Can a Dividend Tax Cut Juice Growth?
When President Bush unveils his new "jobs and growth" package in January, a key element will be tax relief for investors in dividend-paying stocks. Proponents believe easing the tax bite on investors' dividend income would spark the stock market -- and put more jingle in consumers' pockets. That cash, they argue, could keep the expansion from flagging.
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