Most Corporate Tax Pros OK with Closing Some Loopholes, Ending Inversions

November 17, 2014
Lisa Travnik

The results on the Thomson Reuters Corporate Tax Department Pulse Survey are featured in CPA Practice Advisor. The survey found that an overwhelming majority of corporate tax professionals are in favor of lowering the U.S. corporate tax rate, even if that assumes giving up tax loopholes. Read the full article on CPA Practice Advisor.

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