Lawmakers are close to striking a tentative deal that would reconcile tax bills passed separately by the House and Senate, and an announcement could come soon.

They are currently considering a 37 percent top individual tax rate, a 21 percent corporate tax rate, no full repeal of the estate tax, and a mortgage interest deduction up to $750,000, according to Bloomberg L.P.

No final agreement has been reached yet, but an announcement of a deal is likely to follow soon. Republicans are trying to get the legislation finalized in time for President Donald Trump to sign it by next week.

The Senate’s top Democrat, Chuck Schumer of New York, called for Majority Leader Mitch McConnell to delay a vote on the tax bill until Democrat Doug Jones, who won a special election in Alabama Tuesday, could be seated. That would take the GOP’s majority down to 51-49.

But there was no indication that Senate leaders intend to slow down the vote.