On December 22, 2017, President Trump signed into law the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act – a bill that was quickly pushed through Congress without the benefit of public hearings or a thorough impact analysis. Over the last several weeks, accountants, attorneys and financial experts have begun parsing through the entire 500+ pages to identify all the new opportunities and obstacles contained in the legislation. While this information continues to be digested by the markets, we can identify a number of winners and losers as a result of various provisions of the new tax law. Download the full article here.
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