Tax Cuts and Jobs Act

/Tax Cuts and Jobs Act

The Tax Cuts and Job Act, the most extensive piece Federal tax reform since 1986, has been signed into law. What does it mean to you and your business? Dean Dorton’s tax professionals who specialize in tax compliance and planning take a first look at the final bill. How the new Tax Cuts and Jobs Act may affect you and your business is starting to take shape. Below we discuss:

  • Key provisions of the legislation and possible impact on your taxes and tax planning
  • Key dates applicable to specific areas of the law such as Employer Benefits
  • Areas where further guidance may be forthcoming from the IRS or Treasury Department
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