With the alternative minimum tax still unpatched for this year and estimated to spread to an additional 28 million households next tax season unless Congress acts to avert the fiscal cliff, recently released statistics from the Internal Revenue Service reveal that even the patched AMT hit millions more households in 2010 than in 2009.
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