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Guidance and Developments

Further legislation will likely be needed to correct and modify the 2017 federal tax act, and subsequent bills will require 60 votes to pass in the Senate—and thus the support of at least some Democrats. The Treasury Department and the IRS will also play major roles in shaping the impact of the new rules through regulations and other guidance. Our editors, reporters, and network of leading practitioners are tracking, reporting, and providing insights and analysis on developments as they unfold. On July 24, House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Kevin Brady (R-Texas) released a  framework for "Tax Reform 2.0,” a new package of legislation that could receive a House vote as early as September. View the House GOP Listening Session Framework at

IRS Guidance Timeline

Pub. L. No. 115-97: Guidance Timeline

The historic changes in tax law enacted in Pub. L. No. 115-97, require all taxpayers to review their tax plans. This chart tracks the Internal Revenue Service guidance that has been issued in connection with the legislation.


Hill Roundtable - Episode 75 - IRS Funding Bill Coming Up for Senate Vote
July 30, 2018
Hill Roundtable - Episode 74 - Republicans Fine-Tune Timing for Tax Law Changes
July 16, 2018
Hill Roundtable - Episode 73 - Rettig, Tax Cut Package and More
July 2, 2018
Hill Roundtable - Episode 72 - All Eyes on Hearing for IRS Nominee Rettig
June 26, 2018
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