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Coefficients on both variables are expected to be positive and significant if the credit is associated with a higher rate of growth in earnings for EITC participants . Table 12 summarizes the estimates from the regression model for growth in income over time . For growth in wages, the coefficient for claiming the EITC in the base year of the comparison shows indications of statistical significance for the 1979 to 1987, 1983 to 1987, and 1983 to 1990 time windows, for the phase-in group . In correspondence to the means test for hypothesis four, the wage growth was higher (in the phase-in range) for non-participants versus participants, which is opposite to the direction predicted by theory .
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09 No Response 3 . At the request of my client, I have exerted the Confidentiality Privilege of Section 7525 in other tax audit contexts . 55 I-4 5 . 1 have provided my staff - both audit and tax - with continuing education regarding the scope of the Confidentiality Privilege . 82 1-3 6 . 1 have provided only my tax staff with continuing education regarding the scope of the Confidentiality Privilege . 27 2-20+ 7 . 1 have provided my clients with information regarding the scope of the Confidentiality Privilege .