Ryan opens door to later corporate tax rate cut: Fox News

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© Reuters. Ryan (R-WI) sits for an onstage interview with Reuters' Adler in Washington© Reuters. Ryan (R-WI) sits for an onstage interview with Reuters’ Adler in Washington

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – U.S. House Speaker Paul Ryan on Wednesday left the door open to a possible delay in when Republican’s tax cut plan would lower rates for corporations, following a media report that Senate Republican’s version of the overhaul would push it to 2019.

Asked if Republicans in the U.S. House of Representatives would consider such a phase-in, Ryan told Fox News Radio that the House corporate rate cut was immediate and permanent, but that both chambers would work out the difference between their bills.

“This is a long process,” he said, adding that he could not speak to details in the Senate plan.

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