We now enter parliamentary 'wash up'. Any bills which do not complete all parliamentary stages before parliament is dissolved, which I understand will be on 3 May, will be lost (but could be reintroduced from scratch after the election).
So now deals must be done to speedily pass - or drop - any bills currently in the process of parliamentary consideration. Those deals might involve removing any contentious proposals.
One such bill is the planned Finance Act 2017.
Another is the (much less controversial) Criminal Finances Bill to amend the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 and related legislation. Personally I am more interested in the Criminal Finances Bill. I expect it to pass its final stages quickly without significant amendment (as all the main parties support what is in it - the opposition parties want to put additional powers in it, but that will not happen).
The future of the Finance Act 2017 is less easy to predict. Enjoy!