Category Archives: Tax Reform

Georgia Proposes Response to Federal Tax Reform

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Almost two months since the President signed the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) into law, state legislators across the country are still evaluating the federal tax law’s effects on state revenues and whether to amend state law in response. Introduced on February 12, Georgia’s Internal Revenue Code conformity bill for the 2018 tax year, HB 918, is one example of how states may respond to federal tax reform. HB 918 conforms to many of the provisions in the TCJA, including the $10,000 state and local tax deduction limitation and the treatment of net operating losses. Like at the federal level, [...]Read more

Tax Reform: Invitation to the Weekly Client Update from Alston & Bird

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With tax reform officially upon us, our subject matter experts will take a deeper dive into areas that are critical to your business, such as corporate taxes, international issues, executive compensation and employee benefits, and partnerships.   The 2018 call-in series will kick off on Tuesday, January 9. All seminars will start at 11am ET and last approximately 30 minutes. Click here to RSVP and receive the dial-in information.   [...]Read more

Senate Passes Tax Cuts and Jobs Act

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The Senate passed the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act in the early morning hours of Saturday, December 2, marking a major legislative win for the Republican majority.  The final vote on passage was 51-49, with Sen. Bob Corker (R-TN) the only Republican vote against, and no Democrats voting for the bill. A manager’s amendment making significant changes to the bill was adopted.  In addition, two other amendments were adopted, one by Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) allowing section 529 education plans to be used to pay for K-12 education expenses, including home schooling, and a Democratic amendment by Sen. Jeff [...]Read more