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Money and receipts Estimates by some groups said that wage increases could result in family incomes increasing by $4,000 to $9,000 per year, but a CRS analysis found no dramatic increase. (Photo: Bigstock)

A new report from the Congressional Research Service (CRS) is drawing attention for its conclusion that the recent tax cuts passed by Congress will not add much economic growth in the U.S. The report also questioned other selling points of the tax reform, such as the notion it would improve workers’ wages and prompt reinvestment in and add jobs.

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