NEW HAMPSHIRE - New Hampshire Senator Maggie Hassan introduced the Middle Class Tax Break Act. The bill would create a $1,000 Working America Tax Credit for middle-class families in the Granite State and across the U.S. who have earned income up to $200,000.
The legislation would also provide a $500 tax credit for individual filers who have earned income up to $100,000.
"As corporate profits continue to rise, too many middle-class families in New Hampshire and across America are being left behind," Senator Hassan said.
"Giving middle-class families a $1,000 yearly tax cut will make it a bit easier for hard-working families to get ahead and stay ahead, helping to drive economic growth. Any federal tax changes must put working families -- not corporate special interests -- first, and I stand ready to work with anyone who is serious about expanding opportunity for middle-class families and small businesses," Hassan continued.
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