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

Summary and analysis of legislative tax proposals released, marked up, and approved by Ways and Means

Summary and analysis of legislative tax proposals released, marked up, and approved by W&M

The House Ways and Means Committee recently released, marked up, and approved legislative tax proposals as part of its consideration of recommendations for budget reconciliation legislation.

These proposals are part of a larger legislative effort by the Ways and Means Committee to contribute to the Build Back Better Act moving through the House. The Ways and Means Committee recommendations will be packaged together with recommendations from other committees for subsequent consideration by the House, with changes possible before House action.
 

Read a September 2021 report [PDF 2.3 MB] (203 pages) that provides a summary and analysis of many of the legislative tax proposals: “Build Back Better Act” tax proposals, as approved by Ways and Means

 

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