Tax portion of ‘fiscal cliff’ deal done — senior GOP source

Published on NewsOK Published: December 31, 2012
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Philip Klein

Senate Republicans and the White House have reached a deal on the tax portion of the “fiscal cliff” showdown, according to a senior Republican source, but spending remains an outstanding issue.

The basic parameters on the deal are as follows:

– Bush era tax rates would be made permanent on all income below $400,000 for individuals and $450,000 for families.

– The capital gains tax rate would permanently remain at 15 percent for income under $400,000 for individuals and $450,000 for families, and it would go up to 20 percent on income above that.

– There would be a permanent fix to prevent the Alternative Minimum Tax (originally intended to capture more taxes from a small number of millionaires) from hitting tens of millions of middle class families.

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