An 85 percent majority of corporate tax executives perceive tax reform as the biggest challenge they’re facing in the months ahead, according to a new survey.

The survey, by Bloomberg BNA, polled more than 250 corporate tax executives at public and private corporations around the country. Most of them perceive the overhaul of the federal tax code as their chief concern as they worry about the impact it will have on their companies. Over half the survey respondents are uneasy about some of the possible reforms, including proposals for a border adjustment tax, territorial tax system and limitations on interest deductions.

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