CCH, a Wolters Kluwer business, provider of tax, accounting and audit software, has announced the release of its latest Special Tax Briefing, which analyzes the tax positions of both candidates for President and their potential impact on the future.
CCH’s Special Tax Briefing: 2012 Tax Policies of the Major Presidential Candidates describes President Barack Obama’s tax policies and former Governor Mitt Romney’s tax policies while taking a look at how the entire Tax Code could get reformed.
“The uncertainties facing taxpayers in 2013 are almost unprecedented in scope,” said CCH Principal Federal Tax Analyst, Mark Luscombe, JD, LLM, CPA. “With a combination of potential major events, including what many refer to as ‘taxmageddon’ and the ‘fiscal cliff,’ and the scheduled sunsetting of Bush-era tax cuts on December 31, 2012, the winner of the November presidential election and his tax policy will have a significant impact on all taxpayers across the country.”
In addition to the 2012 Tax Policies of the Major Presidential Candidates, CCH also has other Special Briefings that cover many significant tax developments and their impacts.