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Senate Releases Modification to the Chairman’s Mark of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act

The Senate Finance Committee Chairman, Orrin Hatch, has released a modified version of the chairman’s mark for the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.  Read the full text here: Description of the Chairman’s Modification to the Chairman’s Mark of the Tax Cuts and Jobs...

Senate Releases JCT Description of the Committee on Finance’s Markup of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act

The Senate Committee on Finance released the description of the Chairman’s markup on the Tax Cuts and Jobs Acts, prepared by the Joint Committee on Taxation, in anticipation of the Senate’s markup process, starting Monday, November 13. 2017. Read the description here; read the estimated revenue impact...

Joint Committee on Taxation Releases Description of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act

The Joint Committee on Taxation has published the description of the House’s recently released tax legislation, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, which contains an explanation of the various bill provisions. The House Committee on Ways and Means has scheduled a markup on November 6, 2017. 2017 Read the full report.  Read the description of the...

Ways and Means Committee Hears Testimony on Border Adjustment Tax

On Tuesday, May 23rd, the House Ways and Means Committee, led by Chairman Kevin Brady, held its second hearing on tax reform, entitled “Increasing U.S. Competitiveness and Preventing American Jobs from Moving Overseas.”  The hearing concentrated on the practicality and effects of the proposed border adjustment tax on the economy.  Chairman Brady was critical of the ‘Made in America’...

Joint Committee on Taxation Releases Report on Destination-Based Taxes and Border Adjustment.

In anticipation of the House Ways and Means Committee hearing on the border adjustment tax included in the House Republicans’ Blueprint, the Joint Committee on Taxation has released a report on destination-based taxes and border adjustment. The report discusses the rationale behind destination-based taxes and describes various proposals for destination-based taxes leading up to the...

Differing Opinions Over Economic Growth

A study, commissioned by Koch Industries and conducted by Quantria Strategies, concludes that a corporate tax rate cut is more effective than full expensing to achieve economic growth.  A recent report issued by the Joint Committee on Taxation (JCX-19-17), however, offers a contrary view, suggesting that slowing cost recovery methods could reduce investment despite a corporate tax rate...