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Election 2016: What does it mean for tax policy?

Published on: Nov 30, 2016

The outcome of the 2016 presidential and congressional elections will help determine the prospects for action on tax reform next year and what a reformed tax code might look like. What tax policy issues should you consider in planning for 2017 and beyond?

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