Laying groundwork to address expiring TCJA provisions, other issues (7:24)

Chairman Dave Camp, Mark Prater
Monday, February 12, 2024

The Congressional tax writing committees are turning their attention to the 2025 scheduled expiration of some TCJA provisions and other tax reform issues. Chairman Dave Camp and Mark Prater provide an inside look at what issues Congressional tax writers may consider in the coming 2025 tax reform discussions.   

Chairman Dave Camp, PwC’s Senior Policy Advisor (remote)
Mark Prater, Managing Director, PwC’s Tax Policy Services Practice (studio) 
Sindhu Blume, Host, Policy on Demand
Scott McCandless, Host, Policy on Demand

Upcoming webcast:
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In case you missed it:
Policy on Demand: Week in Review with Mark Prater (02/09/24)
Global Tax Talk – Tax in 60 Seconds with Will Morris (02/12/24)
PwC’s Pillar Two Country Tracker (Updated 02/12/23)

- February 14: House Budget Committee holds hearing with Congressional Budget Office (CBO) Director Phillip Swagel on CBO’s budget and economic outlook.
- February 15: House Ways and Means Committee holds annual hearing with IRS Commissioner Daniel Werfel.
- February 20: IRS hearing on proposed regulations on the definition of energy property and rules applicable to the energy credit.
- February 22: IRS hearing on proposed regulations regarding implementation of the advanced manufacturing production credit established by the Inflation Reduction Act.

- February 13: Special election will be held for the New York Congressional seat formerly held by George Santos.


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