Deficit Projections Cut Due to Tax Windfall The Wall Street Journal's David Wessel talks about the government's surprisingly large tax revenues that have come in this year. Corporate profits are up, and the end of a tax break has contributed to the windfall.
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Deficit Projections Cut Due to Tax Windfall

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Deficit Projections Cut Due to Tax Windfall

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Deficit Projections Cut Due to Tax Windfall

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The Wall Street Journal's David Wessel talks about the government's surprisingly large tax revenues that have come in this year. Corporate profits are up, and the end of a tax break has contributed to the windfall.