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Liz Clark

The Republican party’s framework for tax reform appears to be moving quickly — and rather quietly — toward a bill. The framework itself is quite high level at this point, but there are a few key areas that will absolutely impact higher ed institutions. According to Liz Clark, NACUBO’s director of federal affairs, more detail is likely coming which should clear up some of the vagaries in the framework as it exists today, but that detail will likely come with a very short window for analysis before it heads to a vote. Liz joins us on the show today to help us understand specific areas of concern and offers guidance for beginning the dialog in your institution now, so that you’re not caught off guard as the pace of this legislation picks up!

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