Billionaire investors Warren Buffett and George Soros are calling on Congress to increase the estate tax as lawmakers near a decision on tax policies that expire Dec. 31.
In a joint statement today, Buffett, Soros and more than 20 other wealthy individuals asked Congress to lower the estate taxs per-person exemption to $2 million from $5.12 million and raise the top rate to more than 45 percent from 35 percent.
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