Falls Church, VA — Are you curious what President Bush and Vice President Cheney paid in taxes in 2006, their effective tax rates, and their write-offs? Go to www.taxanalysts.com and click to see their 2006 returns.
Tax Analysts, the nonprofit publisher of Tax Notes magazine and other premier tax publications, is again making presidential and vice presidential returns available as a public service.
“We think it’s important for Americans to see how their President and Vice President participate in our society as taxpayers,” said Christopher Bergin, president and publisher of Tax Analysts. “We’re pleased to once again make presidential tax returns easily accessible.”
At Tax Analysts' Tax History Project site you will find not only the Bush and Cheney tax returns back to 2000, but also the returns of Presidents Bill Clinton from 1992-99, George H.W. Bush from 1989-91, Ronald Reagan from 1981-83 and 1985-87, Jimmy Carter from 1977-79, Richard Nixon in 1969, and Franklin Roosevelt from 1934-37.
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