As Washington takes up the mantle of tax reform, Friedman LLP proudly releases a timely series of insights gleaned from a broad-based web survey* of more than 480 business leaders on their reactions to proposed tax changes.
This series features 6 key insights:
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About the Survey
*Friedman LLP conducted the web-based survey in early 2017 among companies across the United States, with a focus on the New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Connecticut areas. The survey compiles responses from 483 senior leaders of companies across industries including technology/computer services, manufacturing/distribution/wholesale, healthcare, retail, real estate, financial services, architecture/engineering, marketing and advertising, nonprofits, law, and more. The size of the companies surveyed ranged from below $10 million in annual revenue to over $500 million. The respondents include business owners, company presidents, chief executive officers, partners, directors, chief financial officers, controllers, and managing directors.
Friedman’s tax professionals developed the questions for the survey and extrapolated the key insights and commentary that will follow. Data was collected by an independent survey firm. All insights in this series are based upon the specific responses of the business leaders who participated in our survey.