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House Approves Tax Extenders Bill

Filed in Advocacy by on December 4, 2014 1 Comment
House Approves Tax Extenders Bill

By a wide bipartisan margin, the House last night approved H.R. 5771, the Tax Increase Prevention Act, which will renew scores of temporary tax provisions known as “tax extenders” that expired this year, including several of interest to the housing community. The one-year retroactive renewal is through 2014 and dates back to Jan. 1.

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Senate Pulls Tax Extenders Bill

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After beginning deliberations last week on “tax extenders,” temporary tax provisions that are regulatory extended by Congress, further actions by the Senate on the bill has been put off for the foreseeable future.

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Tax Extenders Package Hits Roadblock

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Tax Extenders Package Hits Roadblock

The Senate last week turned its attention to “tax extenders,” temporary tax provisions that are regulatory extended by Congress.

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Senate Movement on Tax Extenders: The Beginning of a Lengthy Process

Filed in Advocacy, Housing Finance by on April 3, 2014 0 Comments

Senate Finance Committee Chairman Ron Wyden (D-Ore.) has prepared a package that renews and extends a number of temporary tax provisions that expired last year that is traditionally known as tax extenders. However, Wyden has yet to reach an agreement with the committee’s top Republican, Utah Sen. Orrin Hatch, who is seeking to cut back […]

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Senate Work on Tax Extenders: The Beginning of a Lengthy Process

Filed in Advocacy, Housing Finance by on April 3, 2014 0 Comments

Senate Finance Committee Chairman Ron Wyden (D-Ore.) has prepared a package that renews and extends a number of temporary tax provisions that expired last year and are traditionally known as tax extenders. However, Wyden has yet to reach an agreement with the committee’s top Republican, Utah Sen. Orrin Hatch, who wants to cut back the […]

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