May 16, 2019

Bloomberg News quoted Partner Jeffrey Winkleman, partner-in-charge of Corporate Tax Compliance and Planning, about Senator Marco Rubio’s proposed plan for taxing corporate stock buy-backs.

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Bloomberg News quoted Partner Jeffrey Winkleman, partner-in-charge of Corporate Tax Compliance and Planning, about Senator Marco Rubio’s proposed plan for taxing corporate stock buy-backs. Tax & Business

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But Rubio’s plan isn’t enough to turn corporations off from buybacks, one of the favorite ways to spend extra cash, said Jeffrey Winkleman, partner-in-charge of corporate taxation at accounting firm Marcum. “It’s not like all of a sudden there will be no buybacks or dividends,” he said. If Rubio’s plan became law “you might have some companies thinking twice, but you’re not going to see it stop.”

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Jeffrey  Winkleman

Jeffrey Winkleman

Partner-in-Charge, Corporate Taxation

  • Tax & Business
  • Philadelphia, PA