With the uncertainty of the 2016 general election behind us, the votes counted in President-elect Trump’s favor, and both chambers of Congress controlled by the same political party, one would think we would have more clarity as to the changes in the law that lie ahead for businesses. Yet, the last few weeks have shown us that the uncertainty may continue as the transition team moves forward. While the President-elect assembles an administration and prepares to assume power, there are a number of legal issues that business owners should be aware of:
In addition, there has been speculation that business regulations in general will be overhauled, changes will be made to the Internal Revenue Code, and paid family leave will be implemented. While no changes will occur until the President-elect takes office, it would be wise to prepare for some adjustments. As you guide your business through the changes, or question how they apply to your company, please contact the attorneys at Dalton & Tomich to assist you.
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