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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...

Senate Extenders Legislative Language Released

Almost a month after the Senate Finance Committee approved legislation which would extend expired tax provisions (see our prior post), Chairman Ron Wyden (D-Ore.) finally introduced in the Senate the legislative language of the bill.  S. 2260, the Expiring Provisions Improvement, Reform, and Efficiency Act of 2014, or the EXPIRE Act, was introduced on April 28, and the text is...

To Extend or Not to Extend: Hatch Reiterates Need for Individual Scrutiny of Tax Breaks

The end of 2013 saw the expiration of more than 50 temporary tax cuts, including the research and development credit, various renewable energy credits, provisions allowing accelerated depreciation of certain business assets, and certain international tax provisions.  In past years Congress has allowed these provisions to lapse, only to retroactively renew them for limited periods...

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