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In this week's edition of Snapshot read about the Year-End Tax Package, the December 7 deadline to fund the government, and more.
In this week's edition of Snapshot read about the outcomes of the 2018 midterm elections.
In This Week's Edition of Snapshot: Impact of Tax Reform on Charities Still Unclear; Additional Tax Cuts Not Likely This Year; Issues on the Minds of Candidates and Voters; Voter Education Made Easy; Election Resources.
In This Week's Edition of Snapshot: Talk of New Tax Cuts Comes as a Surprise to Many; Opportunity Zones Regulations Released by Treasury; President Appoints New White House Counsel After McGahn Resigns; State Ballots: More than Electing Leaders and Legislators.
In This Week's Edition of Snapshot: Potential Tax Policy Action During Lame-Duck Session?; Tester, Wyden Still Fighting to Overturn Schedule B Decision; High-Profile Debates in Texas and Ohio, and Election Registration Controversy in Georgia; 2018 Ballot Measures on the Nonprofit Radar.
In This Week's Edition of Snapshot: “Impending Shake-Up on Ways and Means Committee; Senate Turns to Other Business Now that Kavanaugh is Confirmed; TIGTA Releases Audit of Impermissible Political Activity by 501(c)(4) Organizations; Groups Seek to Preserve State Tax Credits as Charitable Deductions; States Adjust Income Taxes in Light of Federal Tax Law Changes.
In This Week's Edition of Snapshot: “Tax Cuts 2.0” Passes House, Expected to Stall in Senate; Government Shutdown Averted, December Vote Looms; Tax Writers Remain Hopeful That IRS Reform Will Happen Before Year’s End; Rettig Officially Sworn In to Become IRS Commissioner; Sen. Scott Sends Letter to Treasury About Opportunity Zones; Single Portal Filing Debuts as “Soft Launch” in Two States; Nonprofit and Foundation Tax Exemptions Remain in Flux.