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Making the Cut

After a chaotic legislative session, Congress delivered a massive overhaul to the tax code. But what does it mean for electrical contractors?

Please excuse the dust at Bret’s Electric for the next few months. In mid-May, the Frederick, Colo.-based electrical contractor moved from its original 5,000-square-foot facility to a new building twice that size across town. In addition to other efficiencies that extra space will create for the company, it will allow crews to begin prefabricating and get products out to clients more quickly, none of which would have been possible without the introduction of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of

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