Despite the marriage bonus most couples see at tax time, some upper- and lower-income people pay more taxes because they're married. Here's why.
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If both partners make more than $400,000 a year, a married couple could end up paying more in taxes than two single wage earners would pay.
The president seeks to raise $1.5 trillion in the next 10 years from wealthy Americans. Yet most of his proposals were also in last year's budget and went nowhere.
Adjustments for inflation include a change in tax-bracket thresholds and a small increase in the standard deduction and dependent exemption.
GOP candidate's proposal would cut taxes 62% for millionaires and put a major hole in the federal budget, analysis finds. Gingrich disputes deficit projection.
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