2007 Tax Policy Forecast Survey Report

Miller & Chevalier Chartered today announced the results of the 2007 Tax Policy Forecast Survey measuring the current thoughts, perspectives, and attitudes of leading corporate tax executives on the direction of tax policy in the 110th Congress. The results reflect an opinion that while companies do not believe broad-based tax reform is imminent, the change in Congressional control will have a significant impact on tax policy for business in specific industries as revenue offsets are at a premium.
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