President Trump revealed his first full budget Wednesday morning, and most of the attention rightly focuses on the very large spending restraint proposals.
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said Tuesday the Trump administration hopes to pass a plan to overhaul the U.S. tax system by the end of the year.
Republicans are trying to stay focused on tax reform amid the barrage of developments related to President Trump’s firing of FBI Director James Comey and the broader investigation into Russian interference in the presidential election.
No matter who you are or what you do, tax laws affect your life every day. And no matter where elected officials are discussing those laws — in Juneau or in Washington, D.C. — Alaskans have to be on the lookout for both opportunities and pitfalls.
The House Ways and Means Committee held a hearing Thursday to examine how tax reform will grow the economy and create jobs, even as the turmoil surrounding the Trump administration threatened the prospects for the first comprehensive tax overhaul in more than three decades.
U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said on Thursday that he still believes the Trump administration can get tax reform completed this year.
Speaker Paul Ryan on Thursday doubled down on a vow to reform the tax code this year, an optimistic timeline that could face headwinds amid the ongoing Russia investigations.
Several business leaders are slated to testify at the House Ways and Means Committee’s tax-reform hearing on Thursday, the committee announced Wednesday.
House Speaker Paul Ryan will attempt to refocus the political conversation onto tax reform Wednesday when he holds a widely anticipated news conference at the Republican National Committee.
Despite statements by the Trump administration and congressional leadership about their intention to reform the U.S. tax code this year, many in the policy world believe that the road to the finish line won’t be an easy one.