Gonzalo Freixes

UCLA Anderson School of Management

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Pofessor of accounting and taxation, and associate dean of MBA programs at the UCLA Anderson School of Management.

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After months of dealmaking and partisan bickering, the House  has passed  its finalized tax bill. What exactly will this mean in California?

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