TaxNewsFlash-Legislative Updates — KPMG's reports of legislative updates in the United States
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Read KPMG's reports of tax developments in response to the coronavirus (COVID-19)—including legislative updates
Jul 26 - “Carbon fee” legislation introduced
May 16 - New CBO director announced
Sep 13 - Ways and Means approves “tax reform 2.0” bills
Sep 11 - Ways and Means schedules markup of “tax reform 2.0” bills
Sep 10 - Ways and Means announces introduction of “tax reform 2.0” bills
Sep 4 - U.S. Congress back in session before elections
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Tax measures enacted (December 2019): KPMG report: Tax provisions enacted in December 2019 appropriations legislation
U.S. tax law (2017): Read KPMG's analysis and observations, as well as industry or sector-specific reports about provisions in the 2017 tax law
KPMG’s reports including analysis and observations on responses to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic in the United States
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