Analyzing the Emergency Economic Stabilization Act's tax effects

01/21/2009 | Journal of Accountancy online

The Emergency Economic Stabilization Act provided a large number of tax breaks for individuals, including alternative minimum tax relief, energy credits and disaster relief. It also extended the exclusion from income of discharged mortgage debt and other expired provisions helping individual taxpayers. This article from The Tax Adviser summarizes and analyzes these provisions.

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