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The EY Center for Tax Policy at Ernst & Young LLP is a one-stop resource for tax reform, policy and legislation. Our leaders, many of whom have held senior positions at the US Treasury Department and the Internal Revenue Service, provide forward-looking views on the drivers and business implications of today's most important tax policy and fiscal issues. We can help organizations track and assess tax policy and reform issues affecting their businesses, providing services that range from monitoring legislation and strategic planning to representation and economic modeling. To learn more about how we can help, click here.

 

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