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Congress continues to consider payroll tax holiday, unemployment insurance...

Congress is expected to continue to consider extending the current payroll tax holiday into 2012, including combining it with an extension of unemployment insurance for long term unemployed workers....

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Congress continues to consider payroll tax holiday, unemployment insurance...

Congress is expected to continue to consider legislation to extend the current Social Security payroll tax cut, renew benefits for long-term unemployed workers, and preserve current Medicare...

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Congress approves 2-month extension of payroll tax holiday

On December 23rd Congress approved, and the President signed, a bill (H.R. 3765) to maintain the 4.2 percent Social Security payroll tax paid by employees — which was reduced from 6.2 percent last year...

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Congress to take up full-year extension of payroll tax holiday, extended...

On December 23rd Congress approved, and the President signed, a bill (H.R. 3765) to maintain the 4.2 percent Social Security payroll tax paid by employees — which was reduced from 6.2 percent last year...

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Hearing on payroll tax holiday and unemployment insurance benefit extension

The U.S. Congress Joint Economic Committee will hold a hearing on “Bolstering the Economy: Helping American Families by Reauthorizing the Payroll Tax Cut and UI Benefits.” The hearing on Tuesday,...

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Congress approves full-year extension of payroll tax holiday, extended...

Congress approved legislation (H.R. 3630) to extend for the rest of 2012 the temporary payroll tax rate reduction for workers, current Medicare reimbursement rates for doctors, and some long-term...

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House Republicans Expected to Release 2013 Budget Tomorrow

House Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan (R-WI) is expected to release a Fiscal Year (FY) 2013 Budget Resolution tomorrow, which is a blueprint for spending and tax policy for the year.  This is the...

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House Committee Votes to End Certain Taxes in Health Care Reform Law

The House Ways and Means Committee voted to eliminate a 2.3 percent tax on medical devices, and to end a ban on the use of pretax flexible spending accounts to buy non-prescription medicines. These...

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Help Protect Disability Programs – Call to End Tax Cuts for the Top 2 Percent

Congress will vote this month on whether to renew the tax cuts enacted in 2001 and 2003 under the presidency of George W. Bush.  Please tell Congress to end these tax cuts for the top 2 percent.  As we...

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Lame Duck Congress Begins

Today, the 112th Congress will begin a lame duck session to deal with budget and tax policy and potentially other items that were unfinished when Congress left for the election.   There is pressure on...

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Congress approves 2-month extension of payroll tax holiday

On December 23rd Congress approved, and the President signed, a bill (H.R. 3765) to maintain the 4.2 percent Social Security payroll tax paid by employees — which was reduced from 6.2 percent last year...

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Congress to take up full-year extension of payroll tax holiday, extended...

On December 23rd Congress approved, and the President signed, a bill (H.R. 3765) to maintain the 4.2 percent Social Security payroll tax paid by employees — which was reduced from 6.2 percent last year...

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Hearing on payroll tax holiday and unemployment insurance benefit extension

The U.S. Congress Joint Economic Committee will hold a hearing on “Bolstering the Economy: Helping American Families by Reauthorizing the Payroll Tax Cut and UI Benefits.” The hearing on Tuesday,...

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Congress approves full-year extension of payroll tax holiday, extended...

Congress approved legislation (H.R. 3630) to extend for the rest of 2012 the temporary payroll tax rate reduction for workers, current Medicare reimbursement rates for doctors, and some long-term...

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House Republicans Expected to Release 2013 Budget Tomorrow

House Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan (R-WI) is expected to release a Fiscal Year (FY) 2013 Budget Resolution tomorrow, which is a blueprint for spending and tax policy for the year.  This is the...

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House Committee Votes to End Certain Taxes in Health Care Reform Law

The House Ways and Means Committee voted to eliminate a 2.3 percent tax on medical devices, and to end a ban on the use of pretax flexible spending accounts to buy non-prescription medicines. These...

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Help Protect Disability Programs – Call to End Tax Cuts for the Top 2 Percent

Congress will vote this month on whether to renew the tax cuts enacted in 2001 and 2003 under the presidency of George W. Bush.  Please tell Congress to end these tax cuts for the top 2 percent.  As we...

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Lame Duck Congress Begins

Today, the 112th Congress will begin a lame duck session to deal with budget and tax policy and potentially other items that were unfinished when Congress left for the election.   There is pressure on...

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Tax Exempted Waiver Payments

Recently, The Arc became aware of an IRS Bulletin (2014-4) as well as an accompanying Q&A clarification document which, as of January 3, 2014 under IRS Code §131, allow payments to qualified...

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Tax Exempted Waiver Payments

Last week, The Arc reported on IRS Bulletin (2014-4) and an accompanying Q&A clarification document which, as of January 3, 2014, under IRS Code §131, allow payments to qualified Medicaid waiver...

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