MoFo U.S. Tax Reform Tracker

The Tax Reform Act of 1986 was the last serious effort in United States federal income tax reform. Since then there has been a presidential commission focused on tax reform, thousands of pages of academic literature and much discussion regarding U.S. tax reform. However, since 1986 there has been no fundamental change in our federal income tax system. With last November’s election of Donald Trump as president, fundamental U.S. tax reform is back on the table. Whether or not it turns into reality, is scaled back or flounders will be the subject of much debate over the next months.

To help our clients understand and put the current tax reform efforts in perspective, we’ve created the MoFo U.S. Tax Reform Tracker to provide access to the latest U.S. tax reform developments as well as everything publicly available on tax reform that has been written in the last 30 years. Our goal is to put in one place everything about U.S. tax reform in order to help guide our clients through the current tax debate in the United States.

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MoFo U.S. Tax Reform Tracker

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