Presidential candidate tax reform proposals: What’s coming in 2017
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Tax policy is shaping up to be one of the key issues of the 2016 presidential campaign. New and noteworthy proposals have been introduced, such as a new category of ‘medium-term’ capital gains, a ‘business transfer tax’ that may operate like a value-added tax or consumption tax, special tax rates for pass-through business income, taxes on high-frequency trading and limits on the deductibility of business interest.
Join RSM’s Washington National Tax team for a 60-minute webcast, as we compare the 2016 presidential candidates’ tax reform proposals.
- Key tax issues being discussed by the major candidates
- Significant differences in the candidates’ tax proposals
- Planning considerations to start thinking about today