Donald Trump’s election as the 45th President of the United States on November 8 is expected to bring changes to the tax laws for individuals and businesses. President-elect Trump had made tax reduction a centerpiece of his economic plans during his campaign, saying he would, among other things, propose lower and consolidated individual income tax rates, expand tax breaks for families and repeal the Affordable Care Act. As the next few weeks and months unfold, taxpayers will learn more about Trump’s tax plans.
More immediately, the results of the November 8 election may impact year-end 2016 tax planning, because of last-minute provisions soon expected to be passed by Congress.
To review a post-election tax policy special report, as well as comments on and the projected impact of tax law changes on individuals and businesses, please click to view RubinBrown & CCH’s Tax Briefing.
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