Will changing tax rules affect your business?
Understand the potential impact of tax reform on business growth plans
From a major federal tax overhaul to specific state and local tax law changes, government entities are constantly adjusting the tax landscape for businesses. Further, both President-elect Trump and the House Republicans believe that tax reform is essential if the U.S. economy is to increase its rate of growth. Expect tax reform to be a central focus of the new Congress and new Administration in early 2017.
As a business leader, you need to be aware of what is happening and what may happen to the taxation of your business. When the rules are constantly changing, that can be difficult. We stay on top of changes – and potential changes – so that you can plan your business strategy accordingly.
U.S. TAX REFORM
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RECENT TAX ALERTS
The House has passed a bill that would end judicial deference to agency rules and statutory interpretations when regulations are challenged.
FinCEN extends filing deadline for certain individuals to file the Report of Foreign Bank and Financial Accounts.
Delaware proposes major unclaimed property reform incorporating provisions from the RUUPA and addressing current challenges.