|Currently, Congress is
Those provisions – affecting both individuals and businesses – include such things as premiums for mortgage insurance, expensing and depreciation, charitable contributions, and credits for the construction of energy efficient homes.
After a compromise to make some of the tax provisions permanent was derailed by a veto threat from the White House, the House has proposed a
Question of the week:
( ) All expiring tax provisions should be made permanent.
( ) All expiring tax provisions should be extended temporarily.
( ) Expiring tax provisions should only be extended if there’s an offset for the cost.
( ) I don’t know.
( ) Other.
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