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Stones in water
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Where angels fear to tread: An essay on tax legislation
Many states are finding that their governments (and voters) aren’t as divided as they are at the federal level. What will this mean going forward?
William W. Henson
Blog July 07, 2017 1 min read
Target game
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IRS and Mexican tax authority announcement simplifies transfer pricing
If your maquila operations have recently been subject to a transfer pricing adjustment by Mexican tax authorities, good news: Under certain circumstances, you can obtain a corresponding adjustment in the United States and avoid being taxed twice.
William W. Henson
Blog June 28, 2017 1 min read
Image of a stone wall
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Tax reform proposal vague by design?
As Ms. Manners, a.k.a. Judith Martin, recommends, “If you can’t be kind, at least be vague.” The Trump administration’s latest tax proposal is both kind to taxpayers and vague. The vagueness is by design, according to Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin, to allow the President room to negotiate with Congress.
William W. Henson
Blog May 02, 2017 1 min read
Image of a road
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Border tax uncertainty highlights range of possible implications
Economists, policymakers, and business owners hold differing views of the border tax and its possible impact — for better and worse.
William W. Henson
Blog April 25, 2017 2 min read

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