Ad Tax Still a Huge ‘TBD’ Issue in Congress

September 28, 2017

Congressional Republicans have released their long-awaited blueprint for tax reform and the question of whether the deduction on advertising will be rolled back in the sweeping proposal remains unanswered. The framework calls for “closing special interest tax breaks and loopholes” to help pay for cutting the top corporate tax rate from 35% to 20%.

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