Budget bills are always messy, and this year's effort is no exception. But given the fact that Republicans are looking to make $2 trillion of spending cuts over the next seven years, the banking industry appears to be getting off easy.

The spending blueprints approved by the House and Senate budget panels don't call for any new taxes, and big-ticket items important to financial institutions - such as the mortgage interest deduction - appear safe for now.

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