They Voted “Yes.” Now What?: A Guide to U.S. Tax Reform for Relocation Managers 12.20.2017 | Tim McCarney

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On Tuesday, December 19, and Wednesday, December 20, 2017, the U.S. Senate and House voted “yes” to pass the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.

This represents the most sweeping tax reform in over three decades in the United States. The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act now heads to President Trump for his approval and signature.

In our latest Client Advisory, Matthew Pascual of Weichert Mobility Tax Services offers commentary on the impacts for both U.S. Domestic and International mobility programs and recommend specific actions that can be taken by mobility managers to prepare proactively with their stakeholders for the tax law changes.

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Written by Tim McCarney

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Tim is Weichert’s Vice President of Marketing, responsible for keeping our brand strong and crafting our brand’s story. Outside of the office, he can often be found worrying about the Boston Red Sox.

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