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Under current laws, will federal taxes consume a higher or lower share of the U.S. economy over the next three decades?

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Because most elements of the federal tax code are not indexed for income growth, and some elements are not indexed for inflation, federal taxes generally consume a larger portion of the U.S. economy over time, unless the laws are changed. This phenomenon is called "bracket creep."

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