U.S. Tax Code

U.S. Tax Code

The set of laws governing U.S. federal taxation. It covers the credits and deductions for which one is eligible, as well as the tax rates for different types of income or wealth. The U.S. Tax Code is rarely replaced, but it is amended with some frequency.
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