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General Tax Policy

Still Working On A Stopgap Funding Bill

Stop gap funding bill vote today?...

Could Tax Incentives Help Recruit and Retain Teachers?

The “Great Resignation” appears to have reached our public education workforce, if not the entire country’s. The situation has grown so dire that schools are closing or educating children remotely ...

Another Shutdown Countdown

Looking to keep the federal government running into January....

All Eyes On The Senate

The Senate returns this week with a long to-do list....

It’s Going To Be A Long December

The Senate is likely to take at least a month to “Build Back Better.”...

A Better Way To Tax Corporations Than The House’s Book Minimum Levy

After rejecting corporate income tax rate increases to help pay for President Biden’s Build Back Better plan, House Democrats passed a 15 percent alternative minimum......

House About To Pass Build Back Better

And now to the Senate, really....

Book Minimum Tax May Discourage Investment More Than a Rate Hike

The House budget reconciliation deal rejected a corporate income tax rate increase in favor of a 15 percent minimum tax on book income . Though......

Is Friday BBB Vote Day?

Democratic leaders say tomorrow is the likely day for a BBB vote....

How An $80,000 SALT Cap Stacks Up Against A Full Deduction For Those Making $400,000 Or Less

Congress seems to be considering two ways to address the Tax Cut and Job Act’s $10,000 cap on the state and local tax (SALT) deduction......

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