Alternative minimum tax can sometimes catch 'not-so-rich'
Thursday, April 01, 2004
Joe Mathew Kavumpurath
The alternative minimum tax (AMT), which was created to prevent people with high incomes from avoiding paying little or no tax, has had the unforeseen effect of also netting the "not-so-rich." Internal Revenue Service statistics ...
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