Treasury Not Counting on Tax Law Fixes

Top Treasury officials said this week they are moving quickly to draft regulations for the tax law enacted late last year, and are not counting on Congress to pass a technical corrections bill. Congress ushered in sweeping changes to the tax system just before the end of the year, including numerous changes that impact the… Read more »

Ways and Means Plotting Next Steps on Taxes

House Ways and Means Republicans will hold a half-day retreat next week to discuss next steps on tax policy and prioritize the rest of their agenda for 2018. Ways and Means Republicans are working to combine a number of tax provisions into one tax extenders bill that Congress could take up later this year. To… Read more »

ASAE to Hold Online Tax Program

Last year, Congress passed historic tax reform legislation that will impact associations on almost every front. To address these tax law changes, ASAE will host a special Power of A Facebook Live and Periscope session on January 31 at 2:30pm EST. Join this session to ask your questions about tax reform and to learn how… Read more »

ASAE Announces Online Tax Reform Discussion

Last year, Congress passed historic tax reform legislation that will impact associations on almost every front. To address these tax law changes, ASAE will host a special Power of A Facebook Live and Periscope session on January 31 at 2:30pm EST. Join this session to ask your questions about tax reform and to learn how… Read more »

Republicans Pushing Tax Extenders Bill

Congressional Republicans are working to combine a number of tax provisions into one tax extenders bill that Congress could take up later this year. To date, Republicans on different sides of the Capitol have focused on different priorities, with Senate Finance Republicans seeking to extend several expired tax provisions that won’t be available for 2017… Read more »