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  •  - U.S. President Obama talks with small business owners to discuss income tax credits in Washington

    U.S. President Obama talks with small business owners to discuss income tax credits in Washington

    Posted: 5/16/2012 11:39:20 AM EST
    U.S. President Barack Obama talks with small business owners to discuss income tax credits during a roundtable discussion at Taylor Gourmet restaurant in Washington, May 16, 2012. (From L to R) David Mazza, Casey Patten, Obama, Kathy Rachels, andSmall Business Administration Administrator Karen Mills (back to camera). REUTERS/Larry Downing (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
  •  - U.S. President Obama meets with small business owners to discuss income tax credits in Washington

    U.S. President Obama meets with small business owners to discuss income tax credits in Washington

    Posted: 5/16/2012 11:27:29 AM EST
    U.S. President Barack Obama meets with small business owners to discuss income tax credits during a roundtable discussion at Taylor Gourmet restaurant in Washington, May 16, 2012. (From L to R) David Mazza, Casey Patten, Obama, Small Business Administration Administrator Karen Mills (back to camera), Kathy Rachels, and Brian J. Smith. REUTERS/Larry Downing (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
  •  - U.S. President Obama holds up a hoagie sandwich after meeting in restaurant in Washington

    U.S. President Obama holds up a hoagie sandwich after meeting in restaurant in Washington

    Posted: 5/16/2012 11:19:46 AM EST
    U.S. President Barack Obama holds up a hoagie sandwich after he meets with small business owners to discuss income tax credits during a roundtable discussion in Taylor Gourmet restaurant in Washington, May 16, 2012. Second from left is Small Business Administration Administrator Karen Mills. REUTERS/Larry Downing (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
  •  - A 2011 U.S. Individual Income Tax Return form is seen in New York

    A 2011 U.S. Individual Income Tax Return form is seen in New York

    Posted: 5/15/2012 10:13:49 PM EST
    A 2011 U.S. Individual Income Tax Return form is seen in New York April 17, 2012. April 17 is the deadline for U.S. taxpayers to file their individual income tax returns and pay their taxes for the 2011 calendar year. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton
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    To match Analysis CHILE-POLITICS/

    Posted: 5/4/2012 2:37:58 PM EST
    Student protesters hold up a flag during a rally against the government demanding changes in the public state education system, in Santiago April 25, 2012. Chilean President Sebastian Pinera's tax reform to help fund an education overhaul could help center-right hopefuls ahead of next year's presidential race, but it won't stifle protests and might backfire by spurring calls for even higher spending. Pinera's reform proposal includes raising taxes on companies and lowering income tax for individuals. If approved, it would raise up to $1 billion a year in extra funding for education. Pinera unveiled the reform last week in response to massive student-led protests demanding free education and better distribution of the profits from a long copper boom in Chile, the world's No.1 producer. Picture taken April 25, 2012. To match Analysis CHILE-POLITICS/ REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado (CHILE - Tags: SOCIETY EDUCATION CIVIL UNREST POLITICS BUSINESS)
  •  - To match Analysis CHILE-POLITICS/

    To match Analysis CHILE-POLITICS/

    Posted: 5/4/2012 2:35:37 PM EST
    Student protesters clash with riot policemen during a rally against the government demanding changes in the public state education system, in Santiago April 25, 2012. Chilean President Sebastian Pinera's tax reform to help fund an education overhaul could help center-right hopefuls ahead of next year's presidential race, but it won't stifle protests and might backfire by spurring calls for even higher spending. Pinera's reform proposal includes raising taxes on companies and lowering income tax for individuals. If approved, it would raise up to $1 billion a year in extra funding for education. Pinera unveiled the reform last week in response to massive student-led protests demanding free education and better distribution of the profits from a long copper boom in Chile, the world's No.1 producer. Picture taken April 25, 2012. To match Analysis CHILE-POLITICS/ REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado (CHILE - Tags: SOCIETY EDUCATION CIVIL UNREST POLITICS BUSINESS)
  •  - To match Analysis CHILE-POLITICS/

    To match Analysis CHILE-POLITICS/

    Posted: 5/4/2012 2:18:24 PM EST
    Student protesters take part in a rally against the government demanding changes in the public state education system, in Santiago April 25, 2012. Chilean President Sebastian Pinera's tax reform to help fund an education overhaul could help center-right hopefuls ahead of next year's presidential race, but it won't stifle protests and might backfire by spurring calls for even higher spending. Pinera's reform proposal includes raising taxes on companies and lowering income tax for individuals. If approved, it would raise up to $1 billion a year in extra funding for education. Pinera unveiled the reform last week in response to massive student-led protests demanding free education and better distribution of the profits from a long copper boom in Chile, the world's No.1 producer. Picture taken April 25, 2012. To match Analysis CHILE-POLITICS/ REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado (CHILE - Tags: SOCIETY EDUCATION CIVIL UNREST POLITICS BUSINESS)
  •  - To match Analysis CHILE-POLITICS/

    To match Analysis CHILE-POLITICS/

    Posted: 5/4/2012 2:15:19 PM EST
    Student protesters take part in a march against the government demanding changes in the public state education system, in Santiago April 25, 2012. Chilean President Sebastian Pinera's tax reform to help fund an education overhaul could help center-right hopefuls ahead of next year's presidential race, but it won't stifle protests and might backfire by spurring calls for even higher spending. Pinera's reform proposal includes raising taxes on companies and lowering income tax for individuals. If approved, it would raise up to $1 billion a year in extra funding for education. Pinera unveiled the reform last week in response to massive student-led protests demanding free education and better distribution of the profits from a long copper boom in Chile, the world's No.1 producer. Picture taken April 25, 2012. To match Analysis CHILE-POLITICS/ REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado (CHILE - Tags: SOCIETY EDUCATION CIVIL UNREST POLITICS BUSINESS)
  •  - To match Analysis CHILE-POLITICS/

    To match Analysis CHILE-POLITICS/

    Posted: 5/4/2012 2:10:14 PM EST
    Students protester take part in a march against the government demanding changes in the public state education system, in Santiago, April 25, 2012. Chilean President Sebastian Pinera's tax reform to help fund an education overhaul could help center-right hopefuls ahead of next year's presidential race, but it won't stifle protests and might backfire by spurring calls for even higher spending. Pinera's reform proposal includes raising taxes on companies and lowering income tax for individuals. If approved, it would raise up to $1 billion a year in extra funding for education. Pinera unveiled the reform last week in response to massive student-led protests demanding free education and better distribution of the profits from a long copper boom in Chile, the world's No.1 producer. Picture taken April 25, 2012. The banner at left reads, "Want to be involved, No spectators" To match Analysis CHILE-POLITICS/ REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado (CHILE - Tags: SOCIETY EDUCATION CIVIL UNREST POLITICS
  •  - A 2011 U.S. Individual Income Tax Return form is seen in New York

    A 2011 U.S. Individual Income Tax Return form is seen in New York

    Posted: 4/17/2012 3:56:56 PM EST
    A 2011 U.S. Individual Income Tax Return form is seen in New York April 17, 2012. April 17 is the deadline for U.S. taxpayers to file their individual income tax returns and pay their taxes for the 2011 calendar year. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS)
  •  - Crates filled with 2011 tax forms are seen at the 96th Street Public Library in New York

    Crates filled with 2011 tax forms are seen at the 96th Street Public Library in New York

    Posted: 4/17/2012 3:55:25 PM EST
    Crates filled with 2011 tax forms are seen at the 96th Street Public Library in New York April 17, 2012. April 17 is the deadline for U.S. taxpayers to file their individual income tax returns and pay their taxes for the 2011 calendar year. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS)
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    Posted: 4/14/2012 7:15:46 PM EST
    This handout image provided by the White House shows the signature page of President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama's tax return. The White House says President Barack Obama and his family paid more than $160,000 in federal taxes last year. The president's 2011 federal income tax return shows reported adjusted gross income of about $790,000 last year. About half of the first family's income is the president's salary. The White House says the rest comes from sales of Obama's books. (AP Photo/White House)
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    Posted: 4/14/2012 7:15:45 PM EST
    This handout image provided by the White House shows the front page of President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama's tax return. The White House says President Barack Obama and his family paid more than $160,000 in federal taxes last year. The president's 2011 federal income tax return shows reported adjusted gross income of about $790,000 last year. About half of the first family's income is the president's salary. The White House says the rest comes from sales of Obama's books. (AP Photo/White House_
  •  - An officer stands at the front of the line with his horse to mail his family's income tax returns at a mobile post office near the Internal Revenue Service building in downtown Washington

    An officer stands at the front of the line with his horse to mail his family's income tax returns at a mobile post office near the Internal Revenue Service building in downtown Washington

    Posted: 2/9/2012 12:08:48 PM EST
    U.S. Park Police Officer Calvin Covington stands at the front of the line with his horse Harper to mail his family's income tax returns at a mobile post office near the Internal Revenue Service building in downtown Washington, April 15, 2010. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst
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    Posted: 1/24/2012 7:55:46 PM EST
    Graphic shows what Romney earned and paid federal income tax in
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    Posted: 1/23/2012 5:05:49 PM EST
    FILE- In this Wednesday, Sept. 14, 2011 file photo, job-seekers line up to talk to representatives from T-Mobile Express, as they attend a National Career Fairs job fair in Bellevue, Wash. The jobless rate is dipping, but millions of people are still out of work. And that could have implications when they file their income tax returns. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren, FILE)
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    Posted: 1/23/2012 5:05:49 PM EST
    FILE- In this file photo taken Jan. 7, 2011, unemployed workers use computers to search for jobs at the Virginia Employment Commission's Reemploy Virginia office in Mechanicsville, Va. The jobless rate is dipping, but millions of people are still out of work. And that could have implications when they file their income tax returns for 2011. (AP Photo/Steve Helber, file)
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    Posted: 1/18/2012 8:30:48 PM EST
    New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie addresses a large gathering in Voorhees, N.J., during a town hall meeting Wednesday, Jan. 18, 2012. One day after his State Of the State Address, Christie is taking his proposed across-the-board 10 percent income tax cut to New Jersey taxpayers with a town hall appearance. He'll be trying to sell New Jersey as a place where the government has turned around and himself as the architect of it. (AP Photo/Mel Evans)
  •  - U.S. Republican presidential candidate Rick Perry holds an individual income tax return form as he speaks during a campaign event in Ottumwa

    U.S. Republican presidential candidate Rick Perry holds an individual income tax return form as he speaks during a campaign event in Ottumwa

    Posted: 12/22/2011 3:32:59 PM EST
    U.S. Republican presidential candidate and current Texas Governor Rick Perry holds an individual income tax return form as he speaks during a campaign event in Ottumwa, Iowa December 22, 2011. REUTERS/Joshua Lott (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS)


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