The Senate and the House’s tax-writing committees held a rare joint hearing on reforming the tax treatment of financial products such as derivatives.

During the joint hearing between the Senate Finance Committee and the House Ways and Means Committee, members looked at how sophisticated financial instruments such as variable prepaid forward contracts and swaptions were being used to help shield assets from taxes.

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