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Jamie Dimon
Corporate tax breaks come at the cost of the country's future
Corporate tax breaks come at the cost of the country's future

The election is over and Congress is back in Washington D.C. for a short "lame-duck" session. There are lots of calls for help that they might heed: the nearly 3 million Americans out of work for more than six months and without unemployment benefits, or the more than 3 million American workers who are trying to get by on $7.25 an hour or less, or the millions of workers without any paid sick days. Instead, members of both parties seem focused on an array of corporate tax breaks set to expire at the end of this year. Corporate CEOs complain loudly that U.S. corporate income taxes are the highest in the world, making U.S. corporations uncompetitive in global markets. What they...

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