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Tax Reform and how the NASE is demanding simplification and fairness for small business owners.

Tax Reform and how the NASE is focused on simplification and fairness. Contact your congressman and voice your opinion today.

Posted on 3/22/2018

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Keith Hall

Keith R. Hall

Keith was born and raised in Dallas, Texas and graduated from the University of Texas at Austin in 1981. He began his career with the public accounting firm of KPMG and has worked with and on behalf of the NASE since 1991. Of his many duties with the NASE, his passion remains answering tax and financial questions every day directly from NASE members via Ask the Experts.

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