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Tax Reform is Confusing Part 2

Do you struggle feeling Tax Reform is confusing?

Yes, tax reform is confusing. In part 2 we hope to shed light on other areas of tax reform changes. As mentioned last week, we decided to put together a side-by side comparison of the old and new law. At the end of Part 1’s blog post, is an infographic to help you maneuver all the details behind Tax Reform. Below we will break down Part 2 of this very long infographic for an easier understanding. Let’s go! Continue reading

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Senate Passes the Tax Bill, What’s Next?

Why is it so important that Senate Passes the Tax Bill?

Tax Cuts and Jobs Act Heads To Reconciliation

So, Senate passes the tax bill. Yes, the Senate GOP finally brought their version of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act out of committee and before the full Senate. Tax Reform, another name for the bill, passed by a narrow margin of 51-49 down party lines. The only dissenting Republican Senator was Bob Corker of Tennessee, who tweets that he reluctantly cast his vote as “no” over long-term fiscal issues. Continue reading

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