Understanding and preparing for the impact of new policies and regulatory issues will continue to be a priority for manufacturers, requiring companies to stay on top of information reporting requirements or risk being fined for non-compliance. Manufacturers will be under continued pressure to anticipate a regulatory and trade environment that seems to be in a constant state of flux. Just as important, staying current on tax policy can have a direct impact on a company’s investment and resource allocation plans.
Meetings with industry leaders provided forums for discussing changes taking place inside the beltway—and what they would like to see.
Many proposed tax law changes will not only affect federal and international tax positions, they will also have an impact on state and local taxes.
The infrastructure of our country is critical to the manufacturing community. We need to invest more resources in its repair now.
Iowa enacts sales and use tax exemption for manufacturing supplies and provides significant definitions applicable to manufacturing exemptions.
Learn what middle market executives had to say about the effects of the American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2012.
Manufacturers will face new information reporting responsibilities in 2015 under the Affordable Care Act.
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