DOES YOUR BUSINESS QUALIFY FOR THE NEW 20% TAX BREAK?
Tax Cuts & Jobs Act Provides a 20% Tax Break [to Some]
On December 20, 2017, Congress passed the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, designed to cut taxes on businesses, stimulate the economy and create jobs. While the long-term impact on the government’s deficit is unclear, what is certain is that many small business owners may benefit from kinder tax treatment under the new law
THE TAX CUTS AND JOBS ACT
THINGS TO CONSIDER
It’s unsure what the future will hold for the scooter-sharing service in Nashville. Given the history of regulating golf carts, it wouldn’t be surprising if Bird came before the city council by end of summer.
→ TAX CUTS AND JOBS ACT: Communications and Policy Details
→ THE CPA JOURNAL: First Look at the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act
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