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WASHINGTON — A final copy of a report from the U.S. Treasury Department still lists the credit union tax exemption as one that could be reconsidered if the United States were to reform its corporate tax structure.

The final version of the study updated a previous report on a late July meeting that the U.S. Treasury Department hosted with business leaders about the different approaches to reforming the corporate tax structure to make it more competitive in the 21st century. Part of the first version of the report discussed different tax exemptions, including the credit union tax exemption, and credit union associations expressed dismay at the time.

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