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Sweeping U.S. tax bill signed into law

The provisions of the new tax law – almost all of which go into effect on January 1, 2018 – represent the most significant revisions to the U.S. tax code that have occurred in...

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U.S. tax reform in final stretch

This past week, on 1 December, the Senate voted 51-49 to advance its version of U.S. tax reform legislation. This sets the stage for a conference committee process to occur over the next...

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House Republicans release details of tax reform proposal

The proposal includes significant tax reductions but also eliminates many existing deductions, credits and deferrals, and includes new taxes on multinational corporations.

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U.S. tax reform effort moves forward

On September 27, 2017, Republican leaders of the tax reform effort in the U.S. House of Representatives, the U.S. Senate, and the Trump Administration released a "Unified Framework for...

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The U.S. Tax Reform and the Energy Sector

President Donald Trump and Republican Congressional leaders have promised a major reform to the U.S. tax code in 2017. This reform, if anything close to these promises, will have...

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U.S. Tax Reform – Border Adjustment Proposal: Current Status, and How Your Company May Be Affected

On 24 June 2016, the Republican Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives, Paul Ryan, and House Ways and Means Chairman Kevin Brady released a sweeping "Blueprint" proposal to reform the ...

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2017: The Year for U.S. Tax Reform

In light of the presidential election victory of Republican Donald Trump, and the Republican Party's success in maintaining control of both the U.S. House and Senate for the upcoming 115th...

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New Treasury Notice Squeezes the Juice From Some Corporate Inversions – How Are You Impacted by the New Rules?

In response to a record number of pending "inversion" transactions and the perceived potential loss of tax revenue, the U.S. Treasury Department, on September 22, 2014, issued Notice 2014-52, announcing and detailing to-be-issued regulations intended to (i) make it more difficult to accomplish an inversion, and (ii) reduce the perceived tax advantages of doing so with respect to the untaxed earnings of foreign subsidiaries.

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