Legislative update - Senate “tax extenders” bill, committee report now available 

April 30:  Text of S. 2260—the “tax extenders” bill approved by the Senate Finance Committee—is now available.

The Finance Committee on April 3 approved the legislation to extend expired tax preferences for two years, through 2015. Read TaxNewsFlash-United States.

Legislative text, committee report

  • S. 2260 [PDF 360 KB] was introduced by Chairman Ron Wyden (D-OR), and would extend 53 of the expired provisions for two years, through 2015.
  • The committee report to the tax extenders bill—S. Rept. 113-154 [PDF 581 KB]—also is available.
  • Wyden also introduced S. 2261 [PDF 354 KB] the Tax Technical Corrections Act of 2014, that was approved by the Finance Committee April 3.

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