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Tax Reform and its Impact on Health Care and Senior Living Finance
1/8/2018

Tax Reform and its Impact on Health Care and Senior Living Finance

Tax reform had a wild ride in 2017. Reform advocates were bullish as the year began, citing one-party control of Washington, a president willing to take risks, and a speaker of the house with a detailed plan as reasons why a package would pass by March. By mid-year, following multiple failed attempts to repeal Obamacare and a litany of oxygen-sucking scandals, tax reform passing in 2017 suddenly seemed far-fetched. That outlook changed again, however, as the year ended with a mad dash by the GOP to notch a legislative win. The result was a comprehensive tax reform bill on the president’s desk by Christmas. Below, we take a look at key provisions in the bill and detail how seniors housing and health care providers looking for capital financing in 2018 can be prepared for the impending changes.

12/28/2017

Webinar: Tax Reform and its Impact on Healthcare & Senior Living Finance

A free webinar for CEOs, CFOs, Boards Members and other decision makers at nonprofit healthcare and senior living facilities.

Tax Reform Uncertainty and the Low-Income Housing Tax Credit Market
6/8/2017

Tax Reform Uncertainty and the Low-Income Housing Tax Credit Market

Comprehensive tax reform is one of those things that politicians often talk about, but few in Washington actually believe will ever happen. After all, the last bipartisan comprehensive tax reform achievement occurred over 30 years ago, a distant past when politicians still reached across the aisle to pass major legislation. Now, with partisanship as strong and bitter as ever, it would take a myriad of factors to get to a place where tax reform is even a possibility. Setting the stage for comprehensive tax reform would likely require one-party control of both the House and the Senate, a president from that same party who is willing to take big risks, and a speaker of the house with a detailed plan. To the surprise of many, that’s exactly where we stand as 2017 unfolds.

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