Beyond the Beltway series: Overview: The Nationwide Allocation of $541 billion | Tax Cuts to Make Work Pay | Helping Those Most in Need | 21st Century Education | Protecting Vital Services | Energy & Infrastructure | Wrap Up: Local Recovery
The House and Senate versions of the Recovery and Reinvestment Act includes spending provisions and tax cuts aimed at reviving our ailing economy. The House version of the Act contains three personal tax measures: Making Work Pay, the Earned Income Tax Credit increase, and Child Tax Credit. The Senate version also includes an adjustment to the Alternative Minimum Tax and tax relief for seniors and veterans. The map below uses analysis from the Institute on Taxation and Economic Policy to show how much tax stimulus will go to people in each state.
This is part of a week-long series that examines the state-level implications of different aspects of the package; the series began with an overview map showing how $541 billion will be allocated to the states.
- Overview: The Nationwide Allocation of $541 billion
- Tax Cuts to Make Work Pay
- Helping Those Most in Need
- 21st Century Education
- Protecting Vital Services
- Energy & Infrastructure
- Wrap Up: Local Recovery
More information on our stimulus plan:
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