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Taxpayers will be able to deduct state income taxes or state sales taxes in addition to property levies — up to a $10,000 cap.
They say rule didn't go far enough and more stringent measures may be necessary.
Pass-through provisions are target of groups representing employee-model brokerage firms, as well as retirement plan advisers.
Lawmakers still need to get a cost analysis of their agreement, so it's not yet definite, according to a source.