A Clinton Administration proposal could surface in Congress and abolish the use of real estate investment trusts to house mortgage investments and avoid some state taxes, closing what some consider a loophole.

(With the exception of Connecticut, states tax REIT dividends at a lower rate than they tax the interest that would accrue from the mortgages if they were not in the REIT.)

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