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The outlook for a year-end tax bill

CQ Budget Podcast, Ep. 135

As technological innovations rapidly reshape the American economy, it’s time Congress took notice and brought itself up to speed, Grumet and Johnson write. (Bill Clark/CQ Roll Call file photo)
As technological innovations rapidly reshape the American economy, it’s time Congress took notice and brought itself up to speed, Grumet and Johnson write. (Bill Clark/CQ Roll Call file photo)

 

There’s been talk for months about plans for a year-end package that would extend more than two dozen popular tax breaks that have expired or are expiring. If something’s going to happen, it’s got to happen soon, because there are only three weeks left before the holiday recess. Tax reporter Doug Sword joins the podcast to explain what the outlook is for a year-end tax bill. 

 

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