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Margaret Amsden Discusses Tax Reform with Steve Hood, Host of Detroit Wants 2 Know

Posted on May 1, 2018 by

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Shareholder Margaret Amsden was invited to participate in a panel discussion about tax reform with Steve Hood, host of Detroit Wants 2 Know on Fox 2.  Margaret leads Clayton & McKervey’s tax department and has published a series of articles and presentations regarding tax reform.

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