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Uncertainties Continue in Tax Planning for 2018 - Part 5 July 11, 2018

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Uncertainties Continue in Tax Planning for 2018 - Part 5, High Point, North Carolina

We continue our series of blogs based on the article written by Mark A. Luscombe, CPA, JD, LLM, and published in Accounting Today, about the 14 areas that are open to interpretation due to the changes brought about by the Tax Cut and Jobs Act. 

Part 5 addresses international tax provisions including the transition tax. 


If you have any questions about your tax planning for your individual or business return, please contact your tax advisor at Sharrard, McGee & Co., PA at (336) 884-0410 in High Point or (336) 272-9777 in Greensboro. 

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