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Made in America Tax Plan update

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The American Jobs Plan, the $2 trillion infrastructure proposal announced by President Joe Biden on March 31, is an opening round to policy negotiations in Congress.

As we unpack what this plan could mean for the middle market, our webcast will explore what President Biden’s tax plan, released alongside the jobs proposal and called the Made in America Tax Plan, could mean for corporate tax rates. We will also take a look at very significant changes to international tax rules and others. And we’ll cover what wasn’t included—notably, increases in individual tax rates for high earners and capital gains.

Join us for a discussion between members of RSM’s tax policy/Washington National Tax group for an examination of the plan from the new administration.

Our presenters

James Alex

Principal

Areas of focus: Tax Policy

Patti Burquest

Principal

Patti has extensive experience handling IRS examination and appeals matters for all types of business. Reach her at patti.burquest@rsmus.com.

Areas of focus: Tax ControversyWashington National Tax

Adam Chesman

Senior Director

Ryan Corcoran

Senior Manager

Mathew Talcoff

National Industry Tax Leader


Learning objectives
By the end of each webcast, participants will be able to identify the main tax elements of the Made in America Tax Plan.

CPE credit available
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Advance preparation: None | Program level: Basic | Prerequisites: None | Delivery method: Group internet-based
Field of study: Taxes | CPE: 1.0 credits per webcast

Event details

Who should attend
Tax professionals and finance executives

More information
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