With the passage of the new tax reform law the annual tax burden on low-income taxpayers will be reduced, on average, by anywhere from $100 to $300. Clearly, tax reform is in the interest of low-income taxpayers.
Which one of the following, if true, most undermines the conclusion above?OPTIONS
[A]. Tax reform, by simplifying the tax code will save many people the expense of having an accountant do their taxes.
[B]. Tax reform, by eliminating tax incentives to build rental housing, will push up rents an average of about $40 per month for low-income taxpayers.
[C]. Low-income taxpayers have consistently voted for those political candidates who are strong advocates of tax reform.
[D]. The new tax reform laws will permit low and middle-income taxpayers to deduct Child-care expenses from their taxes.
[E]. Under the new tax reform laws, many low-income taxpayers who now pay taxes will no Longer be required to do so.
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