We’ve been watching developments closely, and today we finally have something concrete although not what we’ve been hoping. While the possibility still remains for a Senate tax extenders bill before the recess, it appears that the House will not move until after the November elections.
Paul Suplizio, President of the WOTC Coalition shared the following correspondence with coalition members last night. It is published here with permission. (more…)
Yesterday, Paul Suplizio, President of the WOTC Coalition, sent me a copy of an important letter being organized by freshman Republican members of Congress. The letter is addressed to Dave Camp, Chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee and to Patrick J. Tiberi, Chairman of Ways and Means Select Revenue Measures Subcommittee. (more…)
The U.S. Senate voted today to pass a Democrat version of the 2012 tax cut bill. The House of Representatives introduced its own Republican version yesterday and will vote on it next week. While neither proposal addresses WOTC or the majority of other tax extenders, no one expects either version to become law. And so the tug of war continues. (more…)
Paul Suplizio of the WOTC Coalition gave an analysis this morning of the current situation in Congress as it relates to renewal of WOTC and other tax extenders. While there is little chance of of immediate passage, there are important political milestones to be laid at this time. (more…)
Sometimes, the best I can do is to simply pass good news directly on to you, readers of The WOTC Planet.
Following is a correspondence from Paul Suplizio, President of The WOTC Coalition. It is published here with his permission. (more…)
According to Paul Suplizio, President of the WOTC Coalition, the US House of Representatives’ recently announced summer legislative schedule sends a clear message about the intentions of the House Republican Leadership – no tax extenders until after the election. (more…)
This morning’s Congressional hearing on the tax extenders is getting minimal mention this afternoon in the general media. The consensus from all quarters, however, seems to be that it was a successful step toward extending many of the expired tax provisions. (more…)
This is a follow up to my earlier post, including a second correspondence this afternoon from the WOTC Coalition.
If you will, here is specifically what we each need to do. (more…)
The following advisement was provided by Paul Suplizio, President of the WOTC Coalition on Monday of this week. It is published here with permission.
Renewed lobbying efforts will begin on April 16th.
This post is full of good information and insider advice to help you with your lobbying efforts. Paul also outlines lobbying priorities for each state. Find out what is going on in your state. (more…)
We received word this evening that House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Dave Camp has agreed to hold hearings in April to explore the tax extenders, including WOTC. The purpose of this hearing is to consider which of the tax extenders should be renewed. (more…)