January 2, 2013

12 Alternative Tax Breaks Survive the Cliff

Christopher DeMorro, Gas 2


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While most Americans were enjoying the holiday break, Congress was called in for a special session to try and work out a deal to avoid the so-called “fiscal cliff.” A compromise was reached, a deal was passed, and while nobody is particularly happy with the “American Taxpayer Relief Act”, a number of green energy credits were extended for at least another year.

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