Amazon’s decision to file everywhere has many of its third party sellers wondering how this will impact them. The short answer? It doesn’t—at least not yet. But it could.
The EO directs the Treasury Secretary to send an interim report to the President by June 20th (with a final report due September 18th) of all regulations that: (1) impose an undue financial burden on US taxpayers; (2) add undue complexity to the Federal tax laws; or (3) exceed the statutory authority of the IRS.
On April 26, 2017, the Administration released its long-awaited “tax reform” plan. While the President touted it as “the biggest … tax cut in American history” the 2-page document released by the Administration seemed to be little more than a re-packaging of previously-published campaign promises.
Two versions of the highly anticipated proposed regulations to Delaware’s Abandoned or Unclaimed Property Law were released: one by the Delaware Department of Finance (“DOF”) on April 1, 2017, and another by the Delaware Department of State (“DOS”) on April 7, 2017.
The Speaker and other members of the Republican caucus have indicated that Republicans will continue to work on health care legislation, while they move on to other agenda items, but it seems unlikely that the budget reconciliation process would be used again, which means that they will need to advance bipartisan legislation.