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This Week: A Redesigned Taxpayer's Tab


Dan Barrett
March 28, 2014

Taking suggestions from our base of dedicated subscribers and looking to the future, NTUF released a new and improved version of The Taxpayer’s Tab – NTU Foundation’s weekly BillTally newsletter. This update is the first major redesign in the Tab’s almost five-year history and we’re not just talking about rounded corners and a sleeker look. Now, readers will have multiple options to read and share Tab content in an easy and simple fashion.

Thanks to the generous donations of NTU Foundation supporters, our Creative Content Manager Tim Howland and the NTUF research staff present you with a responsive and sleek insight into the bills that Members of Congress are proposing, supporting, and hoping to pass into law. Subscribers can read the Tab, as they always have, as it appears in their inboxes and can now go to our website to share each of the Tab’s articles and to broadcast the message of fiscal transparency to their social networks.

We’ve also started a new “Bottom Line” section to summarize each bill so if you don’t want to read the entire Most Expensive Bill of the Week article, you can just scroll to the bottom and get the cliff notes. As before, NTUF will be updating taxpayers on our research and the issues of the day through our tweets, blog posts, cross-posts on TruthAboutBills.com, and cost estimate numbers on WashintonWatch.com.

Like what you see? Consider making a tax-deductible donation to NTU Foundation to help us educate more Americans on government spending, taxes, and regulations! The more that you help NTUF out is the less that you’ll give to the IRS next April.

Again, thank you for your support and we welcome feedback on our new Taxpayer’s Tab!


 

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