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Despite strong bi-partisan support for the delay or eradication of the amortization of 174 expenditures, Congress failed to act prior to the end of the year, and the changes took effect as scheduled. As it stands now, taxpayers will no longer be able to immediately deduct R&E expenditures and will be required to amortize and capitalize them over a five-year period.
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