tax reform Archive

Why Doubling the Standard Deduction Won’t Help Most Homeowners

One of the most talked-about provisions in the tax reform framework that the Trump Administration and Republican congressional leadership released a few weeks ago is the doubling of the standard deduction. Of all the changes the framework would make,...

Learn How Tax Reform Might Affect Your Business

Note: The tax reform webcast being hosted by NAR on this topic is postponed because of a scheduling conflict. Registrations are not being taken at this time. Sorry for any inconvenience.–Robert Freedman, director, multimedia communications, National Association of REALTORS®....
June 29, 2017

In a Long Tax Process, a Time to Stand Up

Tax reform is a topic that comes up every few years and now we’re at the beginning of another possible go-round, but this time it’s a little different because the Senate Finance Committee wants to start from scratch. That’s...
July 10, 2013

MID Platform Win Shows Impact of Activism

If you ever wondered whether getting involved in political activities is worth your time, consider the impact your real estate colleagues Shirley Wiseman and April Newland, among others, have just had on an issue that impacts more than 70...
August 23, 2012

Job Creation Tops Obama’s State of the Union

By Stacey Moncrieff, Editor in Chief, REALTOR® Magazine In his State of the Union address Tuesday night, President Barack Obama made scant reference to housing and no mention of the mortgage interest deduction. That was probably a wise move...
January 26, 2011