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How Could Small Business Tax Policy Change Under President Trump?

By MarksNelson on November 15, 2016 in MarksNelson in the News, Sarah Schiltz CPA, MSA, Tax

Thinking Bigger, How Could Small Business Tax Policy Change Under President Trump?, November 15, 2016

The election of President-elect Donald Trump and a Republican-controlled Congress could mean big changes to federal tax rules for small businesses. Many of them could be positive, though there are some caveats.

Sarah Schiltz, CPA, a manager at accounting firm MarksNelson, talked with Thinking Bigger Business Media about some of the policies that were part of the incoming president’s platform during his campaign.

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