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"Doggett Bill May Signal More Intangibles Activity on Capitol Hill, JCT Aide Says"

May 24, 2010
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On May 20, Tax Counsel Richard A. Hartnig served as a panelist at the Atlanta Region International Fiscal Association meeting about the newly proposed legislation (H.R. 5328) from the House Ways and Means Committee, also known as the Doggett Bill. When addressing the concerns about the bill’s language that would treat foreign companies managed and controlled in the United States as domestic corporations for tax purposes, Richard said "if you drive the highest-income taxpayers out of a city, that is something that can have major implications."

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