On December 22, 2017, President Trump signed the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act into law, launching the most significant tax reform in over 30 years. The new law significantly impacts citizens and companies alike in both their domestic and foreign income and assets.
Willie H. Hornberger, with the help of a team of Jackson Walker attorneys, has reduced everything you need to know about the 2018 Tax Reform into a single page. A single interactive page that is. Those who are interested in what the new tax system means to them can scan one page for tax implications that may affect them, click the subject of interest, and be taken directly to that area of the 233-page PowerPoint presentation. We believe this is the first Interactive Analysis of the Tax Reform Law available online.
Willie and Jason B. Freeman of Freeman Law used the PowerPoint for their webcast presentation entitled “2018 Tax Reform: What You Need to Know Now” given for the State Bar of Texas and Texas Law Center on January 23, 2018. The webcast provided an overview of the reform provisions with particular attention to the issues that will affect attorneys and their clients including, specifically, the impact of the corporate and pass-through tax changes and overhaul of the international tax system. The webcast will be archived and available for purchase at TexasBarCLE.com.
Download the complete interactive document:
The presentation can also be found on the on the TaxProf Blog, one of the most noteworthy blogs in the tax industry.
Meet the Authors
For nearly 30 years, William H. Hornberger has practiced in the areas of tax, transactional, international and corporate law at Jackson Walker and has loved every minute of it! Willie’s tax practice has touched nearly every area of the tax law, including corporate, partnerships and LLCs, international, real estate, corporate, oil and gas, bankruptcy, tax credit and tax controversy and procedural matters.
Recognized for his depth of expertise in state tax matters, Steven D. Moore is one of the state’s leading attorneys for guidance on the Texas margin tax and he frequently speaks on this topic, with ongoing commitments for presentations to Texas State Bar and University of Texas CLE programs. Steve advises multi-state businesses, and regularly provides tax strategy advice relating to business mergers, acquisitions, and divestitures.
During his more than 40 years of practice, R. Thomas Groves, Jr. has realized that in providing estate and wealth planning services for his clients, each client must be recognized as being unique and he endeavors to recommend and help implement plans that are addressed to the client’s own goals and objectives and his or her personal family and financial situation. For Tom, the most important times that he spends during his consultations with clients is when he is listening to his clients.
Brady J. Cox is an associate in the Wealth Planning group of Jackson Walker’s Dallas office. Prior to joining the firm, Brady attended the New York University Tax LL.M. program where he studied taxation of corporations, partnerships, non-profit entities, and international tax. Brady has also interned for the IRS Chief Counsel office where he worked on estate tax, small business, and non-profit issues.
Chris Saddock is an associate in the Tax practice group. He advises clients on a variety of tax matters, including tax structuring for inbound investments, estate and related planning for high net worth individuals and families, FATCA compliance, pre-Immigration tax planning for non-resident aliens, and utilization of international tax treaties in planning tax efficient structures.
The authors gratefully acknowledge the outstanding and creative work of Norma Alonzo, Legal & Administrative Assistant, and Brenda Wilmer, Document Specialist/Projects Coordinator, at Jackson Walker in the preparation of this online interactive version of the tax reform plan.