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US tax reform and its implications to Canadian businesses

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Signed on Dec. 22, 2017, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act represents the largest overhaul of the U.S. tax code since 1986, when the Tax Reform Act was signed into law. 

Many questions arise both for U.S.-owned companies and foreign-owned businesses to understand how the Act impacts their organization. In this one-hour on-demand webcast, RSM US professionals highlight key areas and questions to consider including:

  • Should I consider making some investments in the United States to take advantage of the 100 percent depreciation?
  • Does my loan with my US subsidiary still make sense if the U.S. has a lower tax rate?
  • Will my interest expense be limited or denied? Should I be reviewing my transfer policies?
  • Is now a good time to make an expansion into the US with increased credits and incentives opportunities?

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For more information, visit the U.S. Tax Reform Resource Centre at rsmus.com.

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