Congress is set to vote by Friday on a tax bill that includes estate and personal capital gains rollbacks sought by banks.

President Clinton has said he would veto the plan to cut taxes by $792 billion over 10 years because, he argued, the money would be better spent on beefing up Social Security and Medicare. But the bill offers several benefits to banks, and industry officials hope these provisions will remain in any eventual compromise legislation.

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