Orin Hatch, R-Utah and Ron Wyden, D-Oregon, both leaders of the Senate Finance Committee are soliciting ideas from stakeholders on how to best overhaul the tax code to make it simpler, fairer, and more efficient.
So here is your chance to have some input. Even though it is the middle of tax season and everyone up to their eyeballs in work (they didn’t think about that) you can submit suggestions by e-mail to:
- For Individual Income Tax: Individual@finance.senate.gov
- For Business Income Tax: Business@finance.senate.gov
- For Savings & Investment: Savings@finance.senate.gov
- For International Tax: International@finance.senate.gov
- For Community Development & Infrastructure: CommunityDevelopment@finance.senate.gov
All submission must be made as follows and will be accepted through April 15, 2015:
- Submitted as a pdf attachment.
- The pdf file name should be saved using the name of the organization or individual submitting the recommendations.
- The e-mail subject line should list the name of the tax-working group they wish to contact in the subject line of the email. Such as “Individual Income Tax” or “Business Income Tax”
- Include contact name, organization (if the submission is being submitted on behalf of a group), phone number and email address in the body of the email.
If the above directions are not followed, the Senate Finance Committee said it would reserve the right to not include the submission.