For many, the question isn’t whether we’ll have corporate tax reform this year, but when — and whether that reform will include a border tax. The answer to the latter is “Yes,” according to Tom Wheelwright, founder of accounting firm ProVision. “There’s no question about it.”

“Paul Ryan has been dying to do this for years, he has a Republican Congress behind him, and the Democrats don’t have a huge objection to it,” Wheelwright said. “We’ll get lower corporate tax rates, and a repatriation amnesty. And clearly, there will be some form of a border tax.”

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