The first 100 days of the new Administration are a time of intense legislative and regulatory activity. Key priorities include tax reform, which may substantially affect provisions important to mobility such as tax rates, the moving expense deduction, the home sale capital gains exclusion, and the mortgage interest deduction; trade agreements such as NAFTA, which may undergo revision, and potential tariffs on companies relocating overseas; immigration, including possible restrictions on work visas such as the H-1B that are important to mobility; and changes to the Dodd-Frank act to loosen the definition of a qualified mortgage and limit the power of the CFPB. This timely update from Worldwide ERC®’s Government Affairs Adviser and its Tax Counsel will cover these and other breaking developments as Congress and the Administration move to implement new policies during the first 100 days.
Government Affairs Adviser
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