Tax reform: An industry-by-industry view
Highlights and insights from our industry leaders
The new tax reform legislation includes numerous provisions that will have more substantial impact on certain industries, including real estate, nonprofit, manufacturing, and more. RSM's industry teams are working closely with our Washington National Tax practice to identify and analyze these provisions. See the most recent insights below, or visit our industry pages for even more discussion on your industry.
A closer look at the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act reveals both benefits and drawbacks for consumer products companies.
Changes to excise tax and regulatory requirements related to craft beverages provides significant savings, potential for industry growth.
Life sciences companies making payments to related foreign parties should be aware of how to determine the gross receipts calculation.
RSM’s report examines how companies are investing in their businesses. In a deeper dive, we explore what manufacturers are considering.
The recently enacted Tax Cuts and Jobs Act has produced widespread tax law changes for exempt organizations.
Insights on the importance of staying up-to-date on tax law changes that could influence investments decisions and could impact the industry
As the tax reform provisions roll out, deal teams have additional tax attribute facets to consider when acquiring or exiting an investment.
Learn how the recent tax reform affects executives, founders and general partners of alternative investment fund structures.
Real estate & construction
For real estate investors and businesses, the final tax reform bill makes several significant changes compared to prior law.
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 established opportunity zones to encourage long-term investments in low-income communities nationwide.