US Tax Reform Proposals

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What you need to know about tax reform

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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Trump Administration, Republican Congressional release tax reform goals 

Tax reform is mandatory

Trump’s infrastructure legislation is still achievable

The Trump Administration's FY 2018 budget

Tax reform and US Inbound companies

Talking tax reform with Tax Policy Services Leader, Rohit Kumar

House Republican blueprint goals


Learn More: Answers to three questions on tax reform everyone is asking
Learn More: Answers to three questions on tax reform everyone is asking

Trump Administration, Republican Congressional leaders release statement on tax reform goals 

The joint statement calls for tax reform that makes taxes “simpler, fairer, and lower” for American families, and provides “lower rates for all American businesses.” The statement sets a goal for the House Ways and Means Committee and the Senate Finance Committee to produce tax reform legislation that “reduces rates as much as possible, allows unprecedented capital expensing, places a priority on permanence, and creates a system that encourages American companies to bring back jobs and profits trapped overseas.” 

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Why I hope we’re still talking about tax reform in 5, 10 and 20 years 

Conversation around tax reform must remain a constant. Pam Olson shares why it can’t be a priority for this Congress and then forgotten for another generation. 

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Tax reform is mandatory

Trump’s infrastructure legislation is still achievable

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: Navigating the road ahead

Tax reform: Navigating the road ahead

What does all this mean for global companies doing business in the US? Chris Kong shares his perspective.

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Talking tax reform

PwC's Rohit Kumar shares five takeaways from the set of Inside Tax Policy following Speaker Ryan's tax reform speech.
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Pam Olson
US Deputy Tax Leader & Washington National Tax Services Leader
Tel: +1 (202) 414 1401

Rohit Kumar
Principal and Leader, WNTS Tax Policy Services
Tel: +1 (202) 414 1421

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