Federal Tax Policy Updates: The TaxStringer's Recommended Reading List for CPAs

By:
Keith Lazarus
Published Date:
Mar 8, 2021
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To keep TaxStringer readers apprised of federal tax policy and legislative developments, the editors have compiled the following list of articles from trustworthy sources that will be updated on a regular basis.


July 22, 2021 
Some States Now Offer Certain Business Owners a Workaround for CAP on State and Local Tax Deduction, CNBC LLC 

July 2, 2021 
President Biden Wins Global Support for Massive Tax Overhaul, Cables News Network 

June 30, 2021 
Like-Kind Exchanges to Be Limited Under Biden’s Tax Proposals, Forbes Media LLC 

June 22, 2021
Fear of Capital Gains Tax Hike Drives Surge in Corporate Buyout ActivityThe Trusted Professional 

June 8, 2021
Biden’s Capital-Gains Tax Proposal Puts Estate Planners to WorkDow Jones & Company 

June 1, 2021
Biden’s Proposed 39.6% Top Tax Rate Would Apply at These Income Levels, CNBC LLP 

May 28, 2021
Biden Tax Plan Forecast to Bring in $3.6T in a DecadeArizent 

May 27, 2021
Biden Budget Said to Assume Capital-Gains Tax Rate Increase Started in Late AprilThe Wall Street Journal 

April 29, 2021
President Biden’s Families Plan Fact Sheet Contains Numerous Tax ProvisionsThomson Reuters

April 28, 2021
Biden Would Close Giant Capital Gains Loopholes–At Least For the Rich, Forbes Media LLC

Biden Unveils $1.8 Trillion 'American Families Plan,' Includes Proposal to Regulate Paid Tax Preparers
The Trusted Professional

Under Biden Plan, The IRS Would Know A Lot More About Your Bank AccountsForbes Media, LLC.

April 27, 2021
IRS Ups Tax Credit Amounts for Inflation After Rescue Plan, Arizent

April 22, 2021
Joe Biden is Eyeing a Capital Gains Tax as High as 43.4% for WealthyFinancial Post

March 15, 2021
Biden Eyes First Major Tax Hike Since 1993 in Next Economic PlanBloomberg L.P.

February 16, 2021
Biden Wants to Limit the Capital Gains Tax Preference. History Shows It Will be Hard, Forbes Media LLC

 
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