One of largest tax cuts in U.S. history is now law. And the most complicated section in the new tax law is proving to be the new tax-rate reduction for the so-called “pass-though” entities, including partnerships, S corporations, LLCs, and sole proprietorships. Careful planning by business owners now is critical to maximizing tax benefits.Read Post Register
We're in the final stage of tax reform following the Senate's passage of its bill. Washington policy expert Doug Fisher explains the complicated and most critical next step in the process to final passage of tax reform. As the House and Senate bills shape up, Doug offers an important planning consideration related to your business.Read Post
Here are the latest developments from Washington policy expert Doug Fisher that outline the changes and compares the major provisions of the House and Senate bills.Read Post
The House Ways and Means Committee passed its version of tax reform by a party line vote. The bill (highlighted in my last article) was amended prior to passage by Chairman Kevin Brady (R-TX) in a few areas impacting individuals and businesses...Read Post
The long-awaited tax plan is out. Thought you might be interested in this update from Washington policy expert Doug Fisher. He shares his insights on the "Tax Cuts and Jobs Act” and how they may affect individual, corporate, small businesses and retirement plans.Read Post
Washington policy expert Doug Fisher shares his insights on the latest tax reform proposal negotiations in Congress. He, along with Boston Private’s Brian Lopez and Shannon Saccocia will discuss how tax reform may affect you and your business as well as provide tax and investment planning tips.Read Post
With the failure of Congressional Republicans to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act, tax reform is now thrust to the front of the line as the White House and Congressional Republicans look for their first major legislative policy win.Read Post
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