TCJA: Collection of Insights on the 2017 Tax Act

Articles, publications, podcasts, and videos from KPMG about the implementation of the 2017 tax legislation

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John P. Gimigliano

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This page archives KPMG insights about the implementation of the 2017 tax legislation – Pub. L. No. 115-97, commonly called the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA), starting after the signing of the new tax law by President Trump on December 22, 2017. Click on the down arrows to access past materials buy KPMG professionals.

KPMG Report on the 2017 Tax Law Enacted December 22, 2017

February 6, 2018

Includes analyses and observations regarding the myriad tax law changes in the 2017 tax law, commonly referred to as the Tax Cuts ad Jobs Act (or TCJA). The legislation includes substantial changes to the taxation of individuals, businesses in all industries, multinational enterprises, and others.

Links for hard copy holders of the above report

The above PDF version of KPMG's report includes links to background and resource documents. If you have a hard copy of the report, the text of these linked documents is in blue type. To access these materials, use the links below.

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TaxNewsFlash–Tax Reform

TaxNewsFlash–United States

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Unified Framework on Tax Reform

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KPMG's description and analysis of the Senate-passed bill

KPMG's Conference Agreement for H.R. 1 – Initial Observations

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KPMG International, Tax Rates Online

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H.R. 1 (text of the tax bill)

Conference agreement (explanatory statement)

JCX-67-17 (JCT estimates of the budget effects of the conference agreement on H.R. 1)

JCX-69-17 (Macroeconomic Analysis of the Conference Agreement for H.R. 1)

JCX-68-17 (Distributional Effects of the Conference Agreement for H.R. 1)

 

Latest insights

The TCJA Five Years Later: Federal Tax Issues

December 8, 2022

Listen to KPMG Washington National Tax principal, Jen Acuna, on this Tax Notes podcast episode, where she discusses how guidance for the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act is still evolving at the federal level five years later.

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