The Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2021, H.R. 133, passed both houses of Congress late on December 21, 2020, but President Donald Trump said Tuesday night that he might not sign the bill immediately, if at all.
There is a lot going on in this bill which is very heavily weighted in both tax and financial provisions. The total bill consists of 5,593 pages with $900 billion in Coronavirus stimulus relief along with an additional $1.4 trillion in omnibus spending to prevent a government shutdown.
As we await, President Trump’s signature we have put together the following selective, high-level overview of the bill’s major tax and relief provisions. This bill is not law as of this writing. Additionally, since this law is in its initial drafting, we expect significant regulations as it becomes law and begins being implemented.
We will publish additional information once the bill is signed into law and as regulations continue to develop.
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