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Opposition from business to the current Senate Finance Committee proposal for raising executive compensation taxes is gathering force–although it will have to buck a tide of public sentiment that top management is making out like bandits in both tax treatment and compensation. Financial Executives International (FEI)–the professional association representing some 15,000 CFOs, controllers and other finance executives–shot off a letter to Capitol Hill, protesting the congressional attempt to resurrect sections 409A and 162(m) of the tax code.

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