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Ways and Means Republican Tax Teams Seek Public Input on Biden’s 2025 Planned Tax Hike on American Families and Businesses

May 21, 2024

With President Biden’s planned multitrillion-dollar tax hike on American families and small businesses coming next year, the Ways and Means Committee has launched a new comment portal where stakeholders and members of the public can share information on the impact those higher taxes will have on their families, businesses, and communities.

Last month, Ways and Means Chairman Jason Smith (MO-08) and Tax Subcommittee Chair Mike Kelly (PA-16) announced the formation of ten Ways and Means Republican Tax Teams to study key tax provisions from the 2017 Trump tax cuts, which President Biden recently pledged will all expire and “stay expired” if he’s re-elected. The Tax Teams will receive input from the public and identify legislative solutions to help families, workers, and small businesses struggling in the Biden economy. 

Those interested in sharing information with the Tax Teams may submit comments to Comments will be accepted through Tuesday, October 15, 2024.

How to Submit Written Comments to the Tax Teams

  • Any person(s) or organization(s) wishing to submit comments may e-mail
  • In the subject line or body of the e-mail, please indicate: “Tax Teams Comment on [name of relevant Tax Team(s)].”
  • Please attach the written submission as a Word document.
  • In the attachment or body of the e-mail, please include a contact name, address, phone number, and e-mail address.
  • For questions or technical assistance, please call (202) 225-3625.

NOTE: E-mails that are missing contact information or that do not list relevant Tax Teams will not be accepted.

Ways and Means Republican Tax Teams

  • American Manufacturing 
  • Working Families
  • American Workforce 
  • Main Street 
  • New Economy 
  • Rural America 
  • Community Development 
  • Supply Chains 
  • U.S. Innovation 
  • Global Competitiveness 

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