Forbes

The House and Senate tax-writing committees have recently been working on bipartisan tax legislation, focusing on a number of provisions ranging from taxpayer rights and tax administration to tax laws related to retirement and education. According to alliantgroup National Managing Director and former Senior Counsel to the U.S. Senate Finance Committee Dean Zerbe, there is a good chance that Congress acts on the legislation by the end of the year.

In his latest piece from Forbes “What Congress Might Do On Taxpayer Rights and Tax Administration In The Next 120 Days,” Zerbe focuses on the legislation’s potential positive impact on taxpayer rights and how it could improve the efficiency and fairness of some of the nation’s more contentious tax administration practices.

Click here to read the full piece and to learn more about these potential tax policy changes.