Spring 2018 issue of Horizons
Chairman & Managing Partner John F. Herber, Jr., CPA, CGMA
The New Federal Tax Law has a Big Impact...Even on Each State
Chicago Managing Partner Christopher J. Langley, CPA
Tax Reform: Diving into International Waters
Denver Managing Partner Michael T. Lewis, CFA, CGMA
Denver Resident Manager Gregory P. Osborn, CPA, CGMA
MANUFACTURING & DISTRIBUTION
New Tax Law has Direct, Positive Impact on the Construction Industry The new tax law has positive impacts on the construction industry and its owners.
New Tax Law Won’t be a Deal Killer for Private Equity The Act shifts the way deals are done and creates uncertainty with selecting an entity type.
Manufacturers and Distributors Feel Effect of Sweeping Tax Reform
Kansas City Managing Partner Todd R. Pleimann, CPA, CGMA
Key changes from the Act and how businesses can prepare for the adjustments.
Las Vegas Managing Partner Glenn L. Goodnough, CPA, CFE
Municipalities Feel the Pinch When Complying with the New Tax Law State and local government entities can expect impacts on their ability to finance operations.
Tax Cuts and Jobs Act: A Healthcare Perspective Immense changes expected for the healthcare industry with the new tax law.
Tax Law Impact to the Not-For-Profit and Colleges and Universities Sectors Nonprofits may consider new tactics for donations as fear builds from the new tax law.
St. Louis Managing Partner Frederick R. Kostecki, CPA, CGMA
Editor – Dawn M. Martin Art Director – Jen Chapman Designer – Brendan Coleman
New Tax Law Highlights: The Impact on Law Firms and Their Partners Highlights from the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 and how law firm partners are affected.
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