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Tax policy and the 116th Congress (January 2019): Read KPMG report: Tax policy and the 116th Congress – observations and preliminary analysis
New U.S. tax law (2017): Read KPMG's analysis and observations, as well as industry or sector-specific reports about provisions in the new tax law
May 16 - New CBO director announced
There were no articles in May.
Dec 22 - President signs tax bill into law
Sep 5 - Congress returns to busy agenda
Jun 16 - Finance Chairman Hatch requests ideas, feedback on tax reform
Jun 15 - Ways and Means reports out nuclear production tax credit bill
Jun 15 - House passes healthcare-related bills
Jun 15 - Senate Finance members introduce charitable giving bill
Jun 14 - Ways and Means, markup of nuclear production tax credit bill
May 25 - Camp tax reform proposal—revisited
Jan 24 - JCT revenue estimating process
Sep 19 - Finance to mark up two pension bills
May 17 - Anti-inversion bill is introduced
May 16 - House passes identity theft tax bill
Apr 28 - Ways and Means approves tax bills
Apr 21 - House passes IRS oversight bills
Nov 24 - Congressional hearings on BEPS
Sep 11 - Redefining tax reform
Jul 31 - President signs highway bill
Jul 30 - Senate passes highway bill
Jul 29 - Draft proposal for innovation box
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