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The election pits Republican ex-Judge Roy Moore against Democratic former federal prosecutor Doug Jones.
Companies already are paying well below the 20 percent tax level targeted in the Republican reform plan, according to Yardeni Research.
Social media giant Facebook said on Tuesday it would start booking advertising revenue locally instead of re-routing it via its international headquarters in Dublin.
Individuals unlikely to see a boost in disposable income, hence, there is unlikely to be a large increase in consumer demand.
The Treasury Department on Monday released a very brief review of the Republicans' huge tax scheme.
Because of a quirk in the Senate-passed bill, the tax on capital gains may go up — and for some types of long-held assets.
Jim Cramer did his best to analyze the drivers behind the stock market's seemingly endless rally.
Goldman Sachs estimates New York City could lose up to 4 percent of its "top earners" if state and local tax deductions are eliminated.
In its quarterly survey, the National Association of Manufacturers found 94.6 percent of CEOs were positive about their company's outlook.
A private investigator pleaded guilty to misusing Trump's SSN to access his tax information before the election last year.
The business world wants to see tax reform become law, but business-owner talk about tax cuts is shaded by political bias.
The Treasury projects that the Republican tax plan would boost the real GDP growth rate to 2.9 percent over 10 years.
The bigger a small business is, the more bullish it is on Trump's tax reform plan, the CNBC/SurveyMonkey Small Business survey reveals.
Chuck Grassley says the GOP still needs to compromise on the treatment of the alternative minimum tax and state and local tax deductions.
The finance ministers of Britain, France, Germany, Italy, and Spain say US tax reform could contravene WTO rules.
Given the cost of employer-provided insurance, the GOP should address a major source of economic inefficiency, Craig Garthwaite says.
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