New president means more uncertainty, opportunity on the way
AICPA chief Barry Melancon called it “an election like no other.” Truer words have rarely been spoken.
We’ve elected a new president, one whose policies, personality, and world view will likely add significant new layers of complexity to our already changing and complex lives.
In the days since the election, a number of reports have been published that examine what Donald Trump’s victory means for businesses, tax reform, the economy, and the global community. More will undoubtedly surface in the weeks and months to come. In the name of anticipation, we’ll keep adding them to this list.
Read up. There are a ton of challenges here … and undoubtedly a good number of opportunities as well.
- Decision 2016: SourceMedia business scorecard (Accounting Today)
- What would Trump’s plan mean for corporate taxes? (Bloomberg)
- How will Trump pay for that huge tax cut? (CFO.com)
- What do the election results mean for tax policy? (The Tax Foundation)
- Election creates ‘very real possibility’ of tax reform (Accounting Today)
- Election results open the door for tax reform legislation (The Hill)
- Trump tax overhaul will create planning opportunities (Financial Planning)
- SEC widely expected to ease post-financial crisis rules in Trump's administration (The Wall Street Journal)
- The new DOL overtime rules may not survive Trump (The New York Times)
- Fiduciary rule 'in jeopardy' under Trump (Financial Planning)
- What Trump might mean for the economy (Fast Company)
- What the U.S. election could mean for global industry (CGMA)
- What to do with your money under a Trump presidency, from 10 financial advisors (Mashable)
- The world just got more uncertain and your strategy needs to adjust (Harvard Business Review)