What's new in tax for 2017

What's new in tax for 2017

Monday, January 16, 2017

Even without the prospect of major changes to the Tax Code from President-elect Donald Trump and the Republican-controlled Congress, practitioners still have to cope with a number of legislative changes that go into effect for the first time this year or apply for the first time for tax returns filed this year.

Robert Trinz, senior analyst at Thomson Reuters Checkpoint compiled this exhaustive list of major changes; for more detail, see his

unabridged article on what’s new here


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