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Brady Expects Technical Corrections Bill Next Year
As congressional Republicans continue to fast-track a massive overhaul of the tax code before the end of the year, House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Kevin Brady acknowledged that Congress will likely have to take up legislation next year to fix any glitches and unintended consequences in the bill.
Senate and House G.O.P. Reach a Deal on Tax Bill
New York Times: The day after suffering a political blow in the Alabama special Senate election, congressional Republicans sped forward with the most sweeping tax rewrite in decades, announcing an agreement on a final bill that would cut taxes for businesses and individuals and signal the party’s first major legislative achievement since assuming political control this year.
Breaking News: House and Senate Republicans have a tax deal, putting a bill on track for final votes next week. It has cuts for businesses and high earners.
BREAKING NEWS House and Senate Republicans have a tax deal, putting a bill on track for final votes next week. It has cuts for businesses and high earners. Wednesday, December 13, 2017 12:12 PM EST House and Senate Republicans have reached an agreement, in principle, on a consensus tax bill on Wednesday, keeping the party on track for final votes next week with the aim of delivering a bill to President Trump’s desk by Christmas, according to people briefed on the deal.
CT CPAs Warn of Dire Impact of New Federal Tax Plan
Connecticut's accountants are frustrated that they can give clients only limited advice about a massive federal tax overhaul underway in Congress, and some predict there will be more losers than winners among individual taxpayers in the state.
Senate Passes Tax Reform Bill
The U.S. Senate passed its version of tax reform, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, H.R. 1, early Saturday morning by a vote of 51–49, with all Democrats, both independents, and one Republican voting no. The vote followed two long days of debate and amendments. The bill, as approved, differs significantly from the version that was introduced by the Senate Finance Committee.
Senate Passes Tax Reform Bill, But It Isn’t Over Yet
On Saturday, December 2, in the early morning hours, the Senate voted to pass the “Tax Cuts and Jobs Act,” after vigorous debate and a number of amendments. The bill, which needed only 50 votes to pass (with Vice President Pence as a tiebreaker) under reconciliation rules, passed in a 51-49 vote, eliminating the need for Vice President Pence to break a tie. Previously expected to pass November 30, efforts to push the bill through stalled. The reason was a trigger mechanism that...
U.S. Senate Passes Tax Reform Bill
The U.S. Senate passed its version of tax reform, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, H.R. 1, early Saturday morning by a vote of 51–49, with all Democrats, both independents, and one Republican voting no.
U.S. House of Representatives Passes Tax Cuts and Jobs Act Bill by Vote of 227–205
The U.S. House of Representatives passed the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act bill, H.R. 1, by a vote of 227–205, on Thursday afternoon, with all Democrats and 13 Republicans voting no.
3 Ways The House And Senate Tax Bills Differ
As the Republican-controlled House continues to make hurried, last minute edits to its tax reform bills before bringing it to a vote, politicos around the nation and the broader world are wondering how said bill will shape up once it’s been through the brutal legislative process. On the top of most bill-watcher’s minds are the variations in the House and Senate’s differing reform bills, which have many onlookers scratching their heads trying to sort out the differences between the two.
Details of tax reform legislation revealed
The House Ways and Means Committee released draft tax reform legislation on November 2. The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, H.R. 1, incorporates many of the provisions listed in the Republicans’ September tax reform framework while providing new details.
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