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BAT & Tax Reform: How You Can Prepare

 
  Mark S. Becker, Partner, CFO Edge, LLC  
   
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Among tax reform ideas floated by the new administration and Republicans in Congress is a border adjustment tax - or BAT - that would incent American companies to manufacture fewer goods overseas and more goods here.

Elements of a BAT include removal of tax deductions for imported goods and making tax-free exports and other sales overseas, moves designed to increase and retain manufacturing jobs in the U.S.

While a BAT isn't at hand yet, importers and exporters should address "what if's" related to possible changes in cost, supply chain and tax areas.

Greater Los Angeles and Southern California executives leading firms that derive revenue from imports and exports can benefit from talking with a provider of outsourced CFO services.

A former enterprise CFO brings deep expertise in corporate tax strategy, supply chains and achieving the correct balance between short-term and long-term interests.

A primary goal of working with on-demand CFO is to maximize current tax opportunities while preparing for potential tax changes in ways that will reduce risks and continue to realize advantages.

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