Tax debate on Capitol Hill means banks might pay compensation early

Wall Street firms are considering paying out incentivized compensation this month rather than in the new year as concern mounts that lawmakers will allow the wealthiest Americans' taxes to increase starting in 2011. A financial-services employee who earns a $1 million bonus will pay as much as $50,000 more in taxes if Congress fails to extend tax cuts for the most affluent Americans.

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