Last week, Ways and Means Committee Chairman Jason Smith sent a letter to the OECD Secretary-General criticizing the global tax deal. Will Morris joins us to discuss the significance of this letter and how companies should voice concerns about the implications of the OECD proposals to policymakers.
IN THIS EPISODE
Will Morris, PwC’s Deputy Global Tax Policy Leader
Scott McCandless, Host, Policy on Demand
Noha Nayeri, Host, Policy on Demand
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Happening this week
- The House has departed for a two-week Presidents Day recess and the Senate will take a one-week recess the week of February 20.
- The January 2023 Consumer Price Index report is scheduled to be released on February 14.
- The Senate Finance Committee will hold a February 15 hearing to consider the nomination of Daniel Werfel to serve a five-year term as IRS commissioner.
- The Congressional Budget Office on February 15 will release updated budget and economic projections as part of The Budget and Economic Outlook: 2023 to 2033.
- The IRS has scheduled a February 15 public hearing on proposed foreign tax credit regulations.
- The OECD has scheduled February 15 and 16 webcasts on tax policy and compliance.
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