Business jet buyers get tax break extended for one more year

10/15/2004 | Wall Street Journal, The

Congress has extended a tax break for purchases of small business jets for another year. Originally a three-year program designed to stimulate the economy after the 2001 attacks, the law applies to planes that cost more than $200,000. Plane manufacturers convinced lawmakers three years wasn't enough time because business jets are built to order.

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