Dave Camp

Tax

Camp Says He Won’t Seek Re-election

Sixty-year-old Michigan Republican and chairman of the Ways and Means Committee has served in the House of Representatives since 1991.
Tax

Survey: Tax Reform Strikes Out in 2014

All 129 business tax executives surveyed recently by law firm Miller & Chevalier and the National Foreign Trade Council believe tax reform is unlikely this year. However, 77 percent think the package of tax breaks that expired at the end of 2013 will be extended by Congress.
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Reactions Varied on Tax Reform Plan

As you might expect, there were plenty of opinions from business groups, corporations, and legislators about the tax reform plan unveiled by House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Dave Camp (R-MI) yesterday. Views ranged from overwhelming support to staunch opposition.
Tax

Here It Is … Dave Camp’s Tax Reform Discussion Draft

House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Dave Camp (R-MI) this afternoon released his much-anticipated tax reform plan, the Tax Reform Act of 2014. If you want to read all 979 pages of it, you can download it here.
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Camp Demands Obamacare Subsidy Data from IRS

Republicans are continuing their efforts to dig up dirt on Obamacare. On November 6, Dave Camp, powerful chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee, sent a strongly worded letter to IRS Acting Commissioner Daniel Werfel.
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Dave Camp Scolds IRS for Delaying Tax-Filing Season

According to Dave Camp (R-MI), the powerful chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee, the IRS' decision to postpone the start of the upcoming tax filing season could adversely affect taxpayers banking on early refunds.
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AICPA Opposes Proposed Limitation on Use of Cash Method of Accounting

On August 15, the AICPA expressed its opposition to a proposed limitation on the use of the cash method of accounting for non-natural taxpayers, personal service corporations, and farmers that is contained in House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Dave Camp's small business tax reform discussion draft.