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U.S. tax reform — navigating the changes

Willis Towers Watson’s insights on the tax reform landscape as U.S. policy changes unfold

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act was signed into law on December 22, 2017. Employers should review the law to identify opportunities and required changes.

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How Willis Towers Watson can help

Talk with a Willis Towers Watson senior strategist about contribution and benefit strategies that can help your organization be well positioned for changes that may occur. Our timely analysis and practical tips can help you successfully navigate the emerging business landscape.

Willis Towers Watson is not a law firm or tax advisor. We recommend you also consult with your legal and tax advisors as you consider potential actions.