Congress is returning from a two-week recess. Chairman Dave Camp joins us to discuss priority issues as Congress returns, including a Republican debt limit proposal and hearings on IRS spending and implementation of green energy incentives.
IN THIS EPISODE
Chairman Dave Camp, PwC’s Senior Policy Advisor
Noha Nayeri, Host, Policy on Demand
Scott McCandless, Host, Policy on Demand
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Happening this week:
- Congress returns this week from its spring recess, with the House beginning a five-week legislative work period and the Senate a four-week session.
- Committee hearings on fiscal year 2024 appropriations will continue and Congress will need to address the federal debt limit in coming weeks.
- The Senate Finance Committee will hold an April 19 hearing with new IRS Commissioner Daniel Werfel on the President’s FY24 IRS budget proposal and the IRS’s 2023 filing season.
- The Senate Budget Committee will hold an April 18 hearing on the cost of tax avoidance.
- The House Ways and Means Committee will hold an April 19 hearing on certain “green” corporate tax incentives and the Trade Subcommittee will hold an April 18 hearing on Chinese trade and investment.