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Tax Extenders Debate is Extended — EXPIRE Act Stalls in the Senate

– Sen. Ron Wyden’s (D.-Ore.) EXPIRE Act, which would have revived several expired tax provisions (see prior post here), has been stalled in the Senate.  Despite broad bipartisan support for the EXPIRE Act, an apparent disagreement over amendments is preventing a vote on final passage. Senate Republicans proposed a number of amendments to the bill, including the repeal of the...

Energy Tax Reform: Current Updates And What It Means For Companies In The Energy Sector

Energy tax reform has been the subject of three recent, and very significant, administrative and legislative proposals: The President’s 2015 budget, released on March 4, 2014; The comprehensive tax reform plan released on February 26, 2014, by Representative Dave Camp (R-Mich.), chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee; and The energy tax discussion draft released on December...

Obama Administration Considers Using Executive Authority to Change Tax Policy

With comprehensive tax reform stalling in Congress, some are suggesting the Administration may take tax matters into its own hands. On January 21, Heather Zichal, President Barack Obama’s former top energy and climate aide, said that the Obama administration is considering using existing executive authority to make changes to tax policies with respect to renewable energy...

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