‘Serious Risk’ of Corporate Ad Tax Reform in Congress.
July 31, 2017
Anyone who’s filled out a tax form knows it’s all about the fine print, but with few details in hand about where tax reform efforts stand, the prospects of a so-called ad tax remain in play. So much so that the Association of National Advertising says there remains a “serious risk” that Congress will adopt a tax code that alters how marketers can write off their advertising investment.
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