Alison Pepper discusses how she and other organizations helped nix the D.C. Council’s tax that also would have included the sale of personal information, and why the fight isn’t over. By Lindsay Rittenhouse and Max Sternlicht. Published on August 06, 2020. Original Ad Age article Allison Pepper, executive VP of government relations for ad agency trade group 4A’s, scored […]
The fight is not over though, as the organization’s Alison Pepper says she expects other states facing worsening budget deficits to introduce similar tax bills By Lindsay Rittenhouse. Published on July 28, 2020. In a final vote today, The Washington, D.C. City Council nixed, as expected, a proposed 3 percent tax on advertising services and the sale of “personal […]
At the start of 2017, the new administration and Congress set tax reform as one of their highest priorities. As work on that began in earnest, it became clear that the reduction in the full deductibility of advertising was once again in play. The 4A’s, in concert with other advertising groups, launched a massive effort of congressional contact, both in Washington and at the grassroots level across states and congressional districts, to blunt this attempt to limit full deductibility.