Treasury Secretary John Snow said that the economy proves to "be on solid footing" and one of the ways to maintain that stability to keep taxes low.
In a speech before the Mortgage Bankers Association, Snow told attendees that the conference committee on tax relief reconciliation is currently considering the matter of keeping taxes on both investments and incomes low, and whether to extend President Bush's tax relief program as quickly as possible.
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