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Legal Alert: The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, Final Cut: A Methods-Based Review of the Tax Bill

View the Eversheds Sutherland Legal Alert discussing the particular provisions of the Final Tax Reform Bill that fall under the umbrella of income tax accounting and accounting methods, and the potential impact such reforms will have on corporate taxpayers,...

Legal Alert: The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, Take Three: A Methods-Based Review of the Senate’s Initial Draft of Tax Reform Legislation

View the Eversheds Sutherland Legal Alert comparing the tax accounting and accounting method provisions of the initial Senate proposal that differ from the final legislative language passed by the Senate Finance Committee...

Legal Alert: The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, Take Two: A Methods-Based Comparison of the Senate and House’s Tax Reform Plans

View the Eversheds Sutherland Legal Alert comparing accounting method issues in the House and Senate versions of H.R. 1 here.

Legal Alert: The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, Take One: A Methods-Based Overview of the Initial Draft of the House Tax Bill

View the Eversheds Sutherland Legal Alert discussing accounting method issues in H.R. 1 here.

Senate Approves Budget, Easing Path Toward Tax Reform Legislation

The Senate approved a budget for 2018 with language permitting a simple majority vote on tax legislation through reconciliation. The budget language allows tax legislation to add up to $1.5 trillion dollars to the deficit over a decade, which the budget blueprint balances by assuming greater economic growth, cuts in spending and an accounting method that does not include Social...