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Which of the following is true if your taxable income falls in the lowest tax bracket? A. You are not eligible for the Earned Income Credit B. Your taxes are computed based on the alternative
minimum tax. C. You pay no income taxes. D. All of your taxable income is taxed at the same rate
The answer is C.
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