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KPMG report: Economic considerations of Trump’s tax proposals

Economic considerations of Trump’s tax proposals

A report—U.S. Economic Update—examines the cyclical and structural backdrop that could affect the efficacy of Donald Trump’s plans as he enters the presidency.

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The discussion includes a look at Trump’s tax policies including proposals for lower individual (personal) and corporate taxes, and considers two offsets to pay for the tax cuts.

  • The first offset would be a change to the deductibility of interest.
  • The second offset would implement a “border adjustable tax.”

 

Read an updated 2017 report [PDF 266 KB] prepared by KPMG LLP: U.S. Economic Update: “Trump-o-nomics”—An exploration of the proposals

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