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Rules for Reporting Employee Health Coverage

Rules for Reporting Employee Health Coverage

Posted by Kathryn Mellon on August 09, 2022

Form 1095-C is filed with the IRS and provided to employees of “applicable large employers” who are full-time employees. Which employers are affected and what must they do?

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4 Tips for Working With A Resource-Constrained Internal Revenue Service

4 Tips for Working With A Resource-Constrained Internal Revenue Service

Posted by Timothy Bubar on June 07, 2022

Federal tax professionals working to resolve issues with the IRS can attest to the multifaceted impacts of the agency’s resource constraints on taxpayer service. The signs are evident, for example, in the long wait times for calls to be answered, tax return processing delays and increased instances of penalties being assessed against compliant taxpayers. Perhaps most frustratingly, IRS examinations that could have been resolved cooperatively with an adequately staffed agency have become unnecessarily prolonged and, in some cases, contentious.

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Five Methods to Forecast Sales and Capital for Growth

Five Methods to Forecast Sales and Capital for Growth

Posted by Jonathan Roller on January 17, 2022

Start the year off right with reliable financial forecasts. Here are five questions to guide you through the process.

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Gauge Real Time Financial Performance

Gauge Real Time Financial Performance

Posted by Jonathan Roller on December 27, 2021

What are the keys to your company’s success? Read on to help unlock the answer.

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Five Benefits - Automating the Accounting and Bookkeeping Process

Five Benefits - Automating the Accounting and Bookkeeping Process

Posted by Timothy Bubar on December 23, 2021

If your business hasn’t gone digital yet, it could be missing out on these five key benefits.

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The Impact of Divorce on Your Estate Plan

The Impact of Divorce on Your Estate Plan

Posted by Robert Ingrasci on December 15, 2021

A divorce is a life event that calls for an estate plan review and possible revisions.

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Business Owners: Understand the Tax Implications of Divorce

Business Owners: Understand the Tax Implications of Divorce

Posted by Robert Torella on August 26, 2021

Divorce may have tax implications for the spouses involved, especially if one or both of them owns a business. Here are some of the issues involved.

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2021 Rules for Spousal IRAs

2021 Rules for Spousal IRAs

Posted by David Schlein on July 07, 2021

Married spouses who don’t work outside the home may still be able to contribute to an IRA. Here are the rules for 2021 for spousal IRAs.

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Protect your Assets with a “Hybrid” DAPT

Protect your Assets with a “Hybrid” DAPT

Posted by Cheryl A. Jankowski on June 01, 2021

If you’re refocusing your estate planning from reducing estate tax liability to increasing asset protection, consider a “hybrid” domestic asset protection trust.

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Is Social Media Subject to Discovery?

Is Social Media Subject to Discovery?

Posted by Benjamin Schuver on May 03, 2021

Data stored on social media platforms may be fair game in pre-trial discovery — even if the user limits access to personal posts. Many courts have decided that private isn't necessarily the same as not public, and they're granting discovery requests to obtain relevant social media evidence in civil cases.

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