The Tax Policy Center has released a series of data tables taking a look at the effect of the major tax changes enacted since 2001.

For each table, the center compares the amount of tax that is owed under current law with the amount that would have been paid if the law had stayed the same as it was in 2000. The estimates are computed both for dollar income classes (for example, $40,000 to $50,000) and for percentiles of the income distribution (for example, middle quintile, which includes households in the middle 20 percent of the income distribution).

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