A new report on President-elect Barack Obama's tax policies sees his mantle of change perhaps leading him to change some of his tax proposals as he works with Congress next year.
The report, by Clint Stretch and Jeff Kummer of Deloitte Tax LLP, foresees the Democrat-controlled Congress as initially cooperative, but notes that the economic crisis and budget shortfalls could put a damper on some of the president-elect's proposals.
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