Banking industry trade groups stand to lose hundreds of thousands of dollars each year under a Clinton administration proposal to tax trade associations' investment income.

The plan is part of President Clinton's fiscal 2000 budget, which seeks to raise $1.4 billion over five years by subjecting trade group income from interest payments, dividends, royalties, and real estate to a 35% tax.

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