by George G. Jones and Mark A. Luscombe
The Jobs and Growth Tax Relief Reconciliation Act of 2003 seems to have gotten enough press coverage to educate most people on the basics. It appears as if most taxpayers understand a new tax law has passed Congress that is likely to give most of them a little more take-home pay due to rate reductions, lower taxes on dividends and capital gains, and maybe even a check this summer if they qualify for the child tax credit.
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