By J. Collins

A Fragile stability examines techniques to advertise emergency mark downs, in particular between underserved households.

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Note: All values in constant 2015 dollars. 2014–2019 is projected spending. Tax expenditures include: preferential rate on capital gains and dividends, stepped-up basis at death, exclusion of interest on state and local bonds, carryover basis of capital gains on gifts, and deferral of interest on US savings bonds. Source: Office of Management and Budget data compiled by the National Priorities Project (2014). Historical and Projected Growth of Tax Expenditures The total cost of these programs has increased greatly in the last several years, and it is projected to grow rapidly in the next few years.

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