What you need to know about tax reform

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Unified control of the White House and Congress provides Republicans the opportunity to set the legislative agenda, advance key priorities, and revisit the regulations promulgated by the outgoing Administration. The likely legislative and regulatory activity presents both opportunities and challenges for the business community.

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Learn More: Tax reform and multinational companies

Read: Trump Administration officials announce tax reform principles

Watch: Talking tax reform with Chairman Dave Camp

View: House Republican Blueprint goals

 

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While other legislation continues to stall, powerful market forces are coalescing behind the White House’s trillion-dollar infrastructure plan. Darin Siders explains that broad legislation to repair the nation’s infrastructure is still achievable.

Trump Administration FY 2018 budget

The Trump Administration released a $4.1 trillion FY 2018 budget proposal to Congress that proposes to balance the federal budget over 10 years by promoting economic growth through tax reform, regulatory relief, and infrastructure investments, and by significantly reducing federal spending.

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Tax Reform Opens New Opportunities for US Inbounds 

While all multinational companies with operations in the US should begin modeling and assessing how potential reform proposals could impact their business, there are unique considerations and opportunities for non-US companies during this period of transformation.

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Trump Administration officials announce tax reform principles 

The Trump Administration’s release of tax reform principles reaffirms that pro-growth tax reform remains a top priority for President Trump and Congressional Republicans. 

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The heart of the matter

The combination of a Republican president and Republican majorities in both the House and the Senate increases significantly the prospects for enactment of comprehensive tax reform, legislation to repeal (and eventually replace) the ACA, and other major legislation. One of the greatest challenges will be for President Trump and Republican Congressional leaders to decide which priorities to address first.
 

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Talking tax reform

PwC’s Dave Camp, former House Ways & Means Committee Chairman, weighs in on potential tax reform plans. 

Click on the video to the left to watch his interview on CNBC.

In addition, Chairman Camp discusses the proposed border adjustment tax in a previous CNBC interview. Watch here.

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Pam Olson
US Deputy Tax Leader & Washington National Tax Services Leader
Tel: +1 (202) 414 1401
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Rohit Kumar
Principal and Leader, WNTS Tax Policy Services
Tel: +1 (202) 414 1421
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