LIVE WEBCAST | November 21, 2022
The prospect of a divided government beginning in January with the 118th Congress helps clarify how federal and state tax policy might take shape for the remainder of 2022 and through the next two years. Surprisingly tight margins will likely usher in a period of political gridlock and less-than-ambitious tax legislative accomplishments. Important decisions will need to be made by lawmakers, both in the coming weeks and over the next several years. Join our tax policy team as we break down the dynamics and consider the legislative landscape awaiting businesses in the new year.
Our discussion will focus on:
- Likelihood of a year-end tax bill that could include TCJA-related cliffs such as the treatment of R&E costs under section 174, the interest deduction limitation under section 163(j) and 100% business expensing
- Possible strategic priorities of a newly formulated Congress in 2023, and potential pressure points ahead
- Implications of the midterms on the IRS’ new funding and emerging focus on audit and enforcement
- How the new state legislative and gubernatorial landscape will affect state tax policy and legislation
Dave Kautter | Partner | RSM US
Dave Kautter, RSM’s federal specialty tax leader, oversees?the firm’s?federal?specialty tax services?in collaboration with regional and national practice leaders?and?fellow members of?the firm’s tax leadership team.
Fred Gordon | Senior Director | RSM US
Fred Gordon is senior tax policy leader in the national tax practice of RSM US LLP.
Gretchen Valentine | Partner | RSM US
Gretchen Valentine is a partner at RSM US LLP with over 30 years of experience addressing the business and tax needs of public and private businesses and their owners.
Mo Bell-Jacobs | Senior Manager | RSM US
Mo Bell-Jacobs is a senior manager specializing in state and local taxes in RSM US LLP’s Washington National Tax practice.
Patti Burquest | Principal | RSM US
Patti Burquest is a principal in the tax controversy group at RSM US LLP. She joined RSM in 2011 and was the leader of RSM’s Washington National Tax team from 2017-2022.
After attending this webcast, participants will be able to:
- Explain the midterm election results
- State how the top federal and state tax legislation efforts will be affected
- Describe the impact on middle market businesses
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Advance preparation: None | Program level: Basic | Prerequisites: None | Delivery method: Group internet-based
Field of study: Taxes | CPE: 1.0 credits per webcast
Date and time
Mon, Nov 21, 2022
1 p.m. EDT | Noon CDT
Chief financial officers, finance and tax professionals
One CPE credit will be issued to eligible participants
This article was written by RSM US LLP and originally appeared on 2022-11-21.
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