Our Work is NOT Complete – The Estate Tax has NOT been repealed.

I’ll say it again, our Work is NOT Complete – The Estate Tax has NOT been repealed. What we saw and heard in President Trump’s State of the Union, in

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Elizabeth Warren Proposes New Wealth Tax

Emmanuel Saez and Gabriel Zucman, two left-leaning economists at the University of California, Berkeley, have been advising Elizabeth Warren on a proposal to levy a 2 percent wealth tax on Americans

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Update on S. 3638 from Pat Soldano

An update on S. 3638, Senator Kyl’s (R-AZ) estate tax rate reduction bill introduced on our behalf last month

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Frank Luntz: Death Tax Election Night Polling

“It’s just wrong. The death/estate tax is wrong for one simple reason: death shouldn’t be a taxable offense or action. The very idea of making people struggle to file a

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Urgent: Support Bill S-3638

Dear Supporters and Friends, We urge you to reach out to your Senator and ask that they sign onto Bill S-3638. If you do not have the direct number, you

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Analysis of Proposed Tax Regulations for “Pass-Through” Entities

The US Department of the Treasury and the IRS have released Proposed Regulations on Internal Revenue Code Section 199A, the 20% pass-through deduction designed to provide tax relief to pass-through

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2018 Family Businesses Survey Commitments, Challenges, & Concerns

New Survey of Family Businesses Reveals Commitments, Challenges, & Concerns Ahead Family business are key drivers of economic development, but taxes and regulations hinder growth Two-thirds of participating business owners

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H.R. 6228 Would Permanently Increase Estate Tax & Gift Tax Exemption

Before leaving for last week’s Fourth of July Recess, Ways and Means Committee Member Rep. Kenny Marchant (R-TX) introduced H.R. 6228, which would permanently increase the estate and gift tax

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Anthony Timberlands

My personal view, for what is might be worth, is that lowering the corporate tax rate from the current 35% to 20% is too big a cut and unnecessary to

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