Dave Camp, the Republican House Ways and Means Committee chairman, is filling in the blanks in his plan to revamp the U.S. tax code and leaning on the financial industry to help pay for lower tax rates.
The top Republican tax writer in Congress will lean on the financial industry with his planned revamp of the U.S. code, changing the treatment of carried interest and imposing a levy on the assets of banks and insurers.
The biggest U.S. banks and insurance companies would have to pay a quarterly 3.5 basis-point tax on assets exceeding $500 billion under a plan to be unveiled this week by Congress’s top Republican tax writer.
Community bankers who expect the U.S. Senate to pass a bill tomorrow that would extend a program intended to help them retain deposits also believe they will have a tougher time getting the measure though the House.
Business Roundtable lobbyists wanted 2013 to be the year lawmakers, free of immediate election pressures, would revamp U.S. immigration policy, pass a debt- lowering budget and expedite a pair of trade deals.
Broker Connie de la Garza has been trying to sell an empty medical-office building in Harlingen, Texas, for six months. He’s finally getting offers after slashing the asking price by 26 percent to $1.4 million.
President Barack Obama is on the verge of creating as much as $300 billion in credit for small businesses as bankers raise doubt about whether there’s demand for new loans and how much will be repaid .