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US Tax Bill Costs Corporations Nearly $300 Billion More, While Middle Class Pays LessCorporations will pay nearly $296 billion more in US federal taxes over the next decade, and middle-income households will see some tax cuts, under the tax-and-climate bill that is likely to become law in the coming days.