Legislative update: JCT list of expiring federal tax provisions, 2021-2031

A report listing federal tax provisions that are scheduled to expire in years 2021 through 2031

A report listing federal tax provisions that are scheduled to expire in years 2021 - 2031

The staff of the Joint Committee on Taxation today released a report listing federal tax provisions that are scheduled to expire in years 2021 through 2031.

The JCT report separately lists the expiring provisions by year.

Read JCX-1-22 (January 13, 2022)

 

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