Congress this week extended for another year a tax break for foreign subsidiaries of financial services companies.

The budget bill-which the Senate approved Wednesday after the House acted Tuesday-would let banks, securities firms, and insurers postpone taxes on some income from international units in 1999 until the earnings are repatriated. A similar tax deferment was granted last year.

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