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The Carried Interest Loophole Explainer

Document date: June 30, 2010
Released online: June 30, 2010

Howard Gleckman, the editor of the Tax Policy Center's TaxVox, explains what the term carried interest means, how those who earn it currently benefit from a tax loophole, and what the Congress is preparing to do about it.



Topics/Tags: | Economy/Taxes

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