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Alternative Minimum Tax Projections: 2011-2022

Projections of the number of AMT taxpayers; the amount of AMT revenue; the average AMT liability; the distribution of AMT taxpayers by income, filing status, children at home and level of state taxes; the distribution of AMT liability by income; and the interaction of the AMT with the 2001-2010 tax cuts. The tables cover various years from 2011 through 2022 and presents projections of AMT under current law, current policy (with and without fixes to the AMT) and the Administration’s FY2012 Budget Proposals.

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Table T11-0132 is related to the following tables:

-  T11-0130 - Baseline AMT Projections; Current Law and Current Policy,1970-2022 (June 3, 2011)
Number of AMT taxpayers and AMT revenue under current law, current policy (with and without AMT patch) and Pre-EGTRRA law between 1970 and 2022.

-  T11-0131 - Baseline AMT Projections; Current Law and Current Policy, 2011-2022 (June 3, 2011)
Number of AMT taxpayers, AMT revenue and percentage of tax-units affected by the AMT under current law and current policy (with and without AMT patch) between 2011 and 2022.

-  T11-0132 - Baseline AMT Taxpayers: Multiple Baselines, 2011-13 (June 3, 2011)
Number of AMT taxpayers and percentage of tax-units affected by the AMT under current law, current policy and the Administration’s FY2012 Budget Proposals between 2011 and 2013. Two simulations are presented for each baseline, depicting the number of AMT taxpayers with and without fixes to the AMT.

-  T11-0133 - Baseline AMT Taxpayer Characteristics; Multiple Baselines, 2011-13 (June 3, 2011)
Displays the number of AMT taxpayers as a percentage of all tax-filers across cash income levels, filing status, children at home and state of filing, under current law, current policy and the Administration’s FY2012 Budget Proposals between 2011 and 2013. Two simulations are presented for each baseline, depicting the percentage of AMT taxpayers with and without fixes to the AMT.

-  T11-0134 - Baseline AMT Revenue Per Taxpayer; Multiple Baselines, 2011-13 and 2022 (June 3, 2011)
Displays the average AMT tax liability per AMT taxpayer across cash income levels, filing status, children at home and state of filing, under current law and current policy for 2011-2013 and 2022. Two simulations are presented for each baseline, depicting the percentage of AMT taxpayers with and without fixes to the AMT.

-  T11-0135 - Baseline AMT Tax Rate; Multiple Baselines, 2011-13 and 2022 (June 3, 2011)
Displays the average effective AMT tax rate across cash income levels, filing status, children at home and state of filing, under current law and current policy for 2011-2013 and 2022. Two simulations are presented for each baseline, depicting the percentage of AMT taxpayers with and without fixes to the AMT.

-  T11-0136 - Baseline Distribution of AMT and Regular Income Tax by Cash Income Level; Current Law, 2011-2013 (June 3, 2011)
Distribution of AMT taxpayers, share of AGI and share of AMT and regular income tax liability by cash income level under current law between 2011 and 2013.

-  T11-0137 - Baseline AMT Table by Cash Income Level: Income Subject to Regular Income Tax and AMT; Marginal Tax Rates under the Regular Income Tax and AMT; Current Law, 2011-2013 (June 3, 2011)
Compares the effective marginal rates for AMT taxpayers under the regular income tax and the AMT and also the income subject to tax under the regular income tax and the AMT, by cash income level, under current law, between 2011 and 2013.

-  T11-0138 - Baseline AMT Table by Cash Income Level: Effect of AMT on 2001-10 Tax Cuts, 2012 (June 3, 2011)
Displays the effect of the AMT on the 2001-2010 individual income tax cuts for the year 2012. Specifically, it presents the percentage of tax-units who lose their individual income tax cuts partially or completely due to the AMT and the percentage reduction in the individual income tax-cuts due to the AMT across cash income levels.

-  T11-0147 - Extend AMT Patch and Index AMT Parameters for Inflation, Impact on Tax Revenue; Multiple Baselines, 2012-22 (June 3, 2011)
Dynamic revenue estimates between 2012 and 2022 from extending the AMT patch and indexing the AMT parameters to inflation under current law and the Administration’s FY2012 Budget Baseline.

-  T11-0204 - Impact of the 2001-10 Tax Cuts, With and Without AMT Rate Cuts, on Tax Revenue, 2001-12 (June 28, 2011)
Static revenue estimates between 2001 and 2012 for the 2001-2010 individual income tax cuts as enacted and as enacted plus conforming rate cuts for the individual alternative minimum tax. The revenue estimates presented in this table only include changes in individual income tax revenue.