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Description of certain revenue provisions contained in the President's fiscal year 2014 budget proposal.
Technical Explanation Of The Senate Committee On Finance's Staff Discussion Draft To Reform Certain Energy Tax Provisions
Technical Explanation Of The Senate Committee On Finance Chairman’s Staff Discussion Draft To Reform Certain Business Provisions
Estimated Revenue Effects Of H.R. 2289, Scheduled For Consideration By The House Of Representatives On June 25, 2013
Estimated Budget Effects Of The Revenue Provisions Contained In The President’s Fiscal Year Budget Proposal
Report To The House Committee On Ways And Means On Present Law And Suggestions For Reform Submitted To The Tax Reform Working Groups
Present Law, Data, And Analysis Relating To Tax Incentives For Residential Real Estate
Present Law And Background Information Related To Federal Taxation And State And Local Government Finance
Present Law And Background Relating To The Tax-Related Provisions In The Affordable Care Act
General Explanation Of Tax Legislation Enacted In The 112th Congress
Estimates Of Federal Tax Expenditures For Fiscal Years 2012-2017
List Of Expiring Federal Tax Provisions 2013-2023
Estimated Revenue Effects Of The Revenue Provisions Contained In An Amendment In The Nature Of A Substitute To H.R. 8, The "American Taxpayer Relief Act Of 2012," As Passed By The Senate On January 1, 2013
EXPLANATION OF H.R. 25: A BILL TO SIMPLIFY THE INTERNAL REVENUE CODE OF 1954 BY REPEALING PROVISIONS WHICH ARE OBSOLETE OR ARE UNIMPORTANT AND RA...
SUMMARY OF COMMENTS ON H.R. 25 : A BILL TO SIMPLIFY THE INTERNAL REVENUE CODE OF 1954 BY REPEALING PROVISIONS WHICH ARE OBSOLETE OR ARE UNIMPORTA...