Congress to finally debate tax reform

MASS OF CONFUSION: Steven Ursillo, managing director of West Warwick-based Sparrow, Johnson & Ursillo Inc., certified public accountants, business and technology consultants, describes the GOP tax-reform plan as a “mass of confusion.” He said people tried to predict what would happen with the last tax overhaul in 1986, only to see things pulled and added at the last minute. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
MASS OF CONFUSION: Steven Ursillo, managing director of West Warwick-based Sparrow, Johnson & Ursillo Inc., certified public accountants, business and technology consultants, describes the GOP tax-reform plan as a “mass of confusion.” He said people tried to predict what would happen with the last tax overhaul in 1986, only to see things pulled and added at the last minute. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
President Donald Trump’s tax plan pledges to reduce the complexity of the federal tax code, to benefit small businesses, corporations and middle-class Americans. But how much of what he promised can win approval from lawmakers this year remains uncertain, with a congressional recess looming ahead of the Thanksgiving holiday. The uncertainty has left local certified…

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