The AMT Credit Fairness Act has been introduced in the House with significant bipartisan sponsorship. The bill provides relief for incentive stock option alternative minimum tax victims by accelerating the refund of stranded ISO AMT overpayment credits that, under current law, would not be returned within the taxpayer's lifetime.

The legislation was introduced by senior House Ways and Means member Rep. Sam Johnson, R-Tex.

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