On the campaign trail, Donald Trump promised to reform the complex Tax Code, and now that he’s in office, some taxpayers are turning to their tax professionals for insight and advice about what to expect.

“Some [clients] asked on Nov. 9,” said Morris Armstrong, an Enrolled Agent and registered investment advisor at Armstrong Financial Strategies in Cheshire, Conn. “My clients are really wondering when [Trump] will put forth his plan, but then I have to explain to them that he first needs to get the key people to agree and then draft legislation, and then have the Senate come up with a similar version and then come up with something that all can agree on and that he feels will be best for the country.”

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