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Get the Latest Details on Tax Reform

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12/20/2017

Congress has passed the tax reform bill, previously referred to as the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. It contains many provisions that directly impact businesses and individuals, the majority of which take effect in 2018. Refer back to this page for up-to-date information, tools, and guidance that can help you prepare for these changes to the tax code.

Tax Reform Resources

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Following feedback from the payroll and tax communities, the Treasury Department and IRS are postponing a release of substantial changes to the W-4, which were originally anticipated in 2019.
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Last year's Tax Cuts and Jobs Act affects individuals in high-tax states who itemize deductions, limiting the SALT deduction. Get more details in this article.
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The IRS has issued proposed regulations on the new tax deduction for certain qualified business profits on entities other than C-corporations. The change was contained in the federal tax overhaul passed late last year.
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Idaho, Oklahoma, Georgia, and Maryland have passed new tax measures in response to the recent federal tax laws. Highlights of these changes and links to state tax forms can be found in this article.
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If passing tax reform seemed like a long, difficult process, implementing it is much more so. In a recent APA session, David Kautter, acting commissioner of the IRS and assistant secretary (Tax Policy) for the U.S. Treasury, explained in-depth how the IRS is implementing tax reform.
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Part of the tax reform law includes negating the individual mandate penalty to zero beginning next year. But some states are working to create their own version of an individual mandate as a way to keep up the numbers of people covered by health insurance. Here are some important details.
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