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Tax Reform 2.0: New incentives, individual tax cut extension

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Tax Hot Topics newsletterHouse Ways and Means Chair Kevin Brady R-Texas, unveiled an outline for a “Tax Reform 2.0” bill that goes beyond simply extending the individual tax cuts and proposes new incentives meant to hold more bipartisan appeal.

The legislation is designed as a follow-up to the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act enacted in December, and as expected, the core of the bill would make all the individual tax cuts permanent. That particular effort stands almost no chance of enactment this year and is more about political messaging in advance of the elections. But several other provisions proposed in the outline offer a preview of what Republicans may push in bipartisan tax talks and future reconciliation bills.

For more information, read our Tax Legislative Update.

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Dustin Stamper
Director, Washington National Tax Office
T +1 202 861 4144

Shamik Trivedi
Senior Manager, Washington National Tax Office
T +1 202 521 1511

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