Some CEOs wasted little time in promoting President Trump’s tax-cut bill as a win-win-win for their workers as well as for their companies – and the country as a whole.
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.
The pass-through tax rate reduction could cause some reorganization and creative maneuvering as businesses wrap their heads around what will make the most financial sense moving forward.
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.
Learn why the U.S. Senate's failure to repeal the Alternative Minimum Tax as part of its tax reform bill has CEOs in certain sectors up in arms.
A new Chief Executive survey shows CEOs aren’t fully convinced the proposed GOP plan for repatriation of foreign profits will succeed in its goal to help stimulate the U.S. economy.
The CEO who chairs the National Association of Manufacturers sent a strong warning shot across the bow of the Trump administration and Congress at...
The Trump administration’s proposed tax reforms were unveiled today, but just how likely the proposed measures are to become law is still very much up in the air.
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Confidence levels, however, are still more positive than negative as the economy continues to chug along.