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KPMG report: New tax law (H.R. 1)—Initial observations

KPMG report: New tax law (H.R. 1)—Initial observations

The president today signed into law H.R. 1, originally known as the “Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.”


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The legislation includes substantial changes to the taxation of individuals, businesses in all industries, multi-national enterprises, and others.

KPMG has prepared a 167-page report that examines the provisions in the new tax law and provides observations.


Read the KPMG report: New tax law (H.R. 1) – Initial observations [PDF 1.4 MB]

Read more on KPMG's TaxNewsFlash website on the new tax law.

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