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Tax Bill 2017

Born in the year of tax reform

by Kai Ryssdal Dec 22, 2017
Two 31-year-olds discuss the changes to a tax code that hasn't seen major reform since they were born.
Traffic streaks past the U.S. Capitol on December 20, 2017 in Washington, DC. 
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How the child tax credit would change under the House and Senate proposals

by Mitchell Hartman Dec 4, 2017
Now that the House and Senate have passed their versions of the tax bill, Republicans are going to start negotiating which items will be included in the final plan. Both the House and Senate would increase the child tax credit…

Congressional tax proposals wouldn't do much to help low-income families with children, study says

by Nancy Marshall-Genzer Nov 30, 2017
Low-income families with young children wouldn’t see a lot of benefit from the House or Senate tax overhauls, according to a new study from the left-leaning Tax Policy Center. It found the tax cut proposals tilt heavily toward middle- and…

Senate makes sunset revisions to tax plan that may not see the light of day

by Amy Scott Nov 15, 2017
Latest version would allow individual cuts to expire after 2025.