Congress eyes modest increase in upper-income tax rates

11/18/2012 | Financial Advisor online

Congressional leaders and the Obama administration have expressed optimism that the "fiscal cliff" will be resolved. One possible solution may involve increasing upper-income tax rates to 37% from 35%. Congress is also looking at backup plans for spending cuts to replace the automatic cuts mandated by sequestration if an agreement cannot be reached.

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