The unexpected jump in tax receipts projected for the fiscal year ending in September provides additional momentum for real tax reform, according to observers.
Aided by the April surge in tax receipts, the Bush administration is now projecting a budget deficit for fiscal 2005 of $333 billion - $94 billion less than its February forecast and $79 billion less than 2004's deficit.
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