After years of debate, tax reform has arrived. The late-year 2017 passage and signing of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) has reshaped the business and individual tax landscape. The TCJA provides excellent tax opportunities for businesses of all sizes to invest in general aviation aircraft, but requires careful planning and review to ensure that deductions are preserved. Below you will find a few highlights of the new law, along with discussion points to consider with a trusted advisor.
Potential Cuts to Business Taxes May Make Deductions More Valuable This Year
One of the central promises of the new administration has been long-awaited tax reform. President Trump has promised imminent executive action outlining the tax reform priorities that he will pursue, and with a Republican Congress in place, some version of tax reform is likely either in 2017 or in early 2018. While it is difficult to “read tea leaves” there are some commonalities between the Congressional tax reform agenda and the campaign promises of the President that signal significant relevant changes to corporate and small business taxation.