Prospective tax changes from President-elect Trump will cause companies to change how they allocate and distribute capital.
Though they sound good for corporate America, CFOs need to read the fine print of the Trump administration and House of Representatives proposals.
Some changes in 2016 have altered the picture somewhat for small and midsize companies.
On the upside: tax breaks and the post-election rally in the stock markets. On the downside: Trump’s protectionist plans and his “shock-like”…
The new administration's "prioritization of tax reform is potentially a huge plus for the equity markets," S&P says.
Marina company officers fail to escape responsibility for paying delinquent sales taxes.
A finding that a Washington state measure amounted to an illegal subsidy given the EU a partial victory in a trade battle with the U.S.
Close to 500 firms that received a comment letter regarding tax disclosures increased their provision for income taxes the following year.
A noted economist explains in detail why the president-elect's tax and spending proposals would have horrific consequences.
While Trump wants to close loopholes, many of them stem from public policy concerns — not “special interests.”