Webinar: 2018 Tax Reform

Impact on Business Performance

Webinar: 2018 Tax Reform’s Impact on Business Performance

With the new 2018 tax reform in effect, many U.S. companies will immediately have more cash on hand due to the new lowered corporate tax rate. By the first earnings calls of 2018, the investment community will expect executives to have a clear plan for spending this profit.

While there might be pressure to spend that cash, the implications of the new tax code could have significant implications on the global economy. Based on growing threats, U.S. businesses will need to alter their investments and plan against these indicators.

In the 2018 tax reform webinar, Andrew Duguay, senior economist at Prevedere, will give an overview of these new threats and provide the do’s, don’ts and absolute no’s for U.S. businesses in 2018

About the Speaker

2018 Tax Reform
Andrew Duguay is a Senior Economist for Prevedere, a predictive analytics company that helps provides business leaders a real-time insight into their company’s future performance. Prior to his role at Prevedere, Andrew was a Senior Economist at ITR Economics. Andrew’s commentary and expertise have been featured in NPR, Reuters, and other publications. Andrew has an MBA and a degree in Economics. He has received a Certificate in Professional Forecasting from the Institute for Business Forecasting and Certificates in Economic Measurement, Applied Econometrics, and Time-Series Analysis and Forecasting from the National Association for Business Economics.

About Prevedere

Prevedere is an industry insight and predictive analytics company, helping business leaders make better decisions by providing a real-time view of their company’s future. Our external real-time insights engine constantly monitors the world’s data, identifying future threats or opportunities to business performance. Along with a team of industry experts, data scientist, and economists, Prevedere helps business leaders make the right decisions in an ever-changing world.

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