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President-elect: tax reform

As the media organizations called the election over the weekend, notwithstanding legal challenges, US President-elect Joseph Biden is scheduled to officially commence his duties on January 20, 2021.

The Senate, currently a Republican majority, will have January 2021 runoffs in Georgia, that will determine the majority. This majority is key as to how much, or little, tax legislation will be passed the next four years.

It is anticipated that Joseph Biden will strive to increase the US federal income tax rate, and reverse part of the US TCJA provisions.

This new legislative agenda will be both interesting and exciting, as well as the DST push by OECD and UN for their separate proposals.

The attached Tax Foundation is an excellent place to start, for an overview.

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