NCA CONNECT: 3 Ways the Tax Bill Could Challenge Your Club’s Employees, Senior Executives and Members

Published Friday, December 1, 2017

3 Ways the Tax Bill Could Challenge Your Club’s Employees, Senior Executives and Members

While the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act is expected to stimulate the economy and reduce tax burdens for many individuals and businesses (which should help private clubs), there are several provisions that could pose challenges to club staff, executives and members. Here are three ways the tax reform bill could affect your club.

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