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Romney Economic Adviser Defends Tax Loophole That Saves Romney Millions

Mitt Romney — due, in part, to a tax loophole that benefits wealthy money managers — is able to drive his tax rate down to 15 percent, below that of many middle-class families. That tax loophole, which allows money managers to pay the capital gains tax rate of 15 percent on income they are paid [...]
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