GOP Tax Bills Still Free Of An Ad Tax
December 5, 2017
The media and advertising community isn’t yet ready to stand down. But it appears the threat of a so-called ad tax is quickly fading in Washington. Neither the House nor Senate versions of tax reform passed by the Republican majorities propose altering how businesses can write-off their advertising expenses.
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