October 8, 2012
Kahn Presents The Competing Tax Policy Visions of Obama and Romney Today in the Cayman Islands
Jeffrey H. Kahn (Florida State) presents The U.S. Tax Landscape Under Pres. Obama Vs. Pres. Romney: Two Competing Visions of the Future of U.S. Tax Reform in the Cayman Islands today as part of the Cayman FInancial Review Speaker Series:
On November 6, 2012, U.S. voters will go to the polls and elect a president, either keeping Democratic nominee Barack Obama for four more years or electing Republican nominee Mitt Romney. While specifics are difficult to come by, we have a general sense of each candidate’s overall plan for tax reform. This presentation will focus on what we might expect in federal income tax reform, depending on who occupies the White House.
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