I've looked and haven't seen this question answered anywhere...Last year I had very little taxable income. So, volia!, my rebate check was quite small. That rebate check was ostensibly to cover the difference between the 15% tax rate on the 2001 tax form, and the 10% tax rate I'm supposed to be paying this year.Since I made considerably more money this year than last year, I don't want to be paying the 15% rate when everyone else effectively paid 10%. I've looked through my 1040 and instructions, and I can't find anywhere to claim the difference in taxes. The way I see it, I ought to be due a credit equal to 5% of the difference between this year's taxable income and last years (I'll still be in the 10% marginal tax rate this year).How can I claim this? Can I claim this? Should I just shoot all the d*** politicians who were too "clever" to simply lower the tax rate to 10% like a normal human would?
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