Both parties want to make business tax breaks permanent. Here's why they won't
from The Washington Post
It has become an annual tradition, right up there with popping champagne and Auld Lang Syne. At the stroke of midnight on New Year's Eve, a number of temporary small-business tax breaks disappear every year, only to be retroactively restored months later. In the meantime, many employers are left in a state of levy limbo. Many in Congress are ready to put an end to that tradition — but even with broad bipartisan agreement, hurdles remain.
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