Big tax break for business owners at risk as shutdown drags on

OWNERS OF SO-CALLED pass-through entities such as partnerships and limited liability companies have to file their businesses’ returns by March 15 - and still don’t have the final word from the Internal Revenue Service about who, exactly, qualifies for the 20 percent deduction on business income. / BLOOMBERG NEWS FILE PHOTO/MICHAEL NAGLE
OWNERS OF SO-CALLED pass-through entities such as partnerships and limited liability companies have to file their businesses’ returns by March 15 - and still don’t have the final word from the Internal Revenue Service about who, exactly, qualifies for the 20 percent deduction on business income. / BLOOMBERG NEWS FILE PHOTO/MICHAEL NAGLE
NEW YORK - The longest government shutdown in United States history could cause tens of thousands of businesses to make a tough choice about whether to claim one of the biggest perks in the Republican tax overhaul. Owners of so-called pass-through entities such as partnerships and limited liability companies have to file their businesses’ returns by…

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