The Senate rejected a simple repeal of Obamacare on Wednesday, still in the early stages of an unpredictable floor debate on health care amid significant doubts that Republicans can muster the 50 votes needed to pass any kind of bill.
The sweeping changes the Trump administration hopes to make to individual taxes will likely be a long time coming, Bank of America Merrill Lynch’s municipal research strategy team led by Philip Fischer writes in a report.
Senate Republicans have embarked on an unpredictable and potentially chaotic floor debate aimed at repealing Obamacare amid significant doubts that they can muster 50 votes to pass any kind of health bill.
Senate Republican leaders and President Donald Trump appear determined to begin a floor debate Tuesday on repealing Obamacare in a highly unorthodox way—without lawmakers knowing what they’ll be voting on or where it might end up.
The Internal Revenue Service’s Office of Appeals plans to test a web-based videoconferencing option for taxpayers and their representatives to hold virtual face-to-meetings with IRS appeals officers without going to the IRS’s offices.
The Internal Revenue Service has introduced an email feature that enables taxpayers to get notifications in their personal email accounts about their payments using IRS Direct Pay or the Electronic Federal Tax Payment System.
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