TAXPAYER RELIEF ACT OF 1997
Legislation which cut down tax rates and introduced additional tax credits, benefits, and brackets. One of the biggest tax-reduction acts in the United States, the law was signed by former US President Bill Clinton in 1997. The act constituted the Child Tax Credit, increased the unified credit limit, tax exclusion from selling a residence, and gave tax relief for education savings and retirement accounts.
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