Mark Mazur

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OregonLive.com
Trump administration risks accuracy in rush to implement new tax lawtaxes from paychecks "will be less precise but it's really hard to quantify how
OregonLive.com / Posted 9 days ago
taxes from paychecks "will be less precise but it's really hard to quantify how much less and how bad it will be," said Mark Mazur, a former senior IRS official who is now executive director of the Tax Policy Center. For years, companies took... Read more
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Washington Post
Trump administration opts for speed over accuracy in implementing new tax lawtaxes from paychecks “will be less precise, but it’s really hard to quantify ho
Washington Post / Posted 10 days ago
taxes from paychecks “will be less precise, but it’s really hard to quantify how much less and how bad it will be,” said Mark Mazur, a former senior IRS official who is now executive director of the Tax Policy Center. For years, companies took... Read more
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Boston Globe
Trump administration opts for speed over accuracy in implementing new tax lawtaxes from paychecks ‘‘will be less precise, but it’s really hard to quantify h
Boston Globe / Posted 10 days ago
taxes from paychecks ‘‘will be less precise, but it’s really hard to quantify how much less and how bad it will be,’’ said Mark Mazur, a former senior IRS official who is now executive director of the Tax Policy Center. For years, companies took... Read more
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Philly.com
Trump administration opts for speed over accuracy in implementing new tax lawtaxes from paychecks “will be less precise, but it’s really hard to quantify ho
Philly.com / Posted 10 days ago
taxes from paychecks “will be less precise, but it’s really hard to quantify how much less and how bad it will be,” said Mark Mazur, a former senior IRS official who is now executive director of the Tax Policy Center. For years, companies took... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Trump administration opts for speed over accuracy in implementing new tax lawtaxes from paychecks "will be less precise but it's really hard to quantify how
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 10 days ago
taxes from paychecks "will be less precise but it's really hard to quantify how much less and how bad it will be," said Mark Mazur, a former senior IRS official who is now executive director of the Tax Policy Center. For years, companies took... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
Trump administration opts for speed over accuracy in implementing new tax lawtaxes from paychecks "will be less precise but it's really hard to quantify how
Stamford Advocate / Posted 10 days ago
taxes from paychecks "will be less precise but it's really hard to quantify how much less and how bad it will be," said Mark Mazur, a former senior IRS official who is now executive director of the Tax Policy Center. For years, companies took... Read more
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Connecticut Post
Trump administration opts for speed over accuracy in implementing new tax lawtaxes from paychecks "will be less precise but it's really hard to quantify how
Connecticut Post / Posted 10 days ago
taxes from paychecks "will be less precise but it's really hard to quantify how much less and how bad it will be," said Mark Mazur, a former senior IRS official who is now executive director of the Tax Policy Center. For years, companies took... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
Ted Cruz says everyone getting tax cuts except some wealthy residents of Manhattan, San Franciscolikely pay more in taxes--though 95 percent will see reductions or not lose gro
Stamford Advocate / Posted 15 days ago
likely pay more in taxes--though 95 percent will see reductions or not lose ground. By phone to our inquiry, the center’s Mark Mazur pointed out that the analysis shows a subset of taxpayers in each quintile stand to pay more in taxes in the... Read more
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Connecticut Post
Ted Cruz says everyone getting tax cuts except some wealthy residents of Manhattan, San Franciscolikely pay more in taxes--though 95 percent will see reductions or not lose gro
Connecticut Post / Posted 15 days ago
likely pay more in taxes--though 95 percent will see reductions or not lose ground. By phone to our inquiry, the center’s Mark Mazur pointed out that the analysis shows a subset of taxpayers in each quintile stand to pay more in taxes in the... Read more

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