Our Federal tax system has four main elements – individual and corporate income taxes, payroll taxes on wages earned, estate and gift taxes, and excise taxes on goods and services. Each year Congress participates in an annual exercise of reviewing, renewing, or extending tax provisions.
Tax policy will continue to be at the forefront of many Congressional and Administration efforts as both parties and branches of government look for ways to promote change and articulate political differences. The tax professionals at Van Scoyoc Associates (VSA) are regularly part of these discussions as policymakers draft legislation and finalize
VSA’s tax experts have strong relationships with members and staff of the Senate Finance Committee and House Ways and Means Committee. They also have a deep understanding of the tax code and the ways in which these committees work to modify tax policy. We represent clients with an array of interests in federal tax policy including state and local governments, large corporations, nonprofit organizations, and entities with niche tax priority provisions. We develop strategies to communicate, develop, and implement tax-related policy initiatives to congressional offices, congressional committees and federal agencies.