U.S. tax reform

The unfolding implementation of the 2017 tax legislation

John P. Gimigliano

John P. Gimigliano

Principal in Charge, Federal Legislative & Regulatory Services, Washington National Tax, KPMG US

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Tax Reform Webcasts

KPMG webcasts that examine key issues and developments surrounding potential tax reform


While the journey to major U.S. tax law ended with the enactment of Pub. L. 115-97— commonly referred to as the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA)—in December 2017, the implementation road carries on. Check back here frequently for ongoing insights about U.S. tax reform from KPMG LLP (KPMG) to help make staying abreast of developments easier.

Developments by Topic

KPMG's web-based index makes it easy to locate post-TCJA enactment developments, resources, and reports

TaxNewsFlash – Tax Reform

Get the latest on what's happening with tax reform as the implementation of the 2017 law continues

The New U.S. Tax Law

Summary and detailed reports, including select industry views, to help understand the new law

More insights about TCJA

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

Section 199A

Big Changes, Important Questions – Understanding the 20% business deduction for some business owners

Opportunity Zones

Section 1400Z – Understanding the potential tax benefits for businesses that invest in Qualified Opportunity Zones

About KPMG's tax reform services and modeling

KPMG's international tax reform analyzer
ITRA – Modeling the potential impact of tax reform
Meals and Entertainment Expenses
Helping organizations realize more of the tax advantages from their M&E expenses
Proposed Section 168(k) Regulations
Assisting clients with clarifying the depreciation deduction for qualified property
Qualified Opportunity Zones
Helping clients reinvest capital gains to unlock potential new tax savings
Tax Reform Impact Analyses
Assisting clients with analyzing the impact of the 2017 tax act
Treasury Tax Services
Helping to provide value when navigating complex cash management issues

Podcasts on fringe benefits after tax reform

Overviews of the rule changes for qualified transportation fringes (QTFs) and meals and entertainment (M&E) employer-provided fringe benefits.

Volume of TCJA regulations

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More than 3,300 pages of TCJA regulations have been released as of September 10, 2019

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