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  • "Taxable" and "Earned" are two totally different things, relative to the TAX CODE!

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  • "Taxable" and "Earned" are two totally different things, relative to the TAX CODE!

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  • More relevant data is the totals of Taxable Income, and the percentage paid as actual revenue.

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  • Taxable government funds jumped by $15.57 billion to $686.55 billion, while nongovernment funds grew by $2.23 billion to $915.22 billion.

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  • Taxable government funds increased $1 billion to $176.73 billion, while nongovernment funds had $1.03 billion of inflows, raising the amount in them to $553.76 billion.

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  • Taxable funds increased $19 billion as institutional investors added $19.48 billion and individual investors pulled $482.3 million.

    Mutual-Fund Assets Increase

  • Taxable government funds increased $340 million, to $690.86 billion, while nongovernment funds rose $760 million, to $904.16 billion.

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  • Taxable government funds slipped $240 million, to $198.43 billion, while nongovernment funds fell $970 million, to $552.3 billion.

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  • Taxable funds saw inflows of $29.52 billion, as institutional investors added $29.95 billion and individual investors withdrew $433 million.

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  • Taxable government funds climbed by $1.1 billion to $194.90 billion, while nongovernment funds dropped by $2 billion to $550.09 billion.

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