By David Lerman and Paul M. KrawzakPosted September 25, 2017 at 11:56am
CQ budget reporter Paul M. Krawzak explains why a Senate budget resolution would add between $750 billion and $1.5 trillion or more to the deficit over 10 years, making any tax cuts temporary.
Budget Agreement Opens Up Options on Tax Cuts $ https://t.co/SY7bWOX74T @Alankota pic.twitter.com/E92NjShiNK
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Hatch looks at ‘territorial’ corporate tax system, even as offshore inversions expected to slow ($) by @Alankota https://t.co/a6lxN3Ik6D pic.twitter.com/jvhuCARaWc
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Corker: Budget deal w Toomey will allow “some headroom” 4 tax-cut deficits. @CQnow pic.twitter.com/MHm8RBg2QG
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