DC Tax Flash: President Signs Virus Relief Reconciliation Bill Into Law

Tax Alert
03.11.2021

Acting sooner than expected, President Biden today signed into law virus relief reconciliation legislation (H.R. 1319). The $1.9 trillion package includes a number of tax provisions affecting business, which are summarized in a prior Tax Flash.

The following documents provide more information on the legislation signed into law today:

President Biden plans to address the nation this evening at 8:00 PM (EST) to mark the one-year point since COVID-19 was declared a global pandemic by the World Health Organization. He is expected to hail passage of his virus relief priorities in the new law and outline the next steps the Administration will take to address economic uncertainties.


Miller & Chevalier Coronavirus Task Force
The outbreak of COVID-19 is creating significant business and legal challenges for companies throughout the world. In response to client demand, the firm has formed an interdisciplinary task force to help businesses navigate these issues.

COVID-19 Resource Library
We also maintain a resource library of legislative responses and regulatory guidance related to COVID-19.


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