tax reform

New York News
4:12 pm
Tue November 19, 2013

Progressive Groups Weigh In On Tax Reform

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Taxes and tax reform are likely to be a major topic in the next legislative session, which begins in seven weeks. New York Governor Andrew Cuomo is relying on two separate commissions for ideas about tax changes, while progressive groups and Republicans in the State Senate are also weighing in.

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Congressional Corner
10:50 am
Tue August 27, 2013

Congressional Corner with Bill Owens

  In today’s Congressional Corner, New York Representative Bill Owens tells WAMC’s Alan Chartock that he is not optimistic about comprehensive tax reform.

Congressional Corner
10:50 am
Mon July 29, 2013

Congressional Corner with Sean Patrick Maloney

    In today’s Congressional Corner, New York Representative Sean Patrick Maloney and WAMC’s Alan Chartock discuss the debate over tax reform.

Congressional Corner
10:50 am
Fri July 12, 2013

Congressional Corner with Richard Neal

  In today’s Congressional Corner, Massachusetts Democratic Representative Richard Neal continues his discussion of tax reform with WAMC’s Alan Chartock.

Congressional Corner
10:50 am
Thu July 11, 2013

Congressional Corner with Richard Neal

  Members of Congress are once again tackling tax reform.

In today’s Congressional Corner, Massachusetts Democratic Representative Richard Neal tells WAMC’s Alan Chartock that corporate tax loopholes have eroded some of the public’s goodwill.

Congressional Corner
10:50 am
Thu May 9, 2013

Congressional Corner with Paul Tonko

  Tax reform means different things to different people.

In today’s Congressional Corner, New York representative Paul Tonko, a Democrat who represents the 20th district, tells WAMC’s Alan Chartock that certain corporate loopholes should be closed.

WAMC News
12:30 pm
Wed January 2, 2013

John Lavelle - Lavelle & Finn, LLP

WAMC's Brian Shields speaks with tax attorney and certified public accountant John Lavelle of Lavelle & Finn, LLP.

The dreaded drop off the fiscal cliff has been avoided, so what does it mean for our taxes.  Before the agreement, there were dire predictions that many middle-class Americans could see their yearly tax bills go up by some three thousand dollars, if Congress and the White House did not agree on a tax and spending plan by the time the ball dropped in Times Square.

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