On Thursday, November 2nd the House of Representatives released a draft of their tax reform legislation entitled ‘The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act’ as presented by the Ways and Means Chairman Kevin Brady (R-TX). This legislation represents the largest proposed transformation of the U.S. tax code in more than thirty years. While both changes are expected in the committee markup phase and the Senate will certainly bring its own priorities to the process, this release is the first bill text we’ve seen from a tax-writing committee. The goal of President Trump and the Republicans in Congress is to have a final tax bill enacted ideally before the Thanksgiving break, but certainly before the calendar year end of 2017. The subsequent synopsis will serve to highlight just some of the more significant provisions of this bill in its current form and its impact on both individuals and businesses.
A Practical Guide to Perfecting Your Tax Research Techniques and Achieving Sustainable Tax Return Filing Positions
In order to maximize your accounting firm’s overall efficiency, effectiveness, and productivity in connection to researching and resolving a tax issue and determining the sustainability of the tax return filing position, the appropriate tax research processes must be meticulously designed, implemented, and executed. The subsequent five comprehensive steps will guide you in establishing an all-inclusive tax research effort on behalf of your entire client base while properly ascertaining the likelihood of success Read More