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North Carolina Tax Reform (2015 Edition)

North Carolina’s General Assembly is continuing the overhaul of the State’s tax system that it began in 2013. That year, the General Assembly slashed corporate and individual tax rates, eliminated many income tax deductions...more

Wyden’s Previous Proposals Could Signal Tax Reform Priorities

Senator Ron Wyden (D-OR) has been a strong advocate for comprehensive tax reform since he joined the Senate Finance Committee in 2005. During his tenure on the Committee, he has introduced a series of comprehensive tax reform...more

Taking Off the Gloves: Tax and Revenue Law Change Proposals We Expect to See in the Short Session

Between legislative sessions the Joint Legislation Commission on Revenue Laws meets to determine how to handle tax and finance issues including repeals, clarifications and new proposals. We expect the following bills to be...more

Pa Tax Legislation Will Make Substantial Changes

The Act of July 9, 2013, No. 52 (H.B. 465) and Senate Bill 591 will make substantial changes to Pennsylvania taxes if finally enacted. The bills were part of the budget process. S.B. 591 has passed the House and Senate and...more

Highlights from the recently proposed Tax Reform Plan

Monday evening, Governor McCrory and Republicans in the House and Senate released a tax reform plan under the Proposed Conference Committee Substitute to House Bill 998. Tuesday in both House and Senate chambers the Proposed...more

Tax Bills Take Center Stage

On Thursday of this week, the Senate Tax Reform Division adopted its recommendations for the Senate Omnibus Tax Bill. Much of the attention on that bill focused on the proposed reduction in the State sales tax from 6.875% to...more

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