Pass-through tax guidance delayed until end of July

THE U.S. TREASURY DEPARTMENT has delayed guidance on the rules outlining which businesses structured as S corporations, partnerships and limited liability companies can claim a 20 percent tax deduction, likely until the end of July. / BLOOMBERG FILE PHOTO/DANIEL ACKER
THE U.S. TREASURY DEPARTMENT has delayed guidance on the rules outlining which businesses structured as S corporations, partnerships and limited liability companies can claim a 20 percent tax deduction, likely until the end of July. / BLOOMBERG FILE PHOTO/DANIEL ACKER
NEW YORK - U.S. Treasury Department rules outlining which businesses structured as S corporations, partnerships and limited liability companies can claim a 20 percent tax deduction are likely to be delayed until the end of July, according to a senior administration official. The regulations, which will determine how many so-called pass-through businesses can take advantage…

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