With tax bill in limbo, Congress looks forward to 2025 (7:16)

Rohit Kumar
Monday, April 15, 2024

It is too soon to give up on Senate passage of the bipartisan tax bill, but the Ways and Means Committee has kicked off the debate for the 2025 consideration of expiring TCJA individual and corporate tax provisions.

Rohit Kumar, PwC’s National Tax Services Practice Co-Leader
Sindhu Blume, Host, Policy on Demand

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April 16: The Senate Finance Committee holds a hearing on President Biden's FY 2025 IRS budget and the 2024 filing season with IRS Commissioner Daniel Werfel.
April 16: US Trade Representative (USTR) Katherine Tai to discuss the President’s 2024 trade policy agenda at a House Ways and Means Committee hearing.
April 16: The House Ways and Means Social Security Subcommittee will hold a hearing on the windfall elimination provision and government pension offset.
April 17: USTR Katherine Tai will discuss the President’s 2024 trade policy agenda at a Senate Finance Committee hearing.

April 16: Alabama: Nonpresidential primary runoff
April 18: Wyoming Republican convention
April 21: Puerto Rico Republican presidential primary election


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