corporate tax reform
Three Key Questions About Corporate Tax Reform
CFOs should ask tax execs about rate-cut surprises, sources of cash, and big capex investments.
Federal Tax Reform Could Have Big Effect on States
While the outlook is unclear, sitting back and waiting to see how things unfold is not a winning strategy.
Trump for the Economy, But a Vote for Clinton
The greatest impact the next president can have on the economy will be through the enactment of tax reform.
Major Reform Needed to Boost Investment in U.S.
Significantly lowering the corporate tax rate is among four recommendations by Red Hat CFO Frank Calderoni.
The Reform We Need Is Unlikely to Occur
Politicians won't support reform that would take a bite out of campaign contributions, tax professor says.
Small Businesses Crave Tax Reform Too
But they worry lawmakers won't take into account the impact on small businesses when considering changes to the tax code.
Tax Reform Coming, But Not Until 2017
Business tax executives are expecting reform after the presidential election, and one-quarter want the U.S. to move to a territorial system.
Corporate-tax Reform in America: An Offer They Could Refuse
The president's plan for business tax reform makes no sense.
Tax Reform Consensus: Lower Rates, Closed ‘Loopholes’
In the game of tax reform, one CFO’s “loophole” is another finance chief’s essential tax credit.
GOP Sees Corporate Tax Cut With Control of Senate
If they win the Senate, Republicans say, they will need to show they can legislate, lead, and solve problems, including corporate tax reform.