The Los Angeles Times asked Marcum to partner on a project to see how the 2016 tax returns of selected readers would fare under the House and Senate tax reform bills.
Los Angeles Times
By James Rufus Koren
To try to figure out how Californians would be affected, we asked Times readers to provide us their 2016 tax returns. We then took a sampling of those returns, and with the help of accounting firm Marcum, applied key elements of the different tax plans passed by the House and Senate. The result is a set of hypothetical returns that show what taxpayers would have owed had either of those plans been law last year.
LA Office Managing Partner Rob Babek managed the project for Marcum.