATION ACT OF 2003 WILL PROVIDE BENEFITS TO 980,000 KANSAS TAXPAYERS REDUCING TAXES • • 980,000 taxpayers in Kansas will have lower income tax bills in 2004 under EGTRRA and JGTRRA. More than 245,000 business taxpayers in Kansas can use their tax savings from the two Acts to invest in new equipment, hire additional workers, and increase pay.

NEW 10-PERCENT BRACKET • More than 880,000 taxpayers in Kansas will benefit from the new 10-percent bracket enacted in EGTRRA and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the expansions of the bracket scheduled for 2008.

REDUCTION IN INCOME TAX RATES • Nearly 200,000 taxpayers in Kansas will benefit from the EGTRRA reduction in income tax rates above 15-percent and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the reductions scheduled for 2004 and 2006.

REDUCTION OF MARRIAGE PENALTY • More than 340,000 married couples in Kansas will benefit from the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the EGTRRA provisions that increase the standard deduction for joint filers to double the amount for single filers and increase the width of the 15-percent bracket to twice the width for single filers. These two provisions were scheduled to phase in between 2005 and 2009.

INCREASE IN CHILD TAX CREDIT • 255,000 married couples and single parents in Kansas benefit from the increase in the child tax credit under EGTRRA and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the increase from $600 to $1,000 that was scheduled to phase in between 2005 and 2010.

REDUCED TAX RATES ON CAPITAL GAINS AND CORPORATE DIVIDENDS • More than 205,000 taxpayers in Kansas will benefit from the reduced tax rates on capital gains and corporate dividends under JGTRRA.

SOURCE: Counts are for the number of returns filed in 2003 that would have benefited from the package. These estimates are based on tabulations from all individual income tax returns processed by the Internal Revenue Service in 2003. Most of these returns covered tax year 2002.

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THE ECONOMIC GROWTH AND TAX RELIEF RECONCILIATION ACT OF 2001 & THE JOBS AND GROWTH TAX RELIEF RECONCILIATION ACT OF 2003 WILL PROVIDE BENEFITS TO MORE THAN 1.3 MILLION KENTUCKY TAXPAYERS REDUCING TAXES • • More than 1.3 million taxpayers in Kentucky will have lower income tax bills in 2004 under EGTRRA and JGTRRA. Nearly 300,000 business taxpayers in Kentucky can use their tax savings from the two Acts to invest in new equipment, hire additional workers, and increase pay.

NEW 10-PERCENT BRACKET • More than 1.2 million taxpayers in Kentucky will benefit from the new 10-percent bracket enacted in EGTRRA and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the expansions of the bracket scheduled for 2008.

REDUCTION IN INCOME TAX RATES • More than 235,000 taxpayers in Kentucky will benefit from the EGTRRA reduction in income tax rates above 15-percent and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the reductions scheduled for 2004 and 2006.

REDUCTION OF MARRIAGE PENALTY • 465,000 married couples in Kentucky will benefit from the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the EGTRRA provisions that increase the standard deduction for joint filers to double the amount for single filers and increase the width of the 15-percent bracket to twice the width for single filers. These two provisions were scheduled to phase in between 2005 and 2009.

INCREASE IN CHILD TAX CREDIT • Nearly 360,000 married couples and single parents in Kentucky benefit from the increase in the child tax credit under EGTRRA and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the increase from $600 to $1,000 that was scheduled to phase in between 2005 and 2010.

REDUCED TAX RATES ON CAPITAL GAINS AND CORPORATE DIVIDENDS • More than 270,000 taxpayers in Kentucky will benefit from the reduced tax rates on capital gains and corporate dividends under JGTRRA.

SOURCE: Counts are for the number of returns filed in 2003 that would have benefited from the package. These estimates are based on tabulations from all individual income tax returns processed by the Internal Revenue Service in 2003. Most of these returns covered tax year 2002.

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THE ECONOMIC GROWTH AND TAX RELIEF RECONCILIATION ACT OF 2001 & THE JOBS AND GROWTH TAX RELIEF RECONCILIATION ACT OF 2003 WILL PROVIDE BENEFITS TO MORE THAN 1.4 MILLION LOUISIANA TAXPAYERS REDUCING TAXES • • More than 1.4 million taxpayers in Louisiana will have lower income tax bills in 2004 under EGTRRA and JGTRRA. More than 315,000 business taxpayers in Louisiana can use their tax savings from the two Acts to invest in new equipment, hire additional workers, and increase pay.

NEW 10-PERCENT BRACKET • More than 1.2 million taxpayers in Louisiana will benefit from the new 10-percent bracket enacted in EGTRRA and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the expansions of the bracket scheduled for 2008.

REDUCTION IN INCOME TAX RATES • Nearly 250,000 taxpayers in Louisiana will benefit from the EGTRRA reduction in income tax rates above 15-percent and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the reductions scheduled for 2004 and 2006.

REDUCTION OF MARRIAGE PENALTY • Nearly 420,000 married couples in Louisiana will benefit from the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the EGTRRA provisions that increase the standard deduction for joint filers to double the amount for single filers and increase the width of the 15-percent bracket to twice the width for single filers. These two provisions were scheduled to phase in between 2005 and 2009.

INCREASE IN CHILD TAX CREDIT • More than 405,000 married couples and single parents in Louisiana benefit from the increase in the child tax credit under EGTRRA and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the increase from $600 to $1,000 that was scheduled to phase in between 2005 and 2010.

REDUCED TAX RATES ON CAPITAL GAINS AND CORPORATE DIVIDENDS • More than 265,000 taxpayers in Louisiana will benefit from the reduced tax rates on capital gains and corporate dividends under JGTRRA.

SOURCE: Counts are for the number of returns filed in 2003 that would have benefited from the package. These estimates are based on tabulations from all individual income tax returns processed by the Internal Revenue Service in 2003. Most of these returns covered tax year 2002.

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THE ECONOMIC GROWTH AND TAX RELIEF RECONCILIATION ACT OF 2001 & THE JOBS AND GROWTH TAX RELIEF RECONCILIATION ACT OF 2003 WILL PROVIDE BENEFITS TO MORE THAN 490,000 MAINE TAXPAYERS REDUCING TAXES • • 490,000 taxpayers in Maine will have lower income tax bills in 2004 under EGTRRA and JGTRRA. 130,000 business taxpayers in Maine can use their tax savings from the two Acts to invest in new equipment, hire additional workers, and increase pay.

NEW 10-PERCENT BRACKET • 445,000 taxpayers in Maine will benefit from the new 10-percent bracket enacted in EGTRRA and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the expansions of the bracket scheduled for 2008.

REDUCTION IN INCOME TAX RATES • More than 85,000 taxpayers in Maine will benefit from the EGTRRA reduction in income tax rates above 15-percent and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the reductions scheduled for 2004 and 2006.

REDUCTION OF MARRIAGE PENALTY • More than 160,000 married couples in Maine will benefit from the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the EGTRRA provisions that increase the standard deduction for joint filers to double the amount for single filers and increase the width of the 15-percent bracket to twice the width for single filers. These two provisions were scheduled to phase in between 2005 and 2009.

INCREASE IN CHILD TAX CREDIT • More than 120,000 married couples and single parents in Maine benefit from the increase in the child tax credit under EGTRRA and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the increase from $600 to $1,000 that was scheduled to phase in between 2005 and 2010.

REDUCED TAX RATES ON CAPITAL GAINS AND CORPORATE DIVIDENDS • Nearly 100,000 taxpayers in Maine will benefit from the reduced tax rates on capital gains and corporate dividends under JGTRRA.

SOURCE: Counts are for the number of returns filed in 2003 that would have benefited from the package. These estimates are based on tabulations from all individual income tax returns processed by the Internal Revenue Service in 2003. Most of these returns covered tax year 2002.

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THE ECONOMIC GROWTH AND TAX RELIEF RECONCILIATION ACT OF 2001 & THE JOBS AND GROWTH TAX RELIEF RECONCILIATION ACT OF 2003 WILL PROVIDE BENEFITS TO NEARLY 2.2 MILLION MARYLAND TAXPAYERS REDUCING TAXES • • Nearly 2.2 million taxpayers in Maryland will have lower income tax bills in 2004 under EGTRRA and JGTRRA. More than 465,000 business taxpayers in Maryland can use their tax savings from the two Acts to invest in new equipment, hire additional workers, and increase pay.

NEW 10-PERCENT BRACKET • Nearly 2 million taxpayers in Maryland will benefit from the new 10-percent bracket enacted in EGTRRA and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the expansions of the bracket scheduled for 2008.

REDUCTION IN INCOME TAX RATES • More than 690,000 taxpayers in Maryland will benefit from the EGTRRA reduction in income tax rates above 15-percent and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the reductions scheduled for 2004 and 2006.

REDUCTION OF MARRIAGE PENALTY • More than 670,000 married couples in Maryland will benefit from the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the EGTRRA provisions that increase the standard deduction for joint filers to double the amount for single filers and increase the width of the 15-percent bracket to twice the width for single filers. These two provisions were scheduled to phase in between 2005 and 2009.

INCREASE IN CHILD TAX CREDIT • Nearly 540,000 married couples and single parents in Maryland benefit from the increase in the child tax credit under EGTRRA and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the increase from $600 to $1,000 that was scheduled to phase in between 2005 and 2010.

REDUCED TAX RATES ON CAPITAL GAINS AND CORPORATE DIVIDENDS • More than 530,000 taxpayers in Maryland will benefit from the reduced tax rates on capital gains and corporate dividends under JGTRRA.

SOURCE: Counts are for the number of returns filed in 2003 that would have benefited from the package. These estimates are based on tabulations from all individual income tax returns processed by the Internal Revenue Service in 2003. Most of these returns covered tax year 2002.

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THE ECONOMIC GROWTH AND TAX RELIEF RECONCILIATION ACT OF 2001 & THE JOBS AND GROWTH TAX RELIEF RECONCILIATION ACT OF 2003 WILL PROVIDE BENEFITS TO MORE THAN 2.5 MILLION MASSACHUSETTS TAXPAYERS REDUCING TAXES • • More than 2.5 million taxpayers in Massachusetts will have lower income tax bills in 2004 under EGTRRA and JGTRRA. More than 615,000 business taxpayers in Massachusetts can use their tax savings from the two Acts to invest in new equipment, hire additional workers, and increase pay.

NEW 10-PERCENT BRACKET • More than 2.3 million taxpayers in Massachusetts will benefit from the new 10-percent bracket enacted in EGTRRA and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the expansions of the bracket scheduled for 2008.

REDUCTION IN INCOME TAX RATES • Nearly 820,000 taxpayers in Massachusetts will benefit from the EGTRRA reduction in income tax rates above 15-percent and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the reductions scheduled for 2004 and 2006.

REDUCTION OF MARRIAGE PENALTY • More than 810,000 married couples in Massachusetts will benefit from the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the EGTRRA provisions that increase the standard deduction for joint filers to double the amount for single filers and increase the width of the 15-percent bracket to twice the width for single filers. These two provisions were scheduled to phase in between 2005 and 2009.

INCREASE IN CHILD TAX CREDIT • More than 560,000 married couples and single parents in Massachusetts benefit from the increase in the child tax credit under EGTRRA and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the increase from $600 to $1,000 that was scheduled to phase in between 2005 and 2010.

REDUCED TAX RATES ON CAPITAL GAINS AND CORPORATE DIVIDENDS • More than 650,000 taxpayers in Massachusetts will benefit from the reduced tax rates on capital gains and corporate dividends under JGTRRA.

SOURCE: Counts are for the number of returns filed in 2003 that would have benefited from the package. These estimates are based on tabulations from all individual income tax returns processed by the Internal Revenue Service in 2003. Most of these returns covered tax year 2002.

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THE ECONOMIC GROWTH AND TAX RELIEF RECONCILIATION ACT OF 2001 & THE JOBS AND GROWTH TAX RELIEF RECONCILIATION ACT OF 2003 WILL PROVIDE BENEFITS TO MORE THAN 3.6 MILLION MICHIGAN TAXPAYERS REDUCING TAXES • • More than 3.6 million taxpayers in Michigan will have lower income tax bills in 2004 under EGTRRA and JGTRRA. Nearly 725,000 business taxpayers in Michigan can use their tax savings from the two Acts to invest in new equipment, hire additional workers, and increase pay.

NEW 10-PERCENT BRACKET • More than 3.3 million taxpayers in Michigan will benefit from the new 10-percent bracket enacted in EGTRRA and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the expansions of the bracket scheduled for 2008.

REDUCTION IN INCOME TAX RATES • More than 915,000 taxpayers in Michigan will benefit from the EGTRRA reduction in income tax rates above 15-percent and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the reductions scheduled for 2004 and 2006.

REDUCTION OF MARRIAGE PENALTY • More than 1.2 million married couples in Michigan will benefit from the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the EGTRRA provisions that increase the standard deduction for joint filers to double the amount for single filers and increase the width of the 15-percent bracket to twice the width for single filers. These two provisions were scheduled to phase in between 2005 and 2009.

INCREASE IN CHILD TAX CREDIT • More than 930,000 married couples and single parents in Michigan benefit from the increase in the child tax credit under EGTRRA and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the increase from $600 to $1,000 that was scheduled to phase in between 2005 and 2010.

REDUCED TAX RATES ON CAPITAL GAINS AND CORPORATE DIVIDENDS • More than 820,000 taxpayers in Michigan will benefit from the reduced tax rates on capital gains and corporate dividends under JGTRRA.

SOURCE: Counts are for the number of returns filed in 2003 that would have benefited from the package. These estimates are based on tabulations from all individual income tax returns processed by the Internal Revenue Service in 2003. Most of these returns covered tax year 2002.

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THE ECONOMIC GROWTH AND TAX RELIEF RECONCILIATION ACT OF 2001 & THE JOBS AND GROWTH TAX RELIEF RECONCILIATION ACT OF 2003 WILL PROVIDE BENEFITS TO MORE THAN 1.9 MILLION MINNESOTA TAXPAYERS REDUCING TAXES • More than 1.9 million taxpayers in Minnesota will have lower income tax bills in 2004 under EGTRRA and JGTRRA. • More than 480,000 business taxpayers in Minnesota can use their tax savings from the two Acts to invest in new equipment, hire additional workers, and increase pay.

NEW 10-PERCENT BRACKET • More than 1.8 million taxpayers in Minnesota will benefit from the new 10-percent bracket enacted in EGTRRA and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the expansions of the bracket scheduled for 2008.

REDUCTION IN INCOME TAX RATES • More than 500,000 taxpayers in Minnesota will benefit from the EGTRRA reduction in income tax rates above 15-percent and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the reductions scheduled for 2004 and 2006.

REDUCTION OF MARRIAGE PENALTY • More than 670,000 married couples in Minnesota will benefit from the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the EGTRRA provisions that increase the standard deduction for joint filers to double the amount for single filers and increase the width of the 15-percent bracket to twice the width for single filers. These two provisions were scheduled to phase in between 2005 and 2009.

INCREASE IN CHILD TAX CREDIT • More than 475,000 married couples and single parents in Minnesota benefit from the increase in the child tax credit under EGTRRA and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the increase from $600 to $1,000 that was scheduled to phase in between 2005 and 2010.

REDUCED TAX RATES ON CAPITAL GAINS AND CORPORATE DIVIDENDS • Nearly 460,000 taxpayers in Minnesota will benefit from the reduced tax rates on capital gains and corporate dividends under JGTRRA.

SOURCE: Counts are for the number of returns filed in 2003 that would have benefited from the package. These estimates are based on tabulations from all individual income tax returns processed by the Internal Revenue Service in 2003. Most of these returns covered tax year 2002.

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THE ECONOMIC GROWTH AND TAX RELIEF RECONCILIATION ACT OF 2001 & THE JOBS AND GROWTH TAX RELIEF RECONCILIATION ACT OF 2003 WILL PROVIDE BENEFITS TO MORE THAN 885,000 MISSISSIPPI TAXPAYERS REDUCING TAXES • • More than 885,000 taxpayers in Mississippi will have lower income tax bills in 2004 under EGTRRA and JGTRRA. More than 175,000 business taxpayers in Mississippi can use their tax savings from the two Acts to invest in new equipment, hire additional workers, and increase pay.

NEW 10-PERCENT BRACKET • More than 740,000 taxpayers in Mississippi will benefit from the new 10-percent bracket enacted in EGTRRA and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the expansions of the bracket scheduled for 2008.

REDUCTION IN INCOME TAX RATES • 125,000 taxpayers in Mississippi will benefit from the EGTRRA reduction in income tax rates above 15-percent and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the reductions scheduled for 2004 and 2006.

REDUCTION OF MARRIAGE PENALTY • More than 250,000 married couples in Mississippi will benefit from the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the EGTRRA provisions that increase the standard deduction for joint filers to double the amount for single filers and increase the width of the 15-percent bracket to twice the width for single filers. These two provisions were scheduled to phase in between 2005 and 2009.

INCREASE IN CHILD TAX CREDIT • 260,000 married couples and single parents in Mississippi benefit from the increase in the child tax credit under EGTRRA and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the increase from $600 to $1,000 that was scheduled to phase in between 2005 and 2010.

REDUCED TAX RATES ON CAPITAL GAINS AND CORPORATE DIVIDENDS • 150,000 taxpayers in Mississippi will benefit from the reduced tax rates on capital gains and corporate dividends under JGTRRA.

SOURCE: Counts are for the number of returns filed in 2003 that would have benefited from the package. These estimates are based on tabulations from all individual income tax returns processed by the Internal Revenue Service in 2003. Most of these returns covered tax year 2002.

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THE ECONOMIC GROWTH AND TAX RELIEF RECONCILIATION ACT OF 2001 & THE JOBS AND GROWTH TAX RELIEF RECONCILIATION ACT OF 2003 WILL PROVIDE BENEFITS TO MORE THAN 2 MILLION MISSOURI TAXPAYERS REDUCING TAXES • • More than 2 million taxpayers in Missouri will have lower income tax bills in 2004 under EGTRRA and JGTRRA. 440,000 business taxpayers in Missouri can use their tax savings from the two Acts to invest in new equipment, hire additional workers, and increase pay.

NEW 10-PERCENT BRACKET • More than 1.8 million taxpayers in Missouri will benefit from the new 10-percent bracket enacted in EGTRRA and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the expansions of the bracket scheduled for 2008.

REDUCTION IN INCOME TAX RATES • More than 405,000 taxpayers in Missouri will benefit from the EGTRRA reduction in income tax rates above 15-percent and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the reductions scheduled for 2004 and 2006.

REDUCTION OF MARRIAGE PENALTY • Nearly 670,000 married couples in Missouri will benefit from the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the EGTRRA provisions that increase the standard deduction for joint filers to double the amount for single filers and increase the width of the 15-percent bracket to twice the width for single filers. These two provisions were scheduled to phase in between 2005 and 2009.

INCREASE IN CHILD TAX CREDIT • More than 525,000 married couples and single parents in Missouri benefit from the increase in the child tax credit under EGTRRA and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the increase from $600 to $1,000 that was scheduled to phase in between 2005 and 2010.

REDUCED TAX RATES ON CAPITAL GAINS AND CORPORATE DIVIDENDS • More than 420,000 taxpayers in Missouri will benefit from the reduced tax rates on capital gains and corporate dividends under JGTRRA.

SOURCE: Counts are for the number of returns filed in 2003 that would have benefited from the package. These estimates are based on tabulations from all individual income tax returns processed by the Internal Revenue Service in 2003. Most of these returns covered tax year 2002.

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THE ECONOMIC GROWTH AND TAX RELIEF RECONCILIATION ACT OF 2001 & THE JOBS AND GROWTH TAX RELIEF RECONCILIATION ACT OF 2003 WILL PROVIDE BENEFITS TO 325,000 MONTANA TAXPAYERS REDUCING TAXES • • 325,000 taxpayers in Montana will have lower income tax bills in 2004 under EGTRRA and JGTRRA. More than 100,000 business taxpayers in Montana can use their tax savings from the two Acts to invest in new equipment, hire additional workers, and increase pay.

NEW 10-PERCENT BRACKET • More than 285,000 taxpayers in Montana will benefit from the new 10-percent bracket enacted in EGTRRA and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the expansions of the bracket scheduled for 2008.

REDUCTION IN INCOME TAX RATES • More than 45,000 taxpayers in Montana will benefit from the EGTRRA reduction in income tax rates above 15-percent and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the reductions scheduled for 2004 and 2006.

REDUCTION OF MARRIAGE PENALTY • More than 105,000 married couples in Montana will benefit from the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the EGTRRA provisions that increase the standard deduction for joint filers to double the amount for single filers and increase the width of the 15-percent bracket to twice the width for single filers. These two provisions were scheduled to phase in between 2005 and 2009.

INCREASE IN CHILD TAX CREDIT • 80,000 married couples and single parents in Montana benefit from the increase in the child tax credit under EGTRRA and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the increase from $600 to $1,000 that was scheduled to phase in between 2005 and 2010.

REDUCED TAX RATES ON CAPITAL GAINS AND CORPORATE DIVIDENDS • More than 60,000 taxpayers in Montana will benefit from the reduced tax rates on capital gains and corporate dividends under JGTRRA.

SOURCE: Counts are for the number of returns filed in 2003 that would have benefited from the package. These estimates are based on tabulations from all individual income tax returns processed by the Internal Revenue Service in 2003. Most of these returns covered tax year 2002.

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THE ECONOMIC GROWTH AND TAX RELIEF RECONCILIATION ACT OF 2001 & THE JOBS AND GROWTH TAX RELIEF RECONCILIATION ACT OF 2003 WILL PROVIDE BENEFITS TO MORE THAN 640,000 NEBRASKA TAXPAYERS REDUCING TAXES • • More than 640,000 taxpayers in Nebraska will have lower income tax bills in 2004 under EGTRRA and JGTRRA. Nearly 170,000 business taxpayers in Nebraska can use their tax savings from the two Acts to invest in new equipment, hire additional workers, and increase pay.

NEW 10-PERCENT BRACKET • More than 575,000 taxpayers in Nebraska will benefit from the new 10-percent bracket enacted in EGTRRA and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the expansions of the bracket scheduled for 2008.

REDUCTION IN INCOME TAX RATES • 115,000 taxpayers in Nebraska will benefit from the EGTRRA reduction in income tax rates above 15-percent and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the reductions scheduled for 2004 and 2006.

REDUCTION OF MARRIAGE PENALTY • More than 215,000 married couples in Nebraska will benefit from the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the EGTRRA provisions that increase the standard deduction for joint filers to double the amount for single filers and increase the width of the 15-percent bracket to twice the width for single filers. These two provisions were scheduled to phase in between 2005 and 2009.

INCREASE IN CHILD TAX CREDIT • More than 160,000 married couples and single parents in Nebraska benefit from the increase in the child tax credit under EGTRRA and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the increase from $600 to $1,000 that was scheduled to phase in between 2005 and 2010.

REDUCED TAX RATES ON CAPITAL GAINS AND CORPORATE DIVIDENDS • More than 130,000 taxpayers in Nebraska will benefit from the reduced tax rates on capital gains and corporate dividends under JGTRRA.

SOURCE: Counts are for the number of returns filed in 2003 that would have benefited from the package. These estimates are based on tabulations from all individual income tax returns processed by the Internal Revenue Service in 2003. Most of these returns covered tax year 2002.

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THE ECONOMIC GROWTH AND TAX RELIEF RECONCILIATION ACT OF 2001 & THE JOBS AND GROWTH TAX RELIEF RECONCILIATION ACT OF 2003 WILL PROVIDE BENEFITS TO 845,000 NEVADA TAXPAYERS REDUCING TAXES • • 845,000 taxpayers in Nevada will have lower income tax bills in 2004 under EGTRRA and JGTRRA. More than 160,000 business taxpayers in Nevada can use their tax savings from the two Acts to invest in new equipment, hire additional workers, and increase pay.

NEW 10-PERCENT BRACKET • More than 760,000 taxpayers in Nevada will benefit from the new 10-percent bracket enacted in EGTRRA and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the expansions of the bracket scheduled for 2008.

REDUCTION IN INCOME TAX RATES • Nearly 190,000 taxpayers in Nevada will benefit from the EGTRRA reduction in income tax rates above 15-percent and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the reductions scheduled for 2004 and 2006.

REDUCTION OF MARRIAGE PENALTY • More than 245,000 married couples in Nevada will benefit from the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the EGTRRA provisions that increase the standard deduction for joint filers to double the amount for single filers and increase the width of the 15-percent bracket to twice the width for single filers. These two provisions were scheduled to phase in between 2005 and 2009.

INCREASE IN CHILD TAX CREDIT • More than 210,000 married couples and single parents in Nevada benefit from the increase in the child tax credit under EGTRRA and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the increase from $600 to $1,000 that was scheduled to phase in between 2005 and 2010.

REDUCED TAX RATES ON CAPITAL GAINS AND CORPORATE DIVIDENDS • More than 175,000 taxpayers in Nevada will benefit from the reduced tax rates on capital gains and corporate dividends under JGTRRA.

SOURCE: Counts are for the number of returns filed in 2003 that would have benefited from the package. These estimates are based on tabulations from all individual income tax returns processed by the Internal Revenue Service in 2003. Most of these returns covered tax year 2002.

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THE ECONOMIC GROWTH AND TAX RELIEF RECONCILIATION ACT OF 2001 & THE JOBS AND GROWTH TAX RELIEF RECONCILIATION ACT OF 2003 WILL PROVIDE BENEFITS TO MORE THAN 525,000 NEW HAMPSHIRE TAXPAYERS REDUCING TAXES • • More than 525,000 taxpayers in New Hampshire will have lower income tax bills in 2004 under EGTRRA and JGTRRA. Nearly 125,000 business taxpayers in New Hampshire can use their tax savings from the two Acts to invest in new equipment, hire additional workers, and increase pay.

NEW 10-PERCENT BRACKET • More than 480,000 taxpayers in New Hampshire will benefit from the new 10-percent bracket enacted in EGTRRA and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the expansions of the bracket scheduled for 2008.

REDUCTION IN INCOME TAX RATES • Nearly 140,000 taxpayers in New Hampshire will benefit from the EGTRRA reduction in income tax rates above 15-percent and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the reductions scheduled for 2004 and 2006.

REDUCTION OF MARRIAGE PENALTY • More than 180,000 married couples in New Hampshire will benefit from the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the EGTRRA provisions that increase the standard deduction for joint filers to double the amount for single filers and increase the width of the 15-percent bracket to twice the width for single filers. These two provisions were scheduled to phase in between 2005 and 2009.

INCREASE IN CHILD TAX CREDIT • More than 125,000 married couples and single parents in New Hampshire benefit from the increase in the child tax credit under EGTRRA and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the increase from $600 to $1,000 that was scheduled to phase in between 2005 and 2010.

REDUCED TAX RATES ON CAPITAL GAINS AND CORPORATE DIVIDENDS • 125,000 taxpayers in New Hampshire will benefit from the reduced tax rates on capital gains and corporate dividends under JGTRRA.

SOURCE: Counts are for the number of returns filed in 2003 that would have benefited from the package. These estimates are based on tabulations from all individual income tax returns processed by the Internal Revenue Service in 2003. Most of these returns covered tax year 2002.

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THE ECONOMIC GROWTH AND TAX RELIEF RECONCILIATION ACT OF 2001 & THE JOBS AND GROWTH TAX RELIEF RECONCILIATION ACT OF 2003 WILL PROVIDE BENEFITS TO NEARLY 3.4 MILLION NEW JERSEY TAXPAYERS REDUCING TAXES • • Nearly 3.4 million taxpayers in New Jersey will have lower income tax bills in 2004 under EGTRRA and JGTRRA. More than 715,000 business taxpayers in New Jersey can use their tax savings from the two Acts to invest in new equipment, hire additional workers, and increase pay.

NEW 10-PERCENT BRACKET • More than 3 million taxpayers in New Jersey will benefit from the new 10-percent bracket enacted in EGTRRA and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the expansions of the bracket scheduled for 2008.

REDUCTION IN INCOME TAX RATES • 1.1 million taxpayers in New Jersey will benefit from the EGTRRA reduction in income tax rates above 15-percent and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the reductions scheduled for 2004 and 2006.

REDUCTION OF MARRIAGE PENALTY • More than 1 million married couples in New Jersey will benefit from the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the EGTRRA provisions that increase the standard deduction for joint filers to double the amount for single filers and increase the width of the 15-percent bracket to twice the width for single filers. These two provisions were scheduled to phase in between 2005 and 2009.

INCREASE IN CHILD TAX CREDIT • More than 800,000 married couples and single parents in New Jersey benefit from the increase in the child tax credit under EGTRRA and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the increase from $600 to $1,000 that was scheduled to phase in between 2005 and 2010.

REDUCED TAX RATES ON CAPITAL GAINS AND CORPORATE DIVIDENDS • More than 870,000 taxpayers in New Jersey will benefit from the reduced tax rates on capital gains and corporate dividends under JGTRRA.

SOURCE: Counts are for the number of returns filed in 2003 that would have benefited from the package. These estimates are based on tabulations from all individual income tax returns processed by the Internal Revenue Service in 2003. Most of these returns covered tax year 2002.

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THE ECONOMIC GROWTH AND TAX RELIEF RECONCILIATION ACT OF 2001 & THE JOBS AND GROWTH TAX RELIEF RECONCILIATION ACT OF 2003 WILL PROVIDE BENEFITS TO 620,000 NEW MEXICO TAXPAYERS REDUCING TAXES • • 620,000 taxpayers in New Mexico will have lower income tax bills in 2004 under EGTRRA and JGTRRA. Nearly 140,000 business taxpayers in New Mexico can use their tax savings from the two Acts to invest in new equipment, hire additional workers, and increase pay.

NEW 10-PERCENT BRACKET • 540,000 taxpayers in New Mexico will benefit from the new 10-percent bracket enacted in EGTRRA and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the expansions of the bracket scheduled for 2008.

REDUCTION IN INCOME TAX RATES • More than 110,000 taxpayers in New Mexico will benefit from the EGTRRA reduction in income tax rates above 15-percent and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the reductions scheduled for 2004 and 2006.

REDUCTION OF MARRIAGE PENALTY • 185,000 married couples in New Mexico will benefit from the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the EGTRRA provisions that increase the standard deduction for joint filers to double the amount for single filers and increase the width of the 15-percent bracket to twice the width for single filers. These two provisions were scheduled to phase in between 2005 and 2009.

INCREASE IN CHILD TAX CREDIT • More than 160,000 married couples and single parents in New Mexico benefit from the increase in the child tax credit under EGTRRA and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the increase from $600 to $1,000 that was scheduled to phase in between 2005 and 2010.

REDUCED TAX RATES ON CAPITAL GAINS AND CORPORATE DIVIDENDS • 118,000 taxpayers in New Mexico will benefit from the reduced tax rates on capital gains and corporate dividends under JGTRRA.

SOURCE: Counts are for the number of returns filed in 2003 that would have benefited from the package. These estimates are based on tabulations from all individual income tax returns processed by the Internal Revenue Service in 2003. Most of these returns covered tax year 2002.

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THE ECONOMIC GROWTH AND TAX RELIEF RECONCILIATION ACT OF 2001 & THE JOBS AND GROWTH TAX RELIEF RECONCILIATION ACT OF 2003 WILL PROVIDE BENEFITS TO NEARLY 7 MILLION NEW YORK TAXPAYERS REDUCING TAXES • • Nearly 7 million taxpayers in New York will have lower income tax bills in 2004 under EGTRRA and JGTRRA. More than 1.5 million business taxpayers in New York can use their tax savings from the two Acts to invest in new equipment, hire additional workers, and increase pay.

NEW 10-PERCENT BRACKET • More than 6.1 million taxpayers in New York will benefit from the new 10-percent bracket enacted in EGTRRA and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the expansions of the bracket scheduled for 2008.

REDUCTION IN INCOME TAX RATES • More than 1.9 million taxpayers in New York will benefit from the EGTRRA reduction in income tax rates above 15-percent and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the reductions scheduled for 2004 and 2006.

REDUCTION OF MARRIAGE PENALTY • More than 1.9 million married couples in New York will benefit from the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the EGTRRA provisions that increase the standard deduction for joint filers to double the amount for single filers and increase the width of the 15-percent bracket to twice the width for single filers. These two provisions were scheduled to phase in between 2005 and 2009.

INCREASE IN CHILD TAX CREDIT • More than 1.6 million married couples and single parents in New York benefit from the increase in the child tax credit under EGTRRA and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the increase from $600 to $1,000 that was scheduled to phase in between 2005 and 2010.

REDUCED TAX RATES ON CAPITAL GAINS AND CORPORATE DIVIDENDS • More than 1.5 million taxpayers in New York will benefit from the reduced tax rates on capital gains and corporate dividends under JGTRRA.

SOURCE: Counts are for the number of returns filed in 2003 that would have benefited from the package. These estimates are based on tabulations from all individual income tax returns processed by the Internal Revenue Service in 2003. Most of these returns covered tax year 2002.

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THE ECONOMIC GROWTH AND TAX RELIEF RECONCILIATION ACT OF 2001 & THE JOBS AND GROWTH TAX RELIEF RECONCILIATION ACT OF 2003 WILL PROVIDE BENEFITS TO MORE THAN 2.9 MILLION NORTH CAROLINA TAXPAYERS REDUCING TAXES • • More than 2.9 million taxpayers in North Carolina will have lower income tax bills in 2004 under EGTRRA and JGTRRA. More than 665,000 business taxpayers in North Carolina can use their tax savings from the two Acts to invest in new equipment, hire additional workers, and increase pay.

NEW 10-PERCENT BRACKET • More than 2.5 million taxpayers in North Carolina will benefit from the new 10-percent bracket enacted in EGTRRA and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the expansions of the bracket scheduled for 2008.

REDUCTION IN INCOME TAX RATES • More than 575,000 taxpayers in North Carolina will benefit from the EGTRRA reduction in income tax rates above 15-percent and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the reductions scheduled for 2004 and 2006.

REDUCTION OF MARRIAGE PENALTY • 940,000 married couples in North Carolina will benefit from the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the EGTRRA provisions that increase the standard deduction for joint filers to double the amount for single filers and increase the width of the 15-percent bracket to twice the width for single filers. These two provisions were scheduled to phase in between 2005 and 2009.

INCREASE IN CHILD TAX CREDIT • Nearly 800,000 married couples and single parents in North Carolina benefit from the increase in the child tax credit under EGTRRA and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the increase from $600 to $1,000 that was scheduled to phase in between 2005 and 2010.

REDUCED TAX RATES ON CAPITAL GAINS AND CORPORATE DIVIDENDS • More than 590,000 taxpayers in North Carolina will benefit from the reduced tax rates on capital gains and corporate dividends under JGTRRA.

SOURCE: Counts are for the number of returns filed in 2003 that would have benefited from the package. These estimates are based on tabulations from all individual income tax returns processed by the Internal Revenue Service in 2003. Most of these returns covered tax year 2002.

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THE ECONOMIC GROWTH AND TAX RELIEF RECONCILIATION ACT OF 2001 & THE JOBS AND GROWTH TAX RELIEF RECONCILIATION ACT OF 2003 WILL PROVIDE BENEFITS TO MORE THAN 235,000 NORTH DAKOTA TAXPAYERS REDUCING TAXES • • More than 235,000 taxpayers in North Dakota will have lower income tax bills in 2004 under EGTRRA and JGTRRA. More than 70,000 business taxpayers in North Dakota can use their tax savings from the two Acts to invest in new equipment, hire additional workers, and increase pay.

NEW 10-PERCENT BRACKET • More than 210,000 taxpayers in North Dakota will benefit from the new 10-percent bracket enacted in EGTRRA and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the expansions of the bracket scheduled for 2008.

REDUCTION IN INCOME TAX RATES • 35,000 taxpayers in North Dakota will benefit from the EGTRRA reduction in income tax rates above 15-percent and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the reductions scheduled for 2004 and 2006.

REDUCTION OF MARRIAGE PENALTY • Nearly 80,000 married couples in North Dakota will benefit from the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the EGTRRA provisions that increase the standard deduction for joint filers to double the amount for single filers and increase the width of the 15-percent bracket to twice the width for single filers. These two provisions were scheduled to phase in between 2005 and 2009.

INCREASE IN CHILD TAX CREDIT • Nearly 60,000 married couples and single parents in North Dakota benefit from the increase in the child tax credit under EGTRRA and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the increase from $600 to $1,000 that was scheduled to phase in between 2005 and 2010.

REDUCED TAX RATES ON CAPITAL GAINS AND CORPORATE DIVIDENDS • More than 45,000 taxpayers in North Dakota will benefit from the reduced tax rates on capital gains and corporate dividends under JGTRRA.

SOURCE: Counts are for the number of returns filed in 2003 that would have benefited from the package. These estimates are based on tabulations from all individual income tax returns processed by the Internal Revenue Service in 2003. Most of these returns covered tax year 2002.

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THE ECONOMIC GROWTH AND TAX RELIEF RECONCILIATION ACT OF 2001 & THE JOBS AND GROWTH TAX RELIEF RECONCILIATION ACT OF 2003 WILL PROVIDE BENEFITS TO MORE THAN 4.4 MILLION OHIO TAXPAYERS REDUCING TAXES • • More than 4.4 million taxpayers in Ohio will have lower income tax bills in 2004 under EGTRRA and JGTRRA. Nearly 860,000 business taxpayers in Ohio can use their tax savings from the two Acts to invest in new equipment, hire additional workers, and increase pay.

NEW 10-PERCENT BRACKET • More than 4 million taxpayers in Ohio will benefit from the new 10-percent bracket enacted in EGTRRA and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the expansions of the bracket scheduled for 2008.

REDUCTION IN INCOME TAX RATES • Nearly 1 million taxpayers in Ohio will benefit from the EGTRRA reduction in income tax rates above 15-percent and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the reductions scheduled for 2004 and 2006.

REDUCTION OF MARRIAGE PENALTY • More than 1.2 million married couples in Ohio will benefit from the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the EGTRRA provisions that increase the standard deduction for joint filers to double the amount for single filers and increase the width of the 15-percent bracket to twice the width for single filers. These two provisions were scheduled to phase in between 2005 and 2009.

INCREASE IN CHILD TAX CREDIT • 1 million married couples and single parents in Ohio benefit from the increase in the child tax credit under EGTRRA and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the increase from $600 to $1,000 that was scheduled to phase in between 2005 and 2010.

REDUCED TAX RATES ON CAPITAL GAINS AND CORPORATE DIVIDENDS • More than 920,000 taxpayers in Ohio will benefit from the reduced tax rates on capital gains and corporate dividends under JGTRRA.

SOURCE: Counts are for the number of returns filed in 2003 that would have benefited from the package. These estimates are based on tabulations from all individual income tax returns processed by the Internal Revenue Service in 2003. Most of these returns covered tax year 2002.

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THE ECONOMIC GROWTH AND TAX RELIEF RECONCILIATION ACT OF 2001 & THE JOBS AND GROWTH TAX RELIEF RECONCILIATION ACT OF 2003 WILL PROVIDE BENEFITS TO MORE THAN 1.1 MILLION OKLAHOMA TAXPAYERS REDUCING TAXES • • More than 1.1 million taxpayers in Oklahoma will have lower income tax bills in 2004 under EGTRRA and JGTRRA. More than 290,000 business taxpayers in Oklahoma can use their tax savings from the two Acts to invest in new equipment, hire additional workers, and increase pay.

NEW 10-PERCENT BRACKET • Nearly 1 million taxpayers in Oklahoma will benefit from the new 10-percent bracket enacted in EGTRRA and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the expansions of the bracket scheduled for 2008.

REDUCTION IN INCOME TAX RATES • 185,000 taxpayers in Oklahoma will benefit from the EGTRRA reduction in income tax rates above 15-percent and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the reductions scheduled for 2004 and 2006.

REDUCTION OF MARRIAGE PENALTY • 385,000 married couples in Oklahoma will benefit from the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the EGTRRA provisions that increase the standard deduction for joint filers to double the amount for single filers and increase the width of the 15-percent bracket to twice the width for single filers. These two provisions were scheduled to phase in between 2005 and 2009.

INCREASE IN CHILD TAX CREDIT • More than 305,000 married couples and single parents in Oklahoma benefit from the increase in the child tax credit under EGTRRA and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the increase from $600 to $1,000 that was scheduled to phase in between 2005 and 2010.

REDUCED TAX RATES ON CAPITAL GAINS AND CORPORATE DIVIDENDS • 220,000 taxpayers in Oklahoma will benefit from the reduced tax rates on capital gains and corporate dividends under JGTRRA.

SOURCE: Counts are for the number of returns filed in 2003 that would have benefited from the package. These estimates are based on tabulations from all individual income tax returns processed by the Internal Revenue Service in 2003. Most of these returns covered tax year 2002.

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THE ECONOMIC GROWTH AND TAX RELIEF RECONCILIATION ACT OF 2001 & THE JOBS AND GROWTH TAX RELIEF RECONCILIATION ACT OF 2003 WILL PROVIDE BENEFITS TO 1.3 MILLION OREGON TAXPAYERS REDUCING TAXES • • 1.3 million taxpayers in Oregon will have lower income tax bills in 2004 under EGTRRA and JGTRRA. 322,000 business taxpayers in Oregon can use their tax savings from the two Acts to invest in new equipment, hire additional workers, and increase pay.

NEW 10-PERCENT BRACKET • More than 1.1 million taxpayers in Oregon will benefit from the new 10-percent bracket enacted in EGTRRA and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the expansions of the bracket scheduled for 2008.

REDUCTION IN INCOME TAX RATES • More than 270,000 taxpayers in Oregon will benefit from the EGTRRA reduction in income tax rates above 15-percent and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the reductions scheduled for 2004 and 2006.

REDUCTION OF MARRIAGE PENALTY • More than 420,000 married couples in Oregon will benefit from the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the EGTRRA provisions that increase the standard deduction for joint filers to double the amount for single filers and increase the width of the 15-percent bracket to twice the width for single filers. These two provisions were scheduled to phase in between 2005 and 2009.

INCREASE IN CHILD TAX CREDIT • More than 315,000 married couples and single parents in Oregon benefit from the increase in the child tax credit under EGTRRA and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the increase from $600 to $1,000 that was scheduled to phase in between 2005 and 2010.

REDUCED TAX RATES ON CAPITAL GAINS AND CORPORATE DIVIDENDS • More than 270,000 taxpayers in Oregon will benefit from the reduced tax rates on capital gains and corporate dividends under JGTRRA.

SOURCE: Counts are for the number of returns filed in 2003 that would have benefited from the package. These estimates are based on tabulations from all individual income tax returns processed by the Internal Revenue Service in 2003. Most of these returns covered tax year 2002.

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THE ECONOMIC GROWTH AND TAX RELIEF RECONCILIATION ACT OF 2001 & THE JOBS AND GROWTH TAX RELIEF RECONCILIATION ACT OF 2003 WILL PROVIDE BENEFITS TO MORE THAN 4.6 MILLION PENNSYLVANIA TAXPAYERS REDUCING TAXES • More than 4.6 million taxpayers in Pennsylvania will have lower income tax bills in 2004 under EGTRRA and JGTRRA. • More than 910,000 business taxpayers in Pennsylvania can use their tax savings from the two Acts to invest in new equipment, hire additional workers, and increase pay.

NEW 10-PERCENT BRACKET • Nearly 4.2 million taxpayers in Pennsylvania will benefit from the new 10-percent bracket enacted in EGTRRA and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the expansions of the bracket scheduled for 2008.

REDUCTION IN INCOME TAX RATES • More than 1 million taxpayers in Pennsylvania will benefit from the EGTRRA reduction in income tax rates above 15-percent and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the reductions scheduled for 2004 and 2006.

REDUCTION OF MARRIAGE PENALTY • 1.5 million married couples in Pennsylvania will benefit from the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the EGTRRA provisions that increase the standard deduction for joint filers to double the amount for single filers and increase the width of the 15-percent bracket to twice the width for single filers. These two provisions were scheduled to phase in between 2005 and 2009.

INCREASE IN CHILD TAX CREDIT • More than 1.1 million married couples and single parents in Pennsylvania benefit from the increase in the child tax credit under EGTRRA and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the increase from $600 to $1,000 that was scheduled to phase in between 2005 and 2010.

REDUCED TAX RATES ON CAPITAL GAINS AND CORPORATE DIVIDENDS • More than 1 million taxpayers in Pennsylvania will benefit from the reduced tax rates on capital gains and corporate dividends under JGTRRA.

SOURCE: Counts are for the number of returns filed in 2003 that would have benefited from the package. These estimates are based on tabulations from all individual income tax returns processed by the Internal Revenue Service in 2003. Most of these returns covered tax year 2002.

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THE ECONOMIC GROWTH AND TAX RELIEF RECONCILIATION ACT OF 2001 & THE JOBS AND GROWTH TAX RELIEF RECONCILIATION ACT OF 2003 WILL PROVIDE BENEFITS TO MORE THAN 410,000 RHODE ISLAND TAXPAYERS REDUCING TAXES • • More than 410,000 taxpayers in Rhode Island will have lower income tax bills in 2004 under EGTRRA and JGTRRA. More than 90,000 business taxpayers in Rhode Island can use their tax savings from the two Acts to invest in new equipment, hire additional workers, and increase pay.

NEW 10-PERCENT BRACKET • More than 370,000 taxpayers in Rhode Island will benefit from the new 10-percent bracket enacted in EGTRRA and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the expansions of the bracket scheduled for 2008.

REDUCTION IN INCOME TAX RATES • More than 100,000 taxpayers in Rhode Island will benefit from the EGTRRA reduction in income tax rates above 15-percent and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the reductions scheduled for 2004 and 2006.

REDUCTION OF MARRIAGE PENALTY • More than 125,000 married couples in Rhode Island will benefit from the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the EGTRRA provisions that increase the standard deduction for joint filers to double the amount for single filers and increase the width of the 15-percent bracket to twice the width for single filers. These two provisions were scheduled to phase in between 2005 and 2009.

INCREASE IN CHILD TAX CREDIT • 95,000 married couples and single parents in Rhode Island benefit from the increase in the child tax credit under EGTRRA and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the increase from $600 to $1,000 that was scheduled to phase in between 2005 and 2010.

REDUCED TAX RATES ON CAPITAL GAINS AND CORPORATE DIVIDENDS • More than 90,000 taxpayers in Rhode Island will benefit from the reduced tax rates on capital gains and corporate dividends under JGTRRA.

SOURCE: Counts are for the number of returns filed in 2003 that would have benefited from the package. These estimates are based on tabulations from all individual income tax returns processed by the Internal Revenue Service in 2003. Most of these returns covered tax year 2002.

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THE ECONOMIC GROWTH AND TAX RELIEF RECONCILIATION ACT OF 2001 & THE JOBS AND GROWTH TAX RELIEF RECONCILIATION ACT OF 2003 WILL PROVIDE BENEFITS TO MORE THAN 1.4 MILLION SOUTH CAROLINA TAXPAYERS REDUCING TAXES • • More than 1.4 million taxpayers in South Carolina will have lower income tax bills in 2004 under EGTRRA and JGTRRA. More than 290,000 business taxpayers in South Carolina can use their tax savings from the two Acts to invest in new equipment, hire additional workers, and increase pay.

NEW 10-PERCENT BRACKET • More than 1.2 million taxpayers in South Carolina will benefit from the new 10-percent bracket enacted in EGTRRA and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the expansions of the bracket scheduled for 2008.

REDUCTION IN INCOME TAX RATES • More than 250,000 taxpayers in South Carolina will benefit from the EGTRRA reduction in income tax rates above 15-percent and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the reductions scheduled for 2004 and 2006.

REDUCTION OF MARRIAGE PENALTY • More than 425,000 married couples in South Carolina will benefit from the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the EGTRRA provisions that increase the standard deduction for joint filers to double the amount for single filers and increase the width of the 15-percent bracket to twice the width for single filers. These two provisions were scheduled to phase in between 2005 and 2009.

INCREASE IN CHILD TAX CREDIT • Nearly 390,000 married couples and single parents in South Carolina benefit from the increase in the child tax credit under EGTRRA and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the increase from $600 to $1,000 that was scheduled to phase in between 2005 and 2010.

REDUCED TAX RATES ON CAPITAL GAINS AND CORPORATE DIVIDENDS • 270,000 taxpayers in South Carolina will benefit from the reduced tax rates on capital gains and corporate dividends under JGTRRA.

SOURCE: Counts are for the number of returns filed in 2003 that would have benefited from the package. These estimates are based on tabulations from all individual income tax returns processed by the Internal Revenue Service in 2003. Most of these returns covered tax year 2002.

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THE ECONOMIC GROWTH AND TAX RELIEF RECONCILIATION ACT OF 2001 & THE JOBS AND GROWTH TAX RELIEF RECONCILIATION ACT OF 2003 WILL PROVIDE BENEFITS TO MORE THAN 275,000 SOUTH DAKOTA TAXPAYERS REDUCING TAXES • • More than 275,000 taxpayers in South Dakota will have lower income tax bills in 2004 under EGTRRA and JGTRRA. 84,000 business taxpayers in South Dakota can use their tax savings from the two Acts to invest in new equipment, hire additional workers, and increase pay.

NEW 10-PERCENT BRACKET • More than 245,000 taxpayers in South Dakota will benefit from the new 10-percent bracket enacted in EGTRRA and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the expansions of the bracket scheduled for 2008.

REDUCTION IN INCOME TAX RATES • 40,000 taxpayers in South Dakota will benefit from the EGTRRA reduction in income tax rates above 15-percent and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the reductions scheduled for 2004 and 2006.

REDUCTION OF MARRIAGE PENALTY • More than 90,000 married couples in South Dakota will benefit from the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the EGTRRA provisions that increase the standard deduction for joint filers to double the amount for single filers and increase the width of the 15-percent bracket to twice the width for single filers. These two provisions were scheduled to phase in between 2005 and 2009.

INCREASE IN CHILD TAX CREDIT • 70,000 married couples and single parents in South Dakota benefit from the increase in the child tax credit under EGTRRA and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the increase from $600 to $1,000 that was scheduled to phase in between 2005 and 2010.

REDUCED TAX RATES ON CAPITAL GAINS AND CORPORATE DIVIDENDS • More than 50,000 taxpayers in South Dakota will benefit from the reduced tax rates on capital gains and corporate dividends under JGTRRA.

SOURCE: Counts are for the number of returns filed in 2003 that would have benefited from the package. These estimates are based on tabulations from all individual income tax returns processed by the Internal Revenue Service in 2003. Most of these returns covered tax year 2002.

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THE ECONOMIC GROWTH AND TAX RELIEF RECONCILIATION ACT OF 2001 & THE JOBS AND GROWTH TAX RELIEF RECONCILIATION ACT OF 2003 WILL PROVIDE BENEFITS TO MORE THAN 2 MILLION TENNESSEE TAXPAYERS REDUCING TAXES • • More than 2 million taxpayers in Tennessee will have lower income tax bills in 2004 under EGTRRA and JGTRRA. More than 440,000 business taxpayers in Tennessee can use their tax savings from the two Acts to invest in new equipment, hire additional workers, and increase pay.

NEW 10-PERCENT BRACKET • More than 1.7 million taxpayers in Tennessee will benefit from the new 10-percent bracket enacted in EGTRRA and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the expansions of the bracket scheduled for 2008.

REDUCTION IN INCOME TAX RATES • Nearly 360,000 taxpayers in Tennessee will benefit from the EGTRRA reduction in income tax rates above 15-percent and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the reductions scheduled for 2004 and 2006.

REDUCTION OF MARRIAGE PENALTY • More than 645,000 married couples in Tennessee will benefit from the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the EGTRRA provisions that increase the standard deduction for joint filers to double the amount for single filers and increase the width of the 15-percent bracket to twice the width for single filers. These two provisions were scheduled to phase in between 2005 and 2009.

INCREASE IN CHILD TAX CREDIT • More than 545,000 married couples and single parents in Tennessee benefit from the increase in the child tax credit under EGTRRA and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the increase from $600 to $1,000 that was scheduled to phase in between 2005 and 2010.

REDUCED TAX RATES ON CAPITAL GAINS AND CORPORATE DIVIDENDS • More than 395,000 taxpayers in Tennessee will benefit from the reduced tax rates on capital gains and corporate dividends under JGTRRA.

SOURCE: Counts are for the number of returns filed in 2003 that would have benefited from the package. These estimates are based on tabulations from all individual income tax returns processed by the Internal Revenue Service in 2003. Most of these returns covered tax year 2002.

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THE ECONOMIC GROWTH AND TAX RELIEF RECONCILIATION ACT OF 2001 & THE JOBS AND GROWTH TAX RELIEF RECONCILIATION ACT OF 2003 WILL PROVIDE BENEFITS TO MORE THAN 7.3 MILLION TEXAS TAXPAYERS REDUCING TAXES • • More than 7.3 million taxpayers in Texas will have lower income tax bills in 2004 under EGTRRA and JGTRRA. More than 1.6 million business taxpayers in Texas can use their tax savings from the two Acts to invest in new equipment, hire additional workers, and increase pay.

NEW 10-PERCENT BRACKET • More than 6.3 million taxpayers in Texas will benefit from the new 10-percent bracket enacted in EGTRRA and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the expansions of the bracket scheduled for 2008.

REDUCTION IN INCOME TAX RATES • More than 1.5 million taxpayers in Texas will benefit from the EGTRRA reduction in income tax rates above 15-percent and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the reductions scheduled for 2004 and 2006.

REDUCTION OF MARRIAGE PENALTY • 2.3 million married couples in Texas will benefit from the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the EGTRRA provisions that increase the standard deduction for joint filers to double the amount for single filers and increase the width of the 15-percent bracket to twice the width for single filers. These two provisions were scheduled to phase in between 2005 and 2009.

INCREASE IN CHILD TAX CREDIT • More than 1.9 million married couples and single parents in Texas benefit from the increase in the child tax credit under EGTRRA and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the increase from $600 to $1,000 that was scheduled to phase in between 2005 and 2010.

REDUCED TAX RATES ON CAPITAL GAINS AND CORPORATE DIVIDENDS • 1.5 million taxpayers in Texas will benefit from the reduced tax rates on capital gains and corporate dividends under JGTRRA.

SOURCE: Counts are for the number of returns filed in 2003 that would have benefited from the package. These estimates are based on tabulations from all individual income tax returns processed by the Internal Revenue Service in 2003. Most of these returns covered tax year 2002.

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THE ECONOMIC GROWTH AND TAX RELIEF RECONCILIATION ACT OF 2001 & THE JOBS AND GROWTH TAX RELIEF RECONCILIATION ACT OF 2003 WILL PROVIDE BENEFITS TO MORE THAN 770,000 UTAH TAXPAYERS REDUCING TAXES • • More than 770,000 taxpayers in Utah will have lower income tax bills in 2004 under EGTRRA and JGTRRA. More than 195,000 business taxpayers in Utah can use their tax savings from the two Acts to invest in new equipment, hire additional workers, and increase pay.

NEW 10-PERCENT BRACKET • More than 690,000 taxpayers in Utah will benefit from the new 10-percent bracket enacted in EGTRRA and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the expansions of the bracket scheduled for 2008.

REDUCTION IN INCOME TAX RATES • Nearly 140,000 taxpayers in Utah will benefit from the EGTRRA reduction in income tax rates above 15-percent and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the reductions scheduled for 2004 and 2006.

REDUCTION OF MARRIAGE PENALTY • 285,000 married couples in Utah will benefit from the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the EGTRRA provisions that increase the standard deduction for joint filers to double the amount for single filers and increase the width of the 15-percent bracket to twice the width for single filers. These two provisions were scheduled to phase in between 2005 and 2009.

INCREASE IN CHILD TAX CREDIT • 210,000 married couples and single parents in Utah benefit from the increase in the child tax credit under EGTRRA and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the increase from $600 to $1,000 that was scheduled to phase in between 2005 and 2010.

REDUCED TAX RATES ON CAPITAL GAINS AND CORPORATE DIVIDENDS • More than 160,000 taxpayers in Utah will benefit from the reduced tax rates on capital gains and corporate dividends under JGTRRA.

SOURCE: Counts are for the number of returns filed in 2003 that would have benefited from the package. These estimates are based on tabulations from all individual income tax returns processed by the Internal Revenue Service in 2003. Most of these returns covered tax year 2002.

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THE ECONOMIC GROWTH AND TAX RELIEF RECONCILIATION ACT OF 2001 & THE JOBS AND GROWTH TAX RELIEF RECONCILIATION ACT OF 2003 WILL PROVIDE BENEFITS TO MORE THAN 240,000 VERMONT TAXPAYERS REDUCING TAXES • • More than 240,000 taxpayers in Vermont will have lower income tax bills in 2004 under EGTRRA and JGTRRA. 70,000 business taxpayers in Vermont can use their tax savings from the two Acts to invest in new equipment, hire additional workers, and increase pay.

NEW 10-PERCENT BRACKET • More than 220,000 taxpayers in Vermont will benefit from the new 10-percent bracket enacted in EGTRRA and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the expansions of the bracket scheduled for 2008.

REDUCTION IN INCOME TAX RATES • More than 45,000 taxpayers in Vermont will benefit from the EGTRRA reduction in income tax rates above 15-percent and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the reductions scheduled for 2004 and 2006.

REDUCTION OF MARRIAGE PENALTY • More than 75,000 married couples in Vermont will benefit from the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the EGTRRA provisions that increase the standard deduction for joint filers to double the amount for single filers and increase the width of the 15-percent bracket to twice the width for single filers. These two provisions were scheduled to phase in between 2005 and 2009.

INCREASE IN CHILD TAX CREDIT • More than 55,000 married couples and single parents in Vermont benefit from the increase in the child tax credit under EGTRRA and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the increase from $600 to $1,000 that was scheduled to phase in between 2005 and 2010.

REDUCED TAX RATES ON CAPITAL GAINS AND CORPORATE DIVIDENDS • More than 50,000 taxpayers in Vermont will benefit from the reduced tax rates on capital gains and corporate dividends under JGTRRA.

SOURCE: Counts are for the number of returns filed in 2003 that would have benefited from the package. These estimates are based on tabulations from all individual income tax returns processed by the Internal Revenue Service in 2003. Most of these returns covered tax year 2002.

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THE ECONOMIC GROWTH AND TAX RELIEF RECONCILIATION ACT OF 2001 & THE JOBS AND GROWTH TAX RELIEF RECONCILIATION ACT OF 2003 WILL PROVIDE BENEFITS TO MORE THAN 2.8 MILLION VIRGINIA TAXPAYERS REDUCING TAXES • • More than 2.8 million taxpayers in Virginia will have lower income tax bills in 2004 under EGTRRA and JGTRRA. More than 580,000 business taxpayers in Virginia can use their tax savings from the two Acts to invest in new equipment, hire additional workers, and increase pay.

NEW 10-PERCENT BRACKET • More than 2.5 million taxpayers in Virginia will benefit from the new 10-percent bracket enacted in EGTRRA and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the expansions of the bracket scheduled for 2008.

REDUCTION IN INCOME TAX RATES • More than 785,000 taxpayers in Virginia will benefit from the EGTRRA reduction in income tax rates above 15-percent and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the reductions scheduled for 2004 and 2006.

REDUCTION OF MARRIAGE PENALTY • Nearly 940,000 married couples in Virginia will benefit from the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the EGTRRA provisions that increase the standard deduction for joint filers to double the amount for single filers and increase the width of the 15-percent bracket to twice the width for single filers. These two provisions were scheduled to phase in between 2005 and 2009.

INCREASE IN CHILD TAX CREDIT • More than 685,000 married couples and single parents in Virginia benefit from the increase in the child tax credit under EGTRRA and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the increase from $600 to $1,000 that was scheduled to phase in between 2005 and 2010.

REDUCED TAX RATES ON CAPITAL GAINS AND CORPORATE DIVIDENDS • More than 670,000 taxpayers in Virginia will benefit from the reduced tax rates on capital gains and corporate dividends under JGTRRA.

SOURCE: Counts are for the number of returns filed in 2003 that would have benefited from the package. These estimates are based on tabulations from all individual income tax returns processed by the Internal Revenue Service in 2003. Most of these returns covered tax year 2002.

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THE ECONOMIC GROWTH AND TAX RELIEF RECONCILIATION ACT OF 2001 & THE JOBS AND GROWTH TAX RELIEF RECONCILIATION ACT OF 2003 WILL PROVIDE BENEFITS TO 2.3 MILLION WASHINGTON TAXPAYERS REDUCING TAXES • • 2.3 million taxpayers in Washington will have lower income tax bills in 2004 under EGTRRA and JGTRRA. Nearly 525,000 business taxpayers in Washington can use their tax savings from the two Acts to invest in new equipment, hire additional workers, and increase pay.

NEW 10-PERCENT BRACKET • More than 2.1 million taxpayers in Washington will benefit from the new 10-percent bracket enacted in EGTRRA and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the expansions of the bracket scheduled for 2008.

REDUCTION IN INCOME TAX RATES • 600,000 taxpayers in Washington will benefit from the EGTRRA reduction in income tax rates above 15-percent and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the reductions scheduled for 2004 and 2006.

REDUCTION OF MARRIAGE PENALTY • More than 780,000 married couples in Washington will benefit from the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the EGTRRA provisions that increase the standard deduction for joint filers to double the amount for single filers and increase the width of the 15-percent bracket to twice the width for single filers. These two provisions were scheduled to phase in between 2005 and 2009.

INCREASE IN CHILD TAX CREDIT • More than 570,000 married couples and single parents in Washington benefit from the increase in the child tax credit under EGTRRA and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the increase from $600 to $1,000 that was scheduled to phase in between 2005 and 2010.

REDUCED TAX RATES ON CAPITAL GAINS AND CORPORATE DIVIDENDS • Nearly 535,000 taxpayers in Washington will benefit from the reduced tax rates on capital gains and corporate dividends under JGTRRA.

SOURCE: Counts are for the number of returns filed in 2003 that would have benefited from the package. These estimates are based on tabulations from all individual income tax returns processed by the Internal Revenue Service in 2003. Most of these returns covered tax year 2002.

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THE ECONOMIC GROWTH AND TAX RELIEF RECONCILIATION ACT OF 2001 & THE JOBS AND GROWTH TAX RELIEF RECONCILIATION ACT OF 2003 WILL PROVIDE BENEFITS TO MORE THAN 2.1 MILLION WISCONSIN TAXPAYERS REDUCING TAXES • • More than 2.1 million taxpayers in Wisconsin will have lower income tax bills in 2004 under EGTRRA and JGTRRA. 446,000 business taxpayers in Wisconsin can use their tax savings from the two Acts to invest in new equipment, hire additional workers, and increase pay.

NEW 10-PERCENT BRACKET • More than 1.9 million taxpayers in Wisconsin will benefit from the new 10-percent bracket enacted in EGTRRA and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the expansions of the bracket scheduled for 2008.

REDUCTION IN INCOME TAX RATES • Nearly 460,000 taxpayers in Wisconsin will benefit from the EGTRRA reduction in income tax rates above 15-percent and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the reductions scheduled for 2004 and 2006.

REDUCTION OF MARRIAGE PENALTY • More than 710,000 married couples in Wisconsin will benefit from the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the EGTRRA provisions that increase the standard deduction for joint filers to double the amount for single filers and increase the width of the 15-percent bracket to twice the width for single filers. These two provisions were scheduled to phase in between 2005 and 2009.

INCREASE IN CHILD TAX CREDIT • 525,000 married couples and single parents in Wisconsin benefit from the increase in the child tax credit under EGTRRA and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the increase from $600 to $1,000 that was scheduled to phase in between 2005 and 2010.

REDUCED TAX RATES ON CAPITAL GAINS AND CORPORATE DIVIDENDS • Nearly 460,000 taxpayers in Wisconsin will benefit from the reduced tax rates on capital gains and corporate dividends under JGTRRA.

SOURCE: Counts are for the number of returns filed in 2003 that would have benefited from the package. These estimates are based on tabulations from all individual income tax returns processed by the Internal Revenue Service in 2003. Most of these returns covered tax year 2002.

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THE ECONOMIC GROWTH AND TAX RELIEF RECONCILIATION ACT OF 2001 & THE JOBS AND GROWTH TAX RELIEF RECONCILIATION ACT OF 2003 WILL PROVIDE BENEFITS TO NEARLY 580,000 WEST VIRGINIA TAXPAYERS REDUCING TAXES • • Nearly 580,000 taxpayers in West Virginia will have lower income tax bills in 2004 under EGTRRA and JGTRRA. 110,000 business taxpayers in West Virginia can use their tax savings from the two Acts to invest in new equipment, hire additional workers, and increase pay.

NEW 10-PERCENT BRACKET • Nearly 510,000 taxpayers in West Virginia will benefit from the new 10-percent bracket enacted in EGTRRA and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the expansions of the bracket scheduled for 2008.

REDUCTION IN INCOME TAX RATES • More than 85,000 taxpayers in West Virginia will benefit from the EGTRRA reduction in income tax rates above 15-percent and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the reductions scheduled for 2004 and 2006.

REDUCTION OF MARRIAGE PENALTY • More than 200,000 married couples in West Virginia will benefit from the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the EGTRRA provisions that increase the standard deduction for joint filers to double the amount for single filers and increase the width of the 15-percent bracket to twice the width for single filers. These two provisions were scheduled to phase in between 2005 and 2009.

INCREASE IN CHILD TAX CREDIT • More than 150,000 married couples and single parents in West Virginia benefit from the increase in the child tax credit under EGTRRA and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the increase from $600 to $1,000 that was scheduled to phase in between 2005 and 2010.

REDUCED TAX RATES ON CAPITAL GAINS AND CORPORATE DIVIDENDS • 110,000 taxpayers in West Virginia will benefit from the reduced tax rates on capital gains and corporate dividends under JGTRRA.

SOURCE: Counts are for the number of returns filed in 2003 that would have benefited from the package. These estimates are based on tabulations from all individual income tax returns processed by the Internal Revenue Service in 2003. Most of these returns covered tax year 2002.

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THE ECONOMIC GROWTH AND TAX RELIEF RECONCILIATION ACT OF 2001 & THE JOBS AND GROWTH TAX RELIEF RECONCILIATION ACT OF 2003 WILL PROVIDE BENEFITS TO NEARLY 190,000 WYOMING TAXPAYERS REDUCING TAXES • • Nearly 190,000 taxpayers in Wyoming will have lower income tax bills in 2004 under EGTRRA and JGTRRA. More than 50,000 business in Wyoming taxpayers can use their tax savings from the two Acts to invest in new equipment, hire additional workers, and increase pay.

NEW 10-PERCENT BRACKET • 170,000 taxpayers in Wyoming will benefit from the new 10-percent bracket enacted in EGTRRA and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the expansions of the bracket scheduled for 2008.

REDUCTION IN INCOME TAX RATES • More than 35,000 taxpayers in Wyoming will benefit from the EGTRRA reduction in income tax rates above 15-percent and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the reductions scheduled for 2004 and 2006.

REDUCTION OF MARRIAGE PENALTY • 65,000 married couples in Wyoming will benefit from the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the EGTRRA provisions that increase the standard deduction for joint filers to double the amount for single filers and increase the width of the 15-percent bracket to twice the width for single filers. These two provisions were scheduled to phase in between 2005 and 2009.

INCREASE IN CHILD TAX CREDIT • Nearly 50,000 married couples and single parents in Wyoming benefit from the increase in the child tax credit under EGTRRA and the JGTRRA acceleration to 2003 of the increase from $600 to $1,000 that was scheduled to phase in between 2005 and 2010.

REDUCED TAX RATES ON CAPITAL GAINS AND CORPORATE DIVIDENDS • 40,000 taxpayers in Wyoming will benefit from the reduced tax rates on capital gains and corporate dividends under JGTRRA.

SOURCE: Counts are for the number of returns filed in 2003 that would have benefited from the package. These estimates are based on tabulations from all individual income tax returns processed by the Internal Revenue Service in 2003. Most of these returns covered tax year 2002.

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