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Cheetah for Tax Law is a new, online legal tax experience combining the resources of CCH, Aspen Publishers, and Kluwer International from Wolters Kluwer. Offering dynamic workflow, Cheetah for Tax Law combines authoritative content, expert analysis, practice tools, and current awareness for legal tax professionals to gain insights on today’s most challenging tax matters.
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Cheetah for Tax Law offers tax practice pages including Federal Tax, International Tax, State & Local Tax, and Estates, Gifts & Trusts Tax so you can access the content you need faster. Each practice page offers curated topical practice area libraries that include the most relevant resources and are fully customizable.
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Cheetah for Tax Law combines the trusted resources of CCH, Aspen Publishers, and Kluwer International from Wolters Kluwer. With the most comprehensive resources in the industry, we provide solutions that tax professionals have relied on for over 100 years, now re-envisioned on Cheetah for Tax Law.
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Cheetah™ Federal Tax Law Suite
Confidently advise clients with authoritative and expert guidance on federal tax matters.
Cheetah™ International Tax Law Suite
Accurate and timely information to support your international tax law practice.
Cheetah™ State and Local Tax Law Suite
Gain insights on today's most challenging state and local tax matters.
Cheetah™ Estates, Gifts and Trusts Tax Law Suite
Confidently advise clients on estates, gifts and trusts tax with authoritative content and guidance.
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2017 Tax Year-In-Review
Read a review of the most significant developments of 2017 starts with the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017, the first major "tax reform" law enacted since 1986. In spite of its overall drive toward a "more simple tax code," the new law has already created confusion over many of its provisions for individuals, and even more so for businesses. As taxpayers deal with these new rules, however, they must also address scores of other changes to the tax law that were made throughout 2017 by Congress, the IRS and the courts that directly impact the 2017 tax year. With the 2018 tax filing season coming up, knowing the impact of 2017 changes on about-to-be-filed 2017 tax-year returns is critical.
Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017: Get The Facts on what this landmark legislation means to you and your clients
The most sweeping change to the U.S. tax code in decades cleared Congress and was signed into law by President Trump on December 22, 2017. Download Wolters Kluwer’s Special Report detailing the "winners" and "losers" of this historic bill -- which calls for lowering the individual and corporate tax rates, repealing the ACA’s shared responsibility requirement, enhancing the child tax credit, and more.