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The Impact Of The 2018 Tax Reform On Business Owners - Forbes

It has been 30 years since there has been a significant tax reform, and the Tax Cuts and Jobs Bill that recently passed is certain to impact

Unpacking The New Tax Reform: Crucial Changes For - Forbes

In what represents the most sweeping U.S. tax reform since the Tax Reform Act of 1986, many of the changes are set to have a significant impact on businesses and individuals alike. Take, for example, the new 20% deduction that's available on pass-through income for sole proprietors and LLCs.

Democrats Release Tax Hike Plan - Forbes

This week, Congressional Democrats released a detailed tax hike plan that they promised to implement if given majority control of the House

New: IRS Announces 2018 Tax Rates, Standard Deductions - Forbes

announced a number of tax-related provisions for 2018, including, of course, For 2018, a high-deductible health plan (HDHP) is one that, for

Tax Reform Simplifies the Code for Middle Class but Future - Forbes

Helpfully, Congress' non-partisan Joint Committee on Taxation provided some tables to show the effects the new tax reform law will have on

To Get The Most Out Of Tax Reform, Traders Need To Act - Forbes

Actions are required before year-end to cash in on some of the tax benefits of the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA). Defer income and

Why Trump's Tax Reform Will Spark Continued Small - Forbes

As the positive ramifications of the tax plan are felt, new jobs become available and wages go up, it'll be clear that even the tax cuts directed at

The No-Reform Tax Reform: Union Pacific Case Study - Forbes

The Republican-controlled Congress pushed through a hasty “Tax Reform” bill late in December of last year with the argument that the high

Housing Market Shows Few Ill Effects from Tax Reform - Forbes

Of the handful of housing-specific changes made in 2017 as part of tax reform efforts, just one – capping the SALT deduction – has had an

For Many Taxpayers, Tax Reform Means No More Home - Forbes

Have a home office? The rules for 2017 remained the same but following tax reform, employees may not claim the deduction in 2018.