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(More) Lessons Learned: What the TCJA Tells Us about Recover

KPMG Catching Up on Capitol Hill Podcast Episode 08-2021 | How could the enactment of the Republican-written TCJA influence how the coming Democratic-written Recover package is developed?

John P. Gimigliano

John P. Gimigliano

Principal, Washington National Tax, KPMG US

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Jennifer Gray

Jennifer Gray

Director, Federal Legislative & Regulatory Services, KPMG US

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Carol Kulish

Carol Kulish

Director, Washington National Tax, Federal Legislative & Regulatory Services, KPMG US

Podcast overview

Last week, the Catching Up on Capitol Hill team discussed what the recently enacted Rescue legislation might tell us about the forthcoming Recover package. This week, the team looks back further, to the TCJA, for precedents or trends that might shape tax legislation this year.

Listen as John Gimigliano, Carol Kulish, and Jennifer Gray discuss procedural, policy, and political influences from the 2017 tax law on 2021 legislation. 

 

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