Five individual tax breaks account for about $700 billion in annual income tax expenditures
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SOURCE: Data from the Office of Management and Budget, The President's Budget for Fiscal Year 2014, April 2013.* Includes the exclusion from payroll taxes and income taxes.** Includes employer pension plans, employee and employer contributions to 401k plans, IRAs, and Self‐Employed plans.
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