Category: Jeb Bush

Trump’s Corporate Tax Reforms: What CFOs Need to Know

While Trump wants to close loopholes, many of them stem from public policy concerns — not “special interests.” After a dramatic upset victory in one of the most bitterly contested presidential races in recent history, Donald Trump now has some serious work to do. His corporate tax policies—which are vital...

Previewing US Tax Reform

The latest Tax Reform Business Barometer survey, issued by The Tax Council and Ernst & Young, found that tax professionals expect Congress to approve tax reform legislation no earlier than 2017, with most congressional leaders having all but given up hope that tax reform is achievable in the remainder of...

Bush would remove tax loophole targeted by Dems

Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush has outlined a tax reform plan that would raise taxes on some private equity managers and other investors. In doing so, the plan would fulfill a goal often called for by liberal tax analysts and, more recently, fellow Republican candidate Donald Trump. Bush’s tax plan,...

United States: Tax Policy Update – July 29, 2015

First it was three years, now it’s three months. The Senate’s attempt to pass a multiyear highway bill ran off the road this week after House Republicans announced they will adjourn one day early for the month-long August recess. The House’s early departure forced the Senate to acquiesce to a...

US Republican presidential hopeful Jeb Bush uses UK fund that could lower his American tax bill

Jeb Bush, a front-runner to become the Republican Party’s next presidential nominee, has used Britain to set up a private equity fund that could possibly allow it to avoid paying tax in America. The potentially damaging revelation was uncovered by the financial news wire Bloomberg and could pose a serious...