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Paychecks Could Be Whacked If U.S. Tax Vote Slips

Americans’ paychecks may shrink next year, at least temporarily, even if Congress decides not to let tax rates rise.

Unless Congress votes by November to extend tax cuts enacted under President George W. Bush, the Internal Revenue Service will advise employers to increase deductions from paychecks beginning Jan. 1, payroll experts said.