Heating, Air-conditioning & Refrigeration Distributors International (HARDI) applauds the introduction of the proposed tax reform package framework jointly put forth by the House Committee on Ways & Means, Senate Finance Committee and the White House.

“We acknowledge that specific details on the provisions included in the framework are forthcoming, but certain provisions such as Estate Tax repeal, Alternative Minimum Tax (AMT) repeal and broad capital expensing are in line with HARDI Advocacy efforts,” says HARDI CEO Talbot Gee. “We are optimistic about the details to come on these provisions and we look forward to working with Congress on a much-needed update to a tax code that has been virtually left unchanged for decades.”