In this week's Washington Snapshot: August Recess; Council August Tool Kit; Dynamic Scoring Hearing; Eric Cantor Resigns; New Bills; Social Impact Bonds Senate Bill; Regulatory Updates; And more!
In this week's Washington Snapshot: Just Announced: August Recess Toolkit; Recap: House Passes America Gives More Act of 2014; Next Steps on Tax Extenders; Chairman Wyden Restates Commitment to Tax Reform; NEW in Snapshot: Trending in Council Legal A
Today, the House Ways and Means Committee met to markup several important bills focused on the charitable sector. One bill would make the charitable “tax extenders”—including the IRA charitable rollover—permanent law.
In this issue:Latest on Tax Extenders Movement, Wyden Elected Joint Committee on Taxation Chair, Other Interest Groups Speak Up on Tax Reform, Regulatory News,Philanthropy News and Op-eds
In this week's Washington Snapshot, you'll find: Springtime in DC, at long last; Ways and Means Hearing on Tax Extenders; Lois Lerner in More Hot Water; 501(c)(4) Regulations on Slow Track; Grassley Prods IRS on Nonprofit Hospitals; Volunteerism
In this issue: Council Releases Summary of Camp Bill, Federal Tax Policy News, Treasury Solicits Input on 2014-15 Priority Guidance Plan, IRS TE/GE Reorganization, Other Happenings on the Hill, State Issues
In this issue: Philanthropy Leaders Converge on D.C. for Philanthropy Week; President Obama Releases FY 2015 Budget; Chairman Camp's Tax Reform Bill; Lois Lerner Pleads the Fifth, Havoc Erupts; Social Impact Bonds Issue Briefs.
In this issue: Chairman Camp Releases Tax Reform Proposal, Philanthropy Week Update, Council Submits Comments on Proposed 501(c)(4) Regulations, President highlights foundations' investments in My Brother's Keeper initiative announcement, and St
This afternoon Congressman Dave Camp (R-MI-4), Chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee, released a comprehensive plan to reform the individual and corporate tax codes.
In this issue: Updates on Philanthropy Week in Washington; Camp tax reform plan expected soon; Wyden officially named new Senate Finance Chair; Backlash on 501(c)(4) political activity rules; and Congress Suspends Debt Ceiling.