House Ways and Means Democrats and Republicans sparred Tuesday over the so-called SALT deduction.
A staff member with the Government Finance Officers Association described the potential fallout from bond-related provisions as “immediate and severe.”
A group in New York is calling for a fee on all gig-economy transactions in order to provide workers with benefits like paid sick leave.
But Ways and Means Committee Chairman Kevin Brady declined to speculate on the odds a property tax deduction cap would be raised above $10,000.
Republican lawmakers on Thursday introduced their sweeping proposal to rewrite the U.S. tax code.
In 2001, all 50 states imposed either an estate or inheritance tax. By next year, the number will be down to 17.
After months of secret talks, Republicans are just about ready to provide the critical details of their long-awaited proposal for tax reform.
House Republicans are set to unveil their tax plan this week. Retaining a deduction for state and local property taxes promises to change the math.
U.S. Rep. Kevin Brady's comments have implications for the fate of the state and local tax deduction, or SALT, as the Republican push to rewrite the nation's tax code continues.
A new report from the Tax Foundation takes a look.
“This is a disappointment,” a lead National Governors Association staffer said of the measure, which could have implications for the state and local tax deduction.
Idyllic locales sometimes stigmatize mental illness the most.
Individual state results have differed dramatically depending on economic conditions, population changes and tax policy choices since the recession.
“We’ll see who’s got the numbers… Who’s got the votes,” according to Tom Cochran, CEO and executive director of the U.S. Conference of Mayors.
Opponents and advocates spent millions for and against the controversial tax.
House lawmakers mull road and transit issues as they wait for the Trump administration’s infrastructure plan.
Lawmakers from the Sunflower State say they are worried that Congress and the Trump administration will repeat the mistake they made in enacting budget-busting tax cuts.
With the GOP’s new tax plan the state and local tax deduction many jurisdictions rely on is on the chopping block, prompting concerns about future “double taxation.”
Gresham’s Shane Bemis, a Republican, is among the U.S. Conference of Mayors members visiting the nation's capital ahead of the Republicans releasing their tax reform proposal.
Provision’s federal price tag has grown rapidly in recent years; cost in many states is unclear
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