Navigating US Tax Reform

On December 22, 2017, US President Donald Trump signed HR 1, the tax bill formerly known as the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, enacting fundamental changes to the US tax code. The changes affect all sectors of the economy and the wide-ranging implications span major issues including cross-border/international federal tax issues, inbound investments, pass-through entities, investment funds and their managers, state and local tax issues, executive compensation, and tax-exempt organizations, among others.

Our top-tier tax team—which includes former tax legislative counsel and international tax counsel at the US Treasury Department, legislation counsel for the US Congress’s Joint Committee on Taxation, and IRS Chief Counsel lawyers, including a former IRS chief counsel—assists clients in virtually all the major industries around the globe in understanding how these important changes will affect their businesses and how to navigate the changing tax law landscape.

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