United States

Border tax would mean sweeping changes for middle market

Would be biggest change to tax code since 1986

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In this issue of The Real Economy, we take a look at how a proposed border adjustment tax would impact the middle market. In short, it would be the most significant change to the U.S. tax code since at least 1986, and quite possibly since the 1913 inception of the income tax.

Also in this issue: Neil Brenner, Bannockburn Global FX, explains the currency impact of a border adjustment tax and what strategies the middle market may consider if it is implemented, and Don Susswein, Washington National Tax, provides an overview of the House GOP leadership’s tax reform proposal.  

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