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Tax Analysts -William Hoffman – 12/27/2017 “I don’t want to minimize the importance of the bill, but we’ve got this,” David Williams, chief tax officer and executive director of Intuit, told Tax Analysts. See the full article on Tax Analysts

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The largest piece of tax reform legislation in more than three decades has been signed into law.  The bill’s provisions will affect virtually all taxpayers, although for most people, the bill does not affect their taxes for 2017 (the ones they file in 2018). That said, many folks are wondering what’s in the bill and…

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More than four million U.S. taxpayers are directly engaged in the sharing economy, making everyday tasks like ordering household items, getting a ride to the airport and renting a vacation home easier for the rest of Americans. While being a member of this new era workforce is beneficial in a lot of ways – from…

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Intuit Statement on Tax Reform

Intuit is pleased Government is taking up tax reform and tax simplification and moving toward Congressional consideration of this critical priority.  We recognize that these issues will evolve as Congress works through the legislative process. Intuit has long advocated for tax simplification for individuals, families, small businesses and the self-employed.   Our mission to “Power…

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As our elected representatives begin the difficult but essential task of reforming our tax code, we strongly encourage them to keep tax simplification as the centerpiece of any reform package. Simplification of the tax code is beneficial to taxpayers across the country. The appeal of simplification starts with empowering every individual and small business to…

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Talking Tax Reform: The Tax Code as a Barrier to Entrepreneurship

In the third event of the Talking Tax Reform series, the Tax Foundation hosted a special panel, sponsored by the Intuit Tax & Financial Center, on how we might craft business tax policies that don’t act as barriers to entrepreneurship. Tax Foundation President Scott Hodge moderated the panel of four of today’s leading experts: Scott Greenberg, Director of Federal Projects, Tax…

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For much of our history, most Americans lived in family units consisting of two parents, married to each other, with one or more dependent children all living together under the same roof. For families living in those times, many things were simpler, including the ability to decipher the tax code and file an accurate tax…

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Talking Tax Reform: A Modern Tax Code for Modern Families

In the second event of the Talking Tax Reform series, the Tax Foundation hosted a special panel, sponsored by the Intuit Tax & Financial Center, on simplifying our outmoded tax code to accommodate today’s complex family situations. Tax Foundation President Scott Hodge moderated the panel of four of today’s leading experts: Elaine Maag, Senior Research Associate, Urban Institute Kyle Pomerleau,…

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Talking Tax Reform: A Discussion of Border Adjustability & Cash-Flow Taxes

  In the first event of the Talking Tax Reform series, the Tax Foundation hosted a special panel sponsored by the Intuit Tax & Financial Center on Border Adjustability, Cash Flow Taxes, and U.S. Companies, or what is now commonly referred to by #DBCFT (Destination Based Cash Flow Tax). Tax Foundation President Scott Hodge moderated the panel of three of…

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Both the new Congress and the new administration have stated their deep commitment to enacting meaningful tax reform in 2017.  We recognize this will not be easy, nor will it happen without significant compromises on all sides. We also recognize that agreeing on a process of reform may be as challenging as the actual reform…

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