Despite the loss of political momentum in Congress for tax reform, corporate tax leaders are still making plans in case it happens, according to a new survey.

The survey findings, released Thursday at Ernst & Young LLP’s Ninth Annual Domestic Tax Conference in New York, found that uncertainty caused by legislative gridlock and the temporary nature of many tax code provisions continue to be top concerns about today’s corporate tax structure affecting businesses.

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