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Tax Reform 2.0 Outline Released with Three Main Themes

House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Kevin Brady recently released an outline of the planned tax reform 2.0 legislation. The tax package will focus on making the individual and small business tax cuts permanent; promoting family savings through retirement and section 529 education savings programs; and encouraging the creation and development of new businesses. The legislation will...

Phase Two of Tax Reform Will Retain Pretax Benefits of 401(k) Plans

A spokesperson from the House Ways and Means Committee recently stated that the new tax proposals will not revise the pretax treatment of 401(k) savings plans. House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Brady previously stated, in an interview, that the phase 2 tax proposal might address retirement and include a savings element. Read More: Ways & Means Quashes Rothification Concerns...

Legal Alert: Compensation and Benefits Provisions in the Final Tax Cuts Bill

View the Eversheds Sutherland Legal Alert focusing on key provisions affecting compensation and benefits in the Final Tax Reform Bill here.

Legal Alert: Tax Cut and Run: Employee Benefits Change Under the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act

View the Eversheds Sutherland Legal Alert discussing the employee benefits provisions of H.R. 1 here.

House Republicans Disclose Budget Plan

The House GOP has unveiled its budget plan, calling for extensive cuts in federal spending, including federal employee benefits, financial industry regulations and welfare expenditures, that total over $200B.  Along with anticipated accelerated economic growth, these cuts are intended to produce a balanced budget over the next decade.  While divisions among the House Republicans make...