Brian Keegan: What are 2016's major tax trends?

Our tax expert gazes into his crystal ball

3rd January, 2016
"The Revenue will be more curious," according to Brian Keegan

Making predictions about tax is like making predictions about a traffic jam. You know it will happen, and you know you will be caught – the only variables are where and how long.

We already have the main tax law in place for 2016, along with two other pieces of tax law signed by the president late last year. Those other items defer changes to local property tax until 2019, and alter the way taxpayers...

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