A tax bill now before the House Ways and Means Committee could boost securitization of a wide range of loans and other financial assets by easing the tax restrictions on high-yielding debt.

The bill, formally entitled the Securitization Enhancement Act of 1995, would create a new tax vehicle called a Financial Asset Securitization Trust, or Fasit.

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