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Honest liberals oppose repeal because the AMT is “an important source of revenue for the Federal government.”
Treasury has estimated that by 2013 it would be more expensive to repeal the AMT than to eliminate the income tax.
And because the AMT eliminates personal exemptions, it hurts families with children in particular.
For many taxpayers, the AMT is a nightmare that threatens their family budgets.
Lowering tax rates for everyone makes more people subject to the AMT, because it is not indexed for inflation.
Amt ohne Geld macht Diebe—Office without 10 pay makes thieves.
The father, distracted with grief and vexation, had run to the Amt to have the fugitives pursued.Wilhelm Meister's Apprenticeship and Travels, Vol. I (of 2)|Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
It is an amt, or province, in the south-eastern part of Norway.Up The Baltic|Oliver Optic
Hedemarken Amt (county) has the largest forest area, while Stavanger Amt has the smallest.The Norwegian Fjords|A. Heaton Cooper
Of course, that question has more in it than the inquiry as to the 15th Amt.Letters and Literary Memorials of Samuel J. Tilden, v. 1|Samuel J. Tilden