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Tax Cuts & Jobs Act Resource Center


RubinBrown is proud to provide a comprehensive overview of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (H.R. 1) that was signed into law on December 22, 2017.

Read detailed information about the sweeping changes as well as the impact on individuals and businesses.


What Every Financial Executive Needs to Know About the New Tax Law

If you missed RubinBrown's webinar "What Every Financial Executive Needs to Know About the New Tax Law," the rebroadcast is now available. The provisions of the most significant overhaul of the U.S. tax code in more than 30 years will affect nearly every household and business. Listen to the special two-hour roundup of the changes presented by RubinBrown's tax experts.

Please note, this rebroadcast is not eligible for CPE.

 

 


Spring 2018 issue of Horizons

2018-Spring-Horizons-Cover.jpgThe latest issue of Horizons covers What Every Financial Executive Needs to Know About the New Tax Law and features articles addressing the impact at the state and international level.


 

 

 


News Related to H.R. 1

01/11/2018

Focus on Public Sector: Highlights from the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act


The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (the Act) was signed by President Trump on December 22, 2017. The following are highlights that have some implications for state and local governments. As with past tax acts, there are likely to be “technical corrections” passed in future legislation. While technical corrections are often minor, occasionally the changes are material.

01/04/2018

Focus on Private Equity: The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act


The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (the Act) is the first major re-write of the Internal Revenue Code since 1986. In regards to its effect on private equity investors and their portfolio companies, the Act contains several significant changes. The new rules are generally effective for tax years beginning after December 31, 2017.

01/02/2018

Focus on Taxation: Meals, Entertainment and Transportation Fringe Benefits May No Longer Be Deductible – May Require Immediate Action


Under tax law applicable for expenditures before January 1, 2018, generally meal and entertainment expenses were 50% deductible. With changes made with the recent legislation (H.R. 1) entertainment expenses are 100% NOT deductible for amounts paid or incurred after December 31, 2017.

12/27/2017

Focus on Manufacturing & Distribution: The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act


The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (the Act) was signed by President Trump on December 22, 2017. The following are highlights that are pertinent to manufacturing and distribution companies and owners. As with past tax acts, there are likely to be “technical corrections” passed in future legislation. While technical corrections are often minor, occasionally the changes are material.

12/22/2017

Focus on Construction: The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act – Construction and Home Building Highlights


The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (the Act) was signed by President Trump on December 22, 2017. The changes in the Act will affect organizations in a variety of ways. The following highlights are pertinent to construction or home building companies and owners.

12/21/2017

Focus on Not-For-Profit Organizations and Colleges & Universities: Tax Cuts and Jobs Act – Highlights from an Exempt Organization View


As this summary is being written, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (the Act) is approaching passage by Congress and signature by the President. The changes in the Act will affect organizations in a variety of ways. The following highlights are based on the drafts of the bill and of the conference report.

12/21/2017

Focus on Taxation: Tax Reform Update – International Taxes


The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (the Act) is our first major re-write of the Internal Revenue Code since 1986. In regards to U.S. international tax law, the Act contains significant changes to how US based multinational corporations are taxed.

12/19/2017

Focus on Taxation: Tax Reform Update – Businesses & Individuals


An agreement has been reached on a tax reform bill that is expected to go before the House and Senate for a final vote this week. The President is anticipating signing it into law before Christmas. The following is a summary of the key changes proposed.

09/27/2017

Focus on Taxation: Tax Reform Proposal


On September 27, President Trump and Republican leaders unveiled a framework for tax reform. The following are the highlights of the changes contained in the proposal for individual and business taxes.

04/27/2017

Focus on Taxation: 2017 Tax Reform


On April 26, 2017 the Trump Administration issued an outline on “2017 Tax Reform for Economic Growth and American Jobs” calling it “the biggest individual and business tax cut in American history”.