Republicans Unveil Latest Tax Plan by Edward N. Cooper, CPA

Posted on November 13, 2017

House Republicans introduced on Nov. 2, 2017, the details of their plans for overhauling the tax code based on the vision outlined by the president a little over a month earlier. It is not expected that the plan will become the law in its present state, as lawmakers, lobbyists and other interested parties will debate, negotiate and potentially revise the plan before the New Year. Even with that in mind, following are some of the key provisions that lawmakers aim to achieve.

Individual Taxes

Business Taxes

The advisors and accountants with Berkowitz Pollack Brant will continue to monitor tax reform efforts and update our clients as opportunities become clearer.


About the Author: Edward N. Cooper, CPA, is director-in-charge of Tax Services with Berkowitz Pollack Brant, where he provides business- and tax-consulting services to real estate entities, multi-national companies, investment funds and high-net-worth individuals. He can be reached at the CPA firm’s Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., office at (954) 712-7000 or via email at