Pity anyone who took the tax credit to buy a house in 2009 or 2010.
Workers will be able to sock more away for retirement while enjoying tax benefits.
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Exactly who would pay more and how much is unclear. But cherished deductions like the one for mortgage interest are targeted.
President Obama's top economist fields questions from MSN Money readers.
One idea to encourage savings is to lower the tax rate on interest earned on savings accounts.
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