Gonzalo Freixes

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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?

How the final GOP tax bill will impact California

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