As a result of the 2016 elections and with the Republicans in control of the House, Senate and White House, and the high profile of Federal taxes in the presidential campaign, the likelihood of major tax law changes in 2017 is quite high. Indeed, 2017 could easily be the most consequential year for fundamental tax law changes since 1986 and the Tax Reform Act of 1986.
In that regard, both President Donald Trump and Ways and Means Committee Chairman Paul Ryan have presented their ideas for tax reform.
We will monitor developments as the year progresses and will continue to keep our clients and friends informed as circumstances warrant.
EisnerAmper Tax Reform Publications
- Preparing Your Business for Tax Reform
- Observations on American Health Care Act of 2017 Passed by the U.S. House
- Analysis of President Trump's Tax Proposal
- Comparison of Current Law, House Plan and Candidate Trump's Proposal
- Budget Reconciliation-Potential Path to Tax Reform
- Potential Impact of Tax Rate Change on Valuations
- Trump Tax Reform - Considerations for Multinational Companies
- Tax Regulations Impacted by New Executive Order
- Border Adjusted Tax: Implications for Importers and Exporters