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You can just see their attitude of taking advantage of the loopholes. You'll know how they will react when they are in office," Caritos explained.
Trump's recent tax legislation did not include language to statutorily end the loophole because, as his economic adviser Gary Cohn (https://www.nytimes.com/2017/12/22/business/trump-carried-interest-lobbyists.html) asserted , "The reality of this town is that constituency [Wall Street] has a very large presence in the House and the Senate, and they have really strong relationships on both sides of the aisle." But experts have long contended that Trump could simply revise the rule that creates the loophole - a move he has refused to take.
The Carried Interest Fairness Act, which would end the tax loophole, "has received broad bipartisan support from government officials, economists, investors and hedge fund managers," the two lawmakers said.
The big loophole in gun laws is the "Gun Free Zone" loophole.
Chris Turner, D-Grand Prairie, won passage of a bill that will close a loophole that allowed longtime elected officials to double-dip their salary and pension.
The council said Mrs Roberts was paid an extra PS833.46 but warned the "loophole" was to be closed by a change in the law.
Mr Loophole said Fergie had no choice because he had a stomach bug and was rushing to get to the toilet at United's training ground.
Unions have warned the move would make it easier for workers to be sacked and could be used as a tax loophole by companies.
CALL centre operators were yesterday accused of exploiting a legal loophole to avoid paying fair wages.
AN MP claimed a government decision to close a VAT loophole should mean ministers can act on other taxation problems.
Summary: A lawyer known as Mr Loophole for helping celebrities evade driving bans has refused to help his own daughter fight a speeding ticket.