2021 Articles

Nov 19 - House passes “Build Back Better Act” with tax measures

Nov 15 - President signs bipartisan infrastructure bill, tax provisions are enacted

Nov 11 - KPMG report: “Build Back Better Act” tax proposals in pending House bill

Nov 5 - House passes bipartisan infrastructure bill with tax provisions, completing congressional action

Nov 4 - JCT revenue estimate of tax provisions (as modified) in “Build Back Better Act”

Nov 3 - House Democrats propose more modifications to “Build Back Better Act”

Oct 28 - House Rules Committee releases updated version of the “Build Back Better Act” (initial impressions)

Oct 28 - House Rules Committee releases new legislative text for “Build Back Better Act”

Oct 27 - Senate Finance Chairman Wyden unveils “billionaires income tax”

Oct 26 - Senate Finance Chairman Wyden introduces “corporate profits minimum tax”

Oct 19 - KPMG report: Proposed reinstatement of superfund taxes; three excise taxes for petroleum and chemicals industries, but double the rates

Sep 28 - House Budget Committee’s report on “Build Back Better Act” (the reconciliation bill)

Sep 17 - KPMG report: Senate Finance Chairman Wyden discussion draft to reform taxation of passthrough entities

Sep 16 - KPMG report: Tax proposals for budget reconciliation legislation approved by Ways and Means

Sep 15 - Ways and Means approves tax title to Build Back Better Act

Sep 14 - KPMG report: Ways and Means tax proposals relating to infrastructure, energy, housing, retirement, and social safety net

Sep 13 - JCT estimated budgetary effects, technical explanation of revenue-raising Ways and Means proposals

Sep 13 - Ways and Means releases additional proposals for markup, including tax increases

Sep 11 - JCT descriptions, estimated budgetary effects of Ways and Means proposals

Sep 11 - Ways and Means releases additional proposals for markup, including tax credits and incentives

Sep 10 - Senate Finance Chairman Wyden proposes excise tax on stock buybacks

Sep 10 - Senate Finance Chairman Wyden releases discussion draft on reforming taxation of passthrough entities

Sep 7 - Ways and Means announces first part of budget reconciliation markup, includes qualified plan proposals

Aug 24 - U.S. House passes budget resolution; implications for major tax legislation

Aug 16 - KPMG report: Tax provisions for banking industry in Biden Administration’s FY 2022 budget proposals

Aug 11 - U.S. Senate passes budget resolution; implications for major tax legislation

Aug 10 - Senate approves infrastructure bill, including tax provisions

Jul 1 - KPMG report: Healthcare-related tax provisions in Biden Administration’s FY 2022 budget proposals

Jun 28 - KPMG report: Inbound tax provisions in Biden Administration’s FY 2022 budget proposals

Jun 28 - KPMG report: Tax provisions for asset management industry in Biden Administration’s FY 2022 budget proposals

Jun 18 - KPMG report: Energy and natural resources, tax provisions in the Biden Administration’s FY 2022 budget proposals

Jun 18 - KPMG report: Insurance tax provisions in the Biden Administration’s FY 2022 budget proposals

Jun 16 - KPMG report: Tax provisions that may affect individual taxpayers in the Biden Administration’s FY 2022 budget proposals

Jun 14 - KPMG report: Planning in advance for Biden Administration’s proposed increased tax rates

Jun 14 - KPMG report: Treasury releases the American Families Plan tax compliance agenda

Jun 4 - KPMG report: Biden Administration’s tax plan and implications for real estate industry

May 31 - KPMG report: Analysis and observations of tax proposals in Biden Administration’s FY 2022 budget

May 28 - KPMG report: Initial impressions of tax proposals in Biden Administration’s budget for FY 2022

May 28 - Green Book—Treasury’s explanation of tax proposals in FY 2022 budget

May 28 - Biden Administration’s budget proposals for FY 2022

May 20 - KPMG report: Tax reform proposals—BEAT down, SHIELD up

May 20 - Treasury’s report on proposed tax compliance measures; addressing the “tax gap”

May 3 - KPMG report: Outlook for what’s ahead for energy tax incentives (updated)

Apr 28 - President Biden announces American Families Plan, individual tax proposals

Apr 28 - Treasury proposals for tax administration reforms

Apr 14 - Comparing Biden and Wyden international tax proposals (KPMG chart)

Apr 14 - Updated charts reflecting provisions in President Biden’s business tax proposals

Apr 7 - U.S. Treasury releases report “Made in America Tax Plan”

Apr 5 - Senate Finance Committee chairman, Democratic members: Framework on overhauling U.S. international taxation

Mar 31 - President Biden announces plans with major business tax proposals

Feb 26 - KPMG report: Outlook for what’s ahead for energy tax incentives

Feb 2 - KPMG report: Biden Administration and the 117th Congress; possible tax legislation

Jan 14 - President-elect Biden announces “American Rescue Plan”—includes tax components

Jan 6 - KPMG report: Tax policy implications of possible Democratic Senate

KPMG reports

 
 
 
May 31, 2021 -  KPMG report: Analysis and observations of tax proposals in Biden Administration’s FY 2022 budget [PDF 1.4 MB] (116 pages) (in addition, the items below provide "mini-booklets" with descriptions of tax provisions in the administration's FY 2022 budget concerning certain taxpayers, industries or sectors)


February 4, 2021 -
KPMG report: Biden Administration and the 117th Congress; possible tax legislation [PDF 2.4 MB] (29 pages)

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