Posted by on June 08, 2017
This article examines these newly released IRS guidance on the latest iteration of the research and development tax credit, which contains contains some enhancements that make it more attractive to manufacturers.
Posted by Julia Huston on June 08, 2017
Summer — the traditional wedding season — is just around the corner. Marriage changes life in many ways. Here’s how it may affect your tax situation.
Posted by Brian Kern on June 08, 2017
Distinguishing between capital and ordinary gains and losses is an important issue, and typically, how to classify gains and losses from selling an asset is fairly straightforward - but not always.
Posted by Bryan Staniszewski on May 23, 2017
As you formulate and adjust your succession plan, your insurance policies can serve as a critical safeguard.
Posted by Robert Ingrasci on May 19, 2017
Donors of large gifts often put restrictions on their donations. Such gifts are subject to extensive IRS regulations. This article looks at various types of restrictions and how they can affect a donor’s ability to take a tax deduction.
Posted by Angela Miles on May 17, 2017
No pressure, but the decisions you make about spending and saving as a young adult can mean the difference between struggling for the rest of your life and building a solid financial future.
Posted by Megan Morris on May 17, 2017
Read the basics of higher education credits as well as two relevant Tax Court cases and recent regulations that you should consider when claiming the American Opportunity and Lifetime Learning credits.
Posted by Timothy Bubar on May 16, 2017
Tax Day gives many people the urge to purge their file cabinets of extraneous financial records. But some people hold on to personal and business data indefinitely, because they don’t want to be caught off guard by an unexpected IRS inquiry. Here are basic records retention guidelines for individual and business taxpayers to help reduce the mounds of paperwork that are collected over the years.