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Tax Credit Extension Good Way to Start 2013

Jan 02, 2013

RFA CEO Bob Dinneen Comments
In this Ethanol Report interview, Renewable Fuels Association (RFA) president and CEO Bob Dinneen comments on American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2012, which included extension of key ethanol related tax credits. Dinneen also looks ahead to what the 113th Congress may do regarding ethanol.
Ethanol Report on Starting 2013 9:20
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The American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2012 passed by Congress on New Year's Day includes the extension of key renewable fuel tax credits, which starts the new year off well for biofuels, according to Renewable Fuels Association CEO Bob Dinneen.

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However, Dinneen says the extensions are only for one year.

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Ever the optimist, Dinneen is hopeful the new Congress will be more productive.

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Dinneen expects new Congress will hold hearings on the Renewable Fuel Standard in the coming year and he looks forward to showing how effective the policy has been for decreasing America’s dependence on foreign oil.

Source: RFA