Biden's Plan to Tax the Rich Faces Roadblocks

President-Elect Joe Biden has . He campaigned on tax increases for corporations and individuals making over $400,000, estate tax hikes, and tax cuts for lower- and moderate-income people. But he's unlikely to get much on his wish list, with the Democratic majority in the House narrowed and Republicans likely keeping control of the Senate.

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