Tag Archives: Blueprint

Tax-Writers Huddle Up as Trump Releases Tax Principles

Legislative Activity House Tax-Writers Hold Two-Day Meeting on Tax Reform Today, Monday, May 1, House Ways and Means Committee Republicans will continue their two-day meeting to reach a consensus on tax reform – a task that comes amidst the release of the Trump Administration’s tax reform principles (discussed further below). As senior House tax-writer Devin … Continue Reading

It’s Tax Reform’s Turn

Legislative Activity Time for Tax Reform? With the GOP’s healthcare reform efforts having fallen apart, Members and staff from the House Ways and Means Committee will likely now turn their full time and attention to another key priority: tax reform. See our analysis of the current landscape here. This Week’s Hearings: On Tuesday, March 28, the House … Continue Reading

First Quarter Tax Reform Update

Legislative Activity The House With the 115th Congress entering month three, tax reform continues to be a focal point of the political debate in Washington. Intent to move forward with their tax reform “Blueprint” released in June 2016, Speaker Paul Ryan (R-WI), House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Kevin Brady (R-TX), and other tax-writers have … Continue Reading

Tax Reform Talks Continue as “Tax Dodging” in Democrats’ Crosshairs

Legislative Activity Corporate “Tax Dodging” in Spotlight as Tax Reform Timing in Question It is becoming increasingly clear that the timing of tax reform is largely tied to what happens with the House Blueprint. Assuming the proposal moves forward largely as is, the House is aiming to wrap up debate and successfully enact tax reform by … Continue Reading

Questions Over GOP Tax Reform Proposal Emerge; Acting Treasury Secretary Named

Legislative Activity Border Adjustability in the Spotlight Though healthcare and repealing and replacing the Affordable Care Act have thus far been the primary focus of the tax-writing committees this Congress, policymakers are still continuing to move forward with tax reform. Among the proposals in the House Republicans’ tax reform “Blueprint” receiving the most attention in recent weeks … Continue Reading

Tax-Writers Focused, Looking Toward 2017 for Large-Scale Reforms; Treasury Set to Move on Section 385 Regulations

Legislative Activity Lawmakers Look at Specific Tax Policy Priorities with an Eye Toward Tax Reform in 2017 With the House last week having passed various targeted pieces of tax legislation, it is clear that much of the rest of this Congress will be devoted to more narrow asks, though continued efforts in anticipation of tax … Continue Reading

Tax-Writers Gear Up to Release Proposals; Treasury Response to Concerns Over Section 385 Regs Unclear

Legislative Activity Coming Soon: The GOP’s Tax Reform “Blueprint” With House Republicans expected to roll out their comprehensive tax “blueprint” this month – and lawmakers set to leave Washington on Friday, June 24 – it is likely that we will see the proposal released this week. It is quite possible, however, that the final product may … Continue Reading

Congressional Tax Reform Efforts Carry On, as Section 385 and BEPS Issues in Focus for the Administration

Legislative Activity Tax Reform Discussions Persist, Proposals Due Out This Month House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Kevin Brady (R-TX) remains focused on efforts to overhaul the U.S. tax Code and is expected to release his tax reform “blueprint” this month. He recently stated that he anticipates continuing to concentrate efforts on the blueprint “through … Continue Reading

Tax-Writers Continue Examining Tax Reform Proposals as the Administration and Regulators Focus on International Issues

Legislative Activity Congressional Tax-Writers Press on With Tax Reform Proposals This week, the House Ways and Means Subcommittee on Tax Policy, chaired by Representative Charles Boustany (R-LA), will hold a hearing to examine Member proposals to improve the current U.S. tax system. This hearing is part of a series of hearings on tax reform and … Continue Reading
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