Tax Reform

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.

In This Week's Edition of Snapshot: An Update on Tax Reform 2.0; Kyl to Fill Vacant Arizona Senate Seat Left by McCain; Rocky start for Kavanaugh’s Confirmation Hearings; Federal Reserve Board Releases New Publication; Primary Upset in Massachusetts; SALT Workaround Proposed Regulations Cause Surprise, Concern; How Will Foundations and Nonprofits Fare After Wayfair?

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In This Week's Edition of Snapshot: Budget Conversations Continue on Capitol Hill; Council and ICNL Hold Congressional Briefing on FARA; Council Submits Comments to Treasury/IRS on DAF Situations; POTUS Nominates IRS Chief Counsel; White House Chief Economic Advisor Resigns; and, In the States: SALT Workarounds Draw Congressional Attention, Inconsistent Interpretations of Partisan Speech in Texas