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Conference Committee Working to Resolve House and Senate Differences

Conference Committee negotiators in the House and Senate over the weekend did not reach a compromise on the different versions of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. The main issues include the timing of the 20% corporate rate cut and whether to allow deductions for state and local taxes. Currently, Congressional Republicans hope to finalize the bill by December 20th, and Kevin Brady, Chair of...

All in a Late Night’s Work: Senate Passes Tax Bill

At approximately 2:00 a.m. on Saturday morning, the Senate passed its tax reform bill with a vote of 51-49. Changes to the bill, including some handwritten into the document, were made leading up to the final vote. The only Republican to vote against the bill was Senator Bob Corker who has continued concerns regarding the estimated $1+ trillion deficit over the next 10 years. Corker...

Congress to Address Tax Reform in September

Tax reform will take center stage before Congress in September, according to White House Director of Legislative Affairs Marc Short.  While the Trump Administration favors revenue neutrality, its primary goal for reform is tax cuts.  President Trump is meeting with Congressional GOP leaders today to discuss his tax reform agenda. White House wants healthcare vote this summer, tax...

DeSantis Joins Growing Ranks of Republicans Opposed to Border Adjustment Tax

Ron DeSantis (Fla.), is the latest member of the House Republicans to come out against the border adjustment tax.  DeSantis argues that it is a major impediment to tax reform, speculating that its inclusion in reform legislation would not garner the necessary support from Congress or the White House.  DeSantis promotes pairing tax cuts and spending cuts to fund tax reform and argues...