A survey of leading corporate tax executives predicts that taxes will not be a major issue in Congress in 2008, apart from the one-year alternative minimum tax patch and the one-year extenders package.
Respondents to the survey, conducted by law firm Miller & Chevalier, want greater tax simplification, a lower corporate tax rate and international tax policies that will help them stay more competitive globally.
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