What would a government shutdown mean for tax policy? (6:36)

Sindhu Blume, Scott McCandless
Monday, November 13, 2023

The November 17th deadline for government funding is midnight Friday. House Speaker Mike Johnson has announced a two-step plan to avoid a government shutdown. Scott McCandless shares his insights on what a shutdown could mean for government operations and a year-end tax package.

Sindhu Blume, Host, Policy on Demand
Scott McCandless, Host, Policy on Demand

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Happening this week:
- The House and Senate are in session this week before a scheduled one-week Thanksgiving recess.
- Congress will need to take action to avoid a government shutdown before the current temporary funding measure expires on November 17.
- November 13: The IRS will hold a rescheduled public hearing on proposed digital asset transaction regulations.
- November 14: The Senate Finance Healthcare Subcommittee will hold a hearing on access to telehealth.
- November 15: The United States and China are scheduled to meet at the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) meeting in San Francisco
- November 15: The House Ways and Means Committee will hold a hearing on antisemitism on college campuses and the potential role of US charities in providing material support for terrorism abroad.
- November 15: The Joint Economic Committee will hold a hearing on the deficit impact of an aging workforce.


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