Director, Tax Strategies
On December 22, 2017, President Trump signed into law the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, the most significant tax legislation to be enacted in more than 30 years. The Act will affect all taxpayers, including individuals and businesses. While it has the potential to create a great deal of opportunity for you and your business, it also brings a level of uncertainty.
We are committed to providing information and resources to help you understand what the law means for you, as well as to keeping you informed as developments occur throughout the year. So be sure to check back over the next several months, as we will be adding to this page.
We invite you to contact our Tax Strategies team with any questions or for a conversation about how the legislation will impact you specifically.
State and Local Tax Alert: Pennsylvania’s EITC Program Provides Taxpayers with Safety Net
As part of the federal tax reform bill, the state and local tax itemized deduction was limited to $10,000. Fortunately, Pennsylvania has been a pioneer in the area of creating an alternative structure for the payment of tax liabilities through its Educational Improvement Tax Credit Program.
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act – What It Means For You and Your Business
A summary of the major provisions that could impact your business and personal tax liability.
Tax Planning Guide for Tax Year 2017
Strategies to make the tax laws work for you when filing your 2017 taxes.
Tax Cuts and Jobs Act Webinar: What Not-For-Profit Organizations Need to Know
Held on Tuesday, February 13
Watch the rebroadcast:
Tax Reform Seminar
Held on Monday, January 22
Watch the videos from the seminar:
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