Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson said Congress should stop dithering on passing a fix for the Alternative Minimum Tax.
Paulson wrote a letter to three members of the House and Senate tax committees urging them to enact an AMT patch quickly. Otherwise, he warned, 21 million more Americans will be forced to pay the AMT than in 2006, bringing the total to 25 million.
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