Proposed Changes To Corporate Tax Code Have Advertisers On Edge
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
A draft proposal by Sen. Max Baucus to change portions of the corporate tax code includes provisions that would halve the amount of ad expenses that firms can deduct immediately, a move that could negatively impact companies and the economy, according to lobbying group the Association of National Advertisers.
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