The Finance Bill, which will become Finance Act 2017, was published on 20 March and had its second reading on Tuesday 18 April.
There is a session of the Whole House (of Commons) on 24 April to scrutinise the following clauses in the Bill:
General election on 8 June will change the rest of the timetable and the content of the Finance Act
The remaining clauses were going to be scrutinised by the Public Bill Committee beginning the week of 24 April.
We now understand that the Bill is likely to be covered in only three days of debate and it will almost certainly fall within the Parliamentary Wash-up arrangements prior to dissolution of Parliament which is currently expected to be on 3 May.
You can follow the progress of the Finance Bill and access the documents and reports of the discussions on the Bill on the Parliamentary webpage.