Tax Reform Bill Clears House Ways and Means Committee; Senate Finance Committee Releases its Version

11/10/2017

Yesterday, the House Ways and Means Committee passed its tax reform bill which will next head to the full House of Representatives for consideration.  In addition, last night the Senate Finance Committee released a description of the Chairman’s mark of the Tax Cuts and Jobs bill which will be marked up on November 13.

ECFC members can follow updates here: http://www.ecfc.org/files/legislative-news/Tax_reform_spreadsheet_2.pdf

Related Documents:

Chairman’s Mark http://www.ecfc.org/files/legislative-news/JCX-51-17-SFC-Markup-11-9.pdf
JCT Score http://www.ecfc.org/files/legislative-news/JCX5217.pdf
Real World Taxpayer Examples http://www.ecfc.org/files/legislative-news/11.9_.17-Real-World-Examples_.pdf
Summary of Policy Highlights http://www.ecfc.org/files/legislative-news/11.9_.17-Policy-Highlights_.pdf
Press Release from the Chairman https://www.finance.senate.gov/chairmans-news/hatch-unveils-pro-growth-pro-jobs-pro-family-tax-overhaul-plan-
Op-Ed from the Chairman https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/the-senate-tax-bill-is-exactly-what-the-middle-class-needs/2017/11/09/1eddff30-c589-11e7-84bc-5e285c7f4512_story.html?utm_term=.ba356211fdaf

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