Last December the Senate and the House both passed a new tax reform law, “Tax Cuts and Jobs Act”, that took effect on January 1st, 2018.
The main changes for this year are benefits for corporations, pass-through entities, and multinational corporations. There are some big changes for the American middle class as well.
As tax rates will be reduced for businesses and individuals, most of the American middle class will get a lower tax bill in 2018, meaning that many workers will have more money in their paycheck.
By helping companies become more competitive through lower tax rates, a simplified tax code, incentivized capital investment, and removal of regulatory barriers, “Tax Cuts and Jobs Act” provides a new outlook for the American economy in 2018.
If you need more information about this new rule and the opportunity it represents, schedule a consultation with HAYMAN-WOODWARD now.
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