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We have all seen how effective Congress has been lately and it does not appear there is any change going to happen anytime soon. Comprehensive tax reform would mean putting all tax exemptions on the table. There are too many concerns about losing votes and control of each respective chamber for that to happen. If when dealing with sequestration and the debt ceiling, Congress could look to cover the costs of their resolution. Big ticket tax expenditures with broad, deep and vocal constituencies may survive, and Congress may look then at smaller ticket items, like credit union tax status. 

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