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Why the US reform of extender provisions cannot wait for tax code overhaul

The US Senate Finance Committee last week examined the role of extenders – tax provisions that require renewing annually – within the tax system, in the context of fundamental reform of the US tax code. Witnesses said waiting for comprehensive reform would distort business decisions, urging quick action on expired and expiring extenders.

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