(Reuters) – Imposing overall caps on how much high-income people in the United States can claim on their tax returns in deductions, exemptions and other tax breaks is an idea whose time may have come – again. In the whirl of "fiscal cliff" talks, bipartisan backing has grown for imposing, or in some cases reinstating, caps on tax breaks for top earners. On Monday, Republicans threw their support behind several approaches to do just that in a framework to step away from the fiscal cliff of $ 600 billion in new taxes and spending cuts set to take effect on January 1. …
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