Under President Trump and the new administration, a major overhaul of the tax code is expected in 2017. With Republican control of both the House and the Senate, there is an increased likelihood that Congress will pass comprehensive tax reform–-enacting the most significant changes in tax law since the 1986 Tax Reform Act under President Reagan.
With a number of proposals on the table and their wide-ranging impact on businesses and individuals, we will continue to closely monitor developments throughout the year to keep you informed and provide guidance on how these changes may affect you. Below are insights to help you navigate a variety of impending changes in the Trump Era.
Stay tuned for a special white paper analyzing the thoughts and concerns of business leaders in the face of the potential tax reform.
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