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From tax cuts to deficits: Why the financial health of U.S. hotels is up in the air

Aug 27, 2012 9:35 am

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Hotels finally clawed their way back to success this year but they face an uncertain future as both tax increases and tax decreases have results which could quickly turn their gains into declines.

— Jason Clampet

Free Report: The Changing Business of Extended-Stay Hotels

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The US hotel industry is inching closer to the edge of the fiscal cliff http://t.co/oYw1Qxhz @shawn_turner1 reports on the issue #hotelnews

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