Border Adjustment Tax (BAT) is not a tariff, it is much more complex than a simple tariff. “Border-adjustment would change how those profits are calculated. Accountants could no longer deduct imports—say, goods brought in from China—as costs. And their exports would no longer count as revenues. For tax purposes, “profits” would be domestic sales minus […]
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