The list of this year's tax legislative priorities is long. The list of accomplishments is not. Congress is set to leave for its August recess at the end of the month, leaving lawmakers with just a handful short weeks to address its unfinished tax legislation. Our webcast will cover what's been done so far, and what's likely to be completed before the end of the year. Congress enacted an IRS reform bill and there is hope for imminent bipartisan action on retirement incentives and tax treaties. But negotiations will be fierce over tax reform fixes and the extension of expired and expiring tax provisions. Tune into find out which tax reform glitches Democrats may agree to fix, and what they'll ask for in return. We'll also discuss the fate of expired provisions and provisions expiring at the end of 2019, like the moratorium on the medical device excise tax and the 'Cadillac' tax in high cost health plans. Cost remains and issue, so revenue raisers are possible. The end of the year will also mark an uptick in campaign activity. We'll discuss the campaign platforms of major candidates, and the long-term outlook for tax reform.
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- Analyze tax legislation enacted this year
- Describe the outlook for TCJA fixes, tax cut extensions, and other tax legislation
- Cite the long-term outlook for tax reform
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- Dustin Stamper – Tax Legislative Affairs Practice Leader, Washington National Tax Office
- Omair Taher – Senior Associate, Washington National Tax Office
Recommended Field of Study: Taxes
Program Level: Overview
Delivery Method: Group-Internet
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