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Many U.S. manufacturers are leaving money on the table – some of it significant – by not optimizing the provisions of the tax-reform act of 2017.
With new tariffs and tax reforms today’s business landscape presents a myriad of challenges, but it also provides a wealth of opportunities for strategic growth.
The economy keeps heating up, and so is the war for talent. In today’s competitive environment, great people have a tremendous range of choice, and candidates have a great deal of power in the hiring process.
The 2017 tax act contains a number of significant implications and opportunities for CEOs who possess Location Awareness.
Tax reform approved by Congress in December cut the standard rate for C corporations to 21 percent from 35 percent, at once making U.S-based companies more competitive globally.
WeatherTech CEO David MacNeil believes that tax cuts were a great move for the economy, but he bemoans that there wasn’t a similar cut for S corporations or limited-liability corporations.
U.S. manufacturers are upbeat about the industry and forecast strong growth headed into 2018.
With Congress approving sweeping reforms and President Donald Trump poised to sign the Tax Cuts & Jobs Act into law, the next step for CEOs is maximizing the benefits for themselves and their organizations.
More than half of business leaders polled the 92nd Yale CEO forum in New York City last week believe President Donald Trump should sign the proposed tax reform package expected to be approved by Congress this week into law.
The tax reform plan currently being discussed in Congressional committee could provide a big boost to U.S. companies – and in particular small and medium-sized manufacturers.