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Impact of the 2016 elections Tax policy decisions ahead

Published on: Nov 10, 2016

The campaign is over. The nation has voted. President-elect Donald Trump will soon have the opportunity to try to advance a tax policy agenda aimed at promoting economic growth by reducing tax rates for businesses and individuals. But a new Congress will also want to have its say in shaping the nation’s tax laws. Lawmakers don’t speak with one voice. Tax policy decisions ahead: Impact of the 2016 elections looks at Trump’s tax proposals, the views of key congressional leaders, and the outlook for enacting significant changes to the tax code in the coming year. This publication was released by our US firm.

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