Ernst & Young LLP poll asks corporate tax professionals about the House tax reform proposal
New York, 8 November 2017
Corporate tax professionals were polled during a November 2 webcast on the House tax reform proposal, hosted by Ernst & Young LLP. Most corporate tax respondents (65%) anticipate comprehensive US business tax reform is likely to happen in 2018, with almost half (45%) most interested in lower business income tax rates. Based on expectations, 46% are modeling the effects of proposals on operations, but only 9% are engaging with policy makers on aspects of the proposal. When do you think comprehensive US business tax reform is likely to happen?
When do you think comprehensive US business tax reform is likely to happen?
Which potential tax reform elements are of greatest interest to you?
Now that tax reform details are emerging, what actions are you likely to take?
The EY Policy Perspectives webcast provided a rapid response to the House tax reform bill’s release and what to expect next as the process unfolds. The panel included:
- Michael Mundaca, Ernst & Young LLP’s National Tax Department Co-Director and former Assistant Secretary for Tax Policy the US Treasury Department
- Ray Beeman, co-leader of the Washington Council Ernst & Young practice and former Tax Counsel and Special Advisor for Tax Reform with the US House Committee on Ways and Means and as well as Legislative Council for Congress’ Joint Committee on Taxation
- Cathy Koch, EY Americas Tax Policy Leader and former Chief Policy Advisor to the Senate Majority Leader for Tax and Economics as well as Tax Chief on the Finance Committee
- Jose Murillo, Partner with Ernst & Young LLP’s International Tax Services practice in the National Tax Department and formerly part of the US Treasury Department's Office of Tax Policy.
Click here for a replay of the webcast.
The polling analysis does not include EY respondents.
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