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American Jobs Plan & Made in America Tax Plan—Summary of Certain Key Tax Components

On Wednesday March 31, 2021, President Joseph R. Biden announced the American Jobs Plan and Made in America Tax Plan, designed to provide dramatic improvements to U.S. infrastructure writ large. The American Jobs Plan will focus on physical infrastructure, climate change, domestic manufacturing, research and development (R&D), and home health care services. The White House fact sheet outlining the plans can be found here but the proposed statutory language for the plans have not yet been released. The plan proposes funding the initiatives from measures including (i) increasing the corporate tax rate from 21% to 28%, (ii) creating a 15% minimum tax on global book income, (iii) increasing the minimum effective tax rate on GILTI from 10.5% to 21%, (iv) moving towards a global minimum tax and preventing profit-stripping from U.S., (v) modifying deductions to incentivize on-shoring, (vi) eliminating subsidies for fossil fuels, and (vii) increasing tax enforcement.

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Pension Protection Act Affects Charitable Giving and Exempt Organizations


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In addition to reforming the employer-based pension system, the Pension Protection Act of 2006 contains important charitable giving incentives and exempt organization reforms. Among the significant provisions of the Act, which is expected to be signed into law shortly, is the IRA charitable rollover. For a thorough analysis of that and other provisions of the Act affecting charitable giving and exempt organizations, please click "Download PDF" to read Ropes & Gray's client alert.

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