Maybe Washington politicians aren’t as tone deaf as we think. Not only did restaurant owners wind up with some juicy breaks in the tax deal signed into law last Friday. They’ll also save a bundle when the Federal Reserve’s proposed new rule governing debit card transaction fees kicks in. Lower taxes, a little extra revenue: it looks like Christmas came early this year. The tax bill, formally known as the “ Reid Tax Relief, Unemployment Insurance Reauthorization and Job Creation Act of ...
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