Tax policy and regulation: The voice of middle market businesses

Regardless of which political party happens to be in power, tax policy is always on the table in Washington. What’s often missing, though, is the voice of middle market businesses that bear such a large brunt of the challenges caused by constantly changing tax rules and regulations.

RSM is working to fill this void by engaging directly with policymakers to share the perspectives of middle market businesses and provide deeper insight on how tax policy changes will affect this crucial segment of our economy.

Our tax professionals meet regularly with those responsible for crafting tax policy, including members of Congress from the influential House Ways and Means and Senate Finance committees, among others. We work closely with many of the top national business organizations as well, sharing our perspective about what’s happening in the real economy to help ensure middle market concerns aren’t lost in the D.C. shuffle.

For additional information contact Dan Ginsburg, national policy leader.

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comment letters

RSM submits comment letter regarding Sec. 174 R&D Tax

RSM has submitted to U.S. Congressional leaders comments addressing the upcoming requirement to experimental expenditures

  • September 29, 2021

RSM submits Comment Letter regarding ERTC and wage reduction

RSM submits Comment Letter seeking clarity on interaction of the employee retention tax credit and required disallowance for wage expense.

  • February 25, 2021

RSM submits comments to Treasury on rules impacting former S corps

The comment letter explains that certain S corporations that experienced an ownership change should also qualify under these rules.

  • December 27, 2019

RSM submits Comment Letter regarding section 382 proposed regulations

Comments address concerns and recommendations regarding proposed regulations addressing section 382 built-in gains and losses.

  • November 18, 2019