With tax reform approaching, US manufacturers weigh their options
A reduction in the tax rate from 35% to 20% would clearly benefit industrial manufacturing, but certain provisions might have a negative impact.
As a tax executive, you may be experiencing considerable pressure from internal and external stakeholders to enhance operational efficiencies and the effectiveness of your departments—through innovative processes and technologies. Further, with many countries vying for investment capital as well as tax revenue, you may be carefully monitoring evolving tax policy and legislation as well as regulatory and political issues to maximize incentives and related opportunities.
While you navigate the changing tax, global and business landscape, we're committed to sharing insightful perspectives that you can rely on. Delve into the following publications, videos, and other materials to learn more about the critical trends and issues that we're seeing, and the the potential impacts for your business.
Join our next Talking Tax webcast Tuesday, April 11, 2017 at 1:00pm (ET) for insights on the fallout from healthcare legislation and tax reform, and how proposed policies may affect US businesses.
PwC’s David Camp, former Chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee and current Senior Policy Adviser, discusses how, in a world dominated by technology and the 24-hour news cycle, comprehensive tax reform must be transparent and involve the public from day one.
For further insights, watch David's conversation with the Intuit Tax & Financial Center.