December 19, 2017
Thomson Reuters Checkpoint: Most comprehensive news & analysis on Tax Reform
NEW YORK – While no one is surprised that tax reform is upon us, the lightning fast pace of the legislative process has made it difficult for even seasoned tax practitioners to know the full score.
Shortly after Congressional tax writers revealed the final version of the “Tax Cuts & Jobs Act”, the sweeping tax reform proposal that promises a seismic change in the tax landscape, Thomson Reuters Checkpoint published feature articles covering key issues, to assist tax and accounting professionals to quickly and efficiently understand the changes.NEW YORK – While no one is surprised that tax reform is upon us, the lightning fast pace of the legislative process has made it difficult for even seasoned tax practitioners to know the full score.
Thomson Reuters Federal Tax Updates on Checkpoint has provided a comprehensive summary of the new bill, covering over a hundred provisions with: background to put amendments in context; effective dates; Code Sections affected and the bill’s section number.
To access the Checkpoint Special Studies on the "Tax Cuts & Jobs Act", visit:
Individual Tax Changes in the "Tax Cuts and Jobs Act
Business Tax Changes in the "Tax Cuts and Jobs Act"
Foreign Income, Foreign Persons Tax Changes in the "Tax Cuts and Jobs Act"
S Corporation, Partnership & Other Changes in the "Tax Cuts and Jobs Act"
Estate and Gift Tax Changes in the “Tax Cuts and Jobs Act”
Pension and Benefit Changes in the “Tax Cuts and Jobs Act”
Check this page periodically for further updates.
There is also a series of very timely Tax Reform webcasts being offered through Checkpoint Learning.
Salim Sunderji, Managing Director, Checkpoint of the Thomson Reuters Tax & Accounting business said: “Widely expected to be signed into law by the end of the week, this bill – with the sheer magnitude of tax law changes in it, as well as the rapidly approaching dates that they are scheduled to go into effect –will mean significant work within a compressed time frame for the tax and accounting profession. We hope that these real-time resources will assist companies and professional advisors to begin developing an action plan for how to move forward.”
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