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Trump’s Tax-Cut Plans May Draw Congress to Art of the Deal

  • European officials’ activism spurs pressure on corporate taxes
  • President-elect will need to mend fences with Speaker Ryan
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Trump and Ryan's 'Prickly, Difficult' Job on Tax Reform

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Businesses and individuals may get major tax breaks if President-elect Donald Trump can successfully meld his own tax proposals with similar ones favored by House Republicans.

With Republicans in control of both chambers in Congress, the most urgent question on taxes is how well Trump will work with House Speaker Paul Ryan to enact the deep cuts to individual income-tax rates and the corporate income tax that both favor. The pair had a strained relationship during the campaign.