The version of the tax reform bill approved narrowly by the U.S. Senate last week includes a provision that would allow employers to take a tax credit if they provide employees with at least two weeks of paid family and medical leave. Assuming the Senate and House of Representatives work out the differences between their two bills and tax reform becomes law, the incentive provision has a good chance of being included in any final package.  

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