KPMG report: Year-in-review list of U.S. federal tax developments for 2021 (as reported in TaxNewsFlash)

KPMG LLP has compiled an easy-to-use list of many 2021 U.S. federal tax developments

KPMG LLP has compiled an easy-to-use list of many 2021 U.S. federal tax developments

KPMG LLP has compiled an easy-to-use list of many recent federal tax developments to help users quickly identify what happened in 2021 in the federal tax arena.

The list is divided into five broad topics: (1) Legislative, (2) Executive Branch / Administrative, (3) Judicial, (4) Treaties / Puerto Rico, and (5) KPMG Reports. Most of these topics are further divided into subtopics. Note that:

  • Each item includes a link to the underlying TaxNewsFlash.
  • In most cases, developments are listed in reverse chronological order (i.e., most recent first); however, court cases generally are listed in alphabetical order.
  • Some items (such as KPMG reports) may be listed in multiple places.
  • The list does not reference editions of TaxNewsFlash on matters other than U.S. federal tax developments. It also generally does not include editions of “specialty” TaxNewsFlash publications that address matters such as FATCA, exempt organizations, trade and customs, cooperatives, digital taxation, and transfer pricing. See the TaxNewsFlash U.S. home page for links to these publications.

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