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Year-End Tax Planning for Businesses in the New Tax Environment

Year-End Tax Planning for Businesses in the New Tax Environment

Posted by Brian Kern on November 15, 2018

It can be advantageous to allocate additional time to year-end tax planning for your business. Why? This year, you must factor in changes from the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.

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Act Now to Cut Your 2018 Tax Bill

Act Now to Cut Your 2018 Tax Bill

Posted by Michē Needham on November 15, 2018

If you’d like to reduce your 2018 tax liability, consider taking these year-end tax planning steps now.

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Three Bills Form Tax Reform 2.0

Three Bills Form Tax Reform 2.0

Posted by Amanda Mooney on November 15, 2018

“Tax Reform 2.0” is the name that’s been attached to the latest round of proposed tax law changes. The House Ways and Means Committee just passed three specific tax bills. Learn more about them here.

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Claiming the New Employer Tax Credit for Family and Medical Leave

Claiming the New Employer Tax Credit for Family and Medical Leave

Posted by Brian Kern on October 18, 2018

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) establishes a new federal income tax credit for employers that provide qualifying paid family and medical leave benefits to their employees.

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Tax Law Allows Employees to Defer Income from Equity-Based Pay

Tax Law Allows Employees to Defer Income from Equity-Based Pay

Posted by Kerry Roets on October 18, 2018

Equity-based compensation can be a great way to reward and retain valued employees, especially for companies with limited cash on hand and the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) makes it even more advantageous.

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Tax Reform: Which Changes Are Temporary vs. Permanent?

Tax Reform: Which Changes Are Temporary vs. Permanent?

Posted by Brian Kern on October 18, 2018

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) includes a bevy of important tax changes for individuals and businesses, however, it's sometimes hard to keep track of which changes are permanent and which are scheduled to expire.

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Estate’s Interest in Split-Dollar Insurance Pact Valued at Cash Value

Estate’s Interest in Split-Dollar Insurance Pact Valued at Cash Value

Posted by William Allen on September 25, 2018

One complex estate tax case involved three separate rulings by the U.S. Tax Court. The case involved three split-dollar insurance agreements within one family. The court determined that the case revolved around a question of value and that the proper valuation of the estate's interest was the cash surrender value of the policies at the date of death.

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Tax-Exempt Organizations: IRS Provides Guidance on New UBTI Rule

Tax-Exempt Organizations: IRS Provides Guidance on New UBTI Rule

Posted by Michē Needham on September 25, 2018

The IRS recently issued much-needed guidance on how tax-exempt organizations should calculate unrelated business taxable income (UBTI) for each separate trade or business they operate.

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Beware of Unexpected Tax Liabilities Under New Accounting And Tax Rules!

Beware of Unexpected Tax Liabilities Under New Accounting And Tax Rules!

Posted by Douglas Muth on September 21, 2018

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) contains a provision that ties revenue recognition for book purposes to income reporting for tax purposes, for tax years starting in 2018. This narrow section of the law could have a major impact on certain industries.

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A Crucial Estate Planning Step to Take Immediately

A Crucial Estate Planning Step to Take Immediately

Posted by Megan Morris on September 21, 2018

Many people ignore estate planning because the federal rules keep changing and they don't think they have enough assets to be concerned about it, but there's one critical estate planning step you should take right now.

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