Will the New Congress Change the Tax Code?

Nov 04, 2014

“That moves the game from whether Congress could produce a unified proposal to whether Congress and the president are interested in striking a bargain. I suspect the president is, and the Senate is. I’m less certain whether the Senate can deliver the House.”

- Linda Z. Swartz, Chair of the Tax group at Cadwalader, commenting in the Wall Street Journal on the potential impact on prospects for tax reform of a Republican Senate majority following midterm elections.

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