On May 15, House Democrats passed on the Heroes Act, a $3 trillion package that revives, among other things, many of the severe debt collection-related restrictions House Democrats have been pushing since the start of the pandemic.  Although the Heroes Act has no promise of becoming law, the Act, combined with other federal and state

There has been increasing discussion with respect to the accounting treatment of trade payable programs and whether the obligations of the entity that owes the receivable (the “company”) under these programs should continue to be treated as trade payables on their balance sheet or, instead, be reflected as
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The NAIC Valuation of Securities (E) Task Force held a meeting on February 4, 2020 discussing the proposed definition of “Principal-Protected Notes“ (PPNs), following the release of a January 2020 staff memo on the proposed definition.

Join Mayer Brown today, February 5, at 4pm ET for a review of the release and findings from the

Mayer Brown’s Capital Markets Tax Quarterly provides capital markets-related US federal tax news and insights. In this issue of CMTQ, we look at final quarter of 2019. We discuss Section 871(m) phase-in, the Warren wealth tax proposal, and final nonresident alien withholding regulations, among other recent updates.

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