This week’s article is by Mark S. Becker, Partner, CFO Edge, LLC.
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.
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…is while a BAT isn’t at hand, importers and exporters should address “what if’s” related to possible changes in cost, supply chain and tax areas.
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