Decision shows restraint may be necessary if the Trump administration is to achieve its reform goals.
An openness to more capital investment was also expressed, though hiring plans have eased back.
The heads of J.C. Penny, Autozone and Dollar General are among leaders who will meet with administration officials today, as lobbying efforts heat up over tax reform.
The No. 1 desire of these mid-market CEOs was for the new president to make good—and quickly—on his promise to slash taxes.
American companies with international operations in Switzerland, including Caterpillar and Procter & Gamble, may be left questioning investment decisions after a national referendum result fanned tax rate uncertainty.
Any CEOs hopeful that Donald Trump's election will herald a golden age of strong economic growth may want to have a chat with their CFO.
The United States has appeared well down a list of the world's most business-friendly tax regimes, adding weight to calls from Donald Trump to cut corporate tax rates and slash red tape.
Tax season is behind us, but it’s never too early for businesses to plan for the future. One of the more recent changes that Congress has made to the tax code involves the accounting rules that apply to the first-year bonus depreciation of business equipment.
While there aren't yet any specific laws on the table, the corporate interest tax deduction is becoming an issue in the presidential election. Over the past year, candidates on both sides of the aisle have made proposals to limit the CIT as part adjustments to the tax code.
Okay, so it's no longer attractive to merge two large companies, then set sail for cheaper shores. You probably weren’t planning to anyway. But what most CEOs don’t realize is that the Tax Inversion Rule has additional ramifications that could affect all companies.