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As a Tax Credit Wanes, Jobs Vanish in Wind Power Industry

The American wind sector has been buffeted by weak demand for electricity, stiff competition from gas and uncertainty over a tax credit that has become a campaign wedge issue.


US Senate reaches deal to end ethanol tax credit - Minneapolis Star Tribune

Senate negotiators, including Amy Klobuchar, D.- Minn., on Thursday announced a final deal that ends a 45-cent per gallon tax credit for ethanol.


Small-Business Health Care Tax Credits Are Having A Minuscule Impact

Small-Business Health Care Tax Credits Are Having A Minuscule Impact

It's nearly impossible to qualify for ObamaCare's tax benefits.


Dealers Pocketing $7,500 Chevy Volt Tax Credit?

Auto dealerships might not be as smoke-filled and full of tricks as they used to, but a few bad seeds continue to perpetuate the old slick stereotypes.


Obama to Propose $100B R&D Tax Credit

President to ask Congress to increase and permanently extend research and development tax credits for businesses in hopes of spurring economic growth ahead of elections, White House official says.


BP to seek $10B U.S. tax credit

BP to seek $10B U.S. tax credit

Tax deduction on losses from oil spill could mean taxpayers will pay for half of $20B claim fund.

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Senh: Only $10B? That's nice of BP. While they're at it, they might as well claim the entire $20B. That's kinda sneaky of them to use tax write-offs for this.


Gannett Posts Higher Profit

Gannet reported a sharply higher profit with a boost from tax gains, while declines in print-advertising revenue eased.


Home prices rise in 20 major cities as buyers rush to obtain tax credit

A 3.8% increase in April compared with the same period last year is the third straight month of appreciation but analysts say prices are likely to drop again with the end of the tax credit. L.A., San Diego see gain of 0.7%.

Home prices in 20 major cities gained ground for the third consecutive month in April when compared with their year-earlier levels.


New home sales at record low as tax credit expires

Sales of new homes dropped a record 32.7 percent in May to the lowest level in at least four decades as the boost from a popular tax credit faded, adding to worries of a slowing economic recovery.


Housing Starts Stumble After Stimulus

Extending the homebuyer tax credit won't avoid a possible double-dip, only delay it.


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