Ryan Tax-Rate Goal Requires Lawmakers to Ponder Favored BreaksRichard Rubin
The fiscal plan outlined by House Budget Chairman Paul Ryan calls for reducing the top individual and corporate tax rates from 35 percent to 25 percent, which would require lawmakers to consider eliminating tax breaks such as the mortgage interest deduction to meet his revenue targets.
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