Signs of bipartisanship amid tax policy negotiations (9:12)

Todd Metcalf
Monday, June 19, 2023

The Republican economic growth package passed by the Ways and Means Committee opens the door for negotiations with Democrats later this year while the US-Taiwan agreement appears to have strong bipartisan support.

Todd Metcalf, Principal, PwC’s Tax Policy Services Practice
Sindhu Blume, Host, Policy on Demand
Scott McCandless, Host, Policy on Demand

In case you missed it:
Drew Lyon on economy, growth, and tax reform
Week in Review with Scott McCandless
Rohit Kumar on what’s next for tax legislation

Happening this week:
- Possible votes this week: the House on the economic growth package and the Senate on the US-Chile income tax treaty recently approved by the Foreign Relations Committee.
- JUNE 21: The Senate Foreign Relations Committee to consider legislation authorizing negotiation of a US-Taiwan tax agreement addressing double taxation relief for cross-border investment.
- JUNE 21 and 22: Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell to discuss semiannual monetary policy report on June 21 before the House Financial Services Committee and on June 22 before the Senate Banking Committee.
- JUNE 22: House Budget Committee hearing on “incentivizing economic excellence through tax and trade.”
- House and Senate scheduled to depart at the end of this week for a two-week Congressional recess.

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