The Internal Revenue Service will publish a notice in Wednesday’s Federal Register announcing a public hearing March 25 at 1 p.m. concerning proposed regulations for guidance on the Base Erosion and Anti-Abuse Tax (BEAT). The proposed regulations will cover payments required and reporting requirements. BEAT was added to the Internal Revenue Code by tax reform legislation at the end of 2017. The IRS must receive outlines of topics addressed by speakers by March 15.
The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) yesterday released proposed regulations on the base erosion and anti-abuse tax (BEAT). The BEAT is an alternative tax applicable to large corporations with significant multinational operations, and in some cases could limit the ability of tax credit investors to utilize their tax credits to reduce their BEAT liability.
Results from Tuesday’s elections–with Democrats taking control of the House of Representatives and Republicans maintaining control of the Senate–and their effect on the affordable housing, community development and renewable energy communities are the subject of a Notes from Novogradac blog post and a
The Treasury Department today released the first tranche of proposed guidance for the opportunity zones (OZ) incentive, addressing gains invested in qualified opportunity funds. Treasury also released a related revenue ruling. Treasury will accept comments for 60 days.
Rep. Kevin Brady, R-Texas, today highlighted the introduction of three bills that he said constitute the Tax Reform 2.0 package from Republicans on the House Ways and Means Committee. None of the bills contain provisions directly impacting affordable housing, community development or historic preservation programs. The legislation will lock in individual and small business tax cuts made in the legislation passed in December 2017, and reform savings- and education-related tax provisions.