Congressional negotiators may reach a deal before their Christmas recess to avoid a “fiscal cliff” of steep tax increases and spending cuts in January. But they very well may not, which leaves the real possibility that on Jan. 2, $600 billion in tax hikes and civilian and defense spending cuts would begin to take effect.
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