4 Things You Need to Know About the Border Adjustment Tax - Outdoor Industry Association
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4 Things You Need to Know About the Border Adjustment Tax

Products made in the U.S. and overseas could soon be subject to new tax laws. Here’s what we know so far.

By Rich Harper Mar 8, 2017

The proposed border adjustment tax—a sweeping change to the U.S. tax code— continues to be a hot topic in Washington, D.C., as Congress begins the heart of its legislative session. As I discussed in a previous article, the border adjustment tax as proposed by House Republicans could have dramatic impacts on your tax bill, depending on where you manufacture your product.

Not surprisingly, outdoor companies have a lot of questions about how the border adjustment tax would work and the likelihood that it will actually become law. A record number of OIA members tuned in for a webinar we put on recently on this issue and I wanted to share some of the questions from that session and others I have received from members.

Watch the recorded webinar now

Clearly, we got your attention, and the industry will be heavily engaged as the border adjustment tax makes its way through Congress.

 

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