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Tax Reform: A Common Sense Approach

Posted on March 27, 2018 by

Clayton & Mckervey

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Shareholder Margaret Amsden presented A Common Sense Approach to Tax Reform during C&M’s March 22 CFO Roundtable. This event was one of many presentations the firm has given on the topic. Content includes individual, corporate and international tax considerations.

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