The key question for US tax policymakers is whether 2015 will be marked by compromise or gridlock.
The key question for US tax policymakers is whether 2015 will be marked by compromise or gridlock. President Obama and Republican Congressional leaders have identified tax reform as a priority issue on which agreement could be possible. At the same time, differences between the two political parties over many issues will pose challenges for the enactment of significant legislation.
In this publication, PwC's Washington National Tax Services (WNTS) offers a preview of the key tax policy issues facing the Obama Administration and Congress, including the outlook for tax reform, global tax scrutiny, changes at the IRS, healthcare, international trade, state tax legislation, and other tax policy matters of importance to today's business leaders.