Lessons From the Tax Overhaul, a Year In

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Nearly a year after the federal government rewrote the corporate tax code, big U.S. companies are still moving warily. Much has changed: Smaller tax bills have boosted quarterly earnings. Stock buybacks are soaring, capital spending has risen, and hundreds of billions of dollars have flowed from foreign subsidiaries to their U.S. parent companies. But much remains in flux, too.

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By Francis, Theo, posted on Friday December 7, 2018

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