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After the Auld Lang Syne: 2020 Estate Plan Resolutions

The ball has dropped, Auld Lang Syne's been sung, and we’ve all rushed out to sign up for that fitness membership that we've convinced ourselves

Make Sure to Let Your Tax Preparer Know About All Those Partridges

Egg-laying geese? French hens? Maids milking cows? Gifts from your “true love” were a whole lot different in 1780 when the Twelve Days of Christmas

Is California Regulating the Barrel to Eliminate the Spoiled Apple?

Does one rotten apple actually spoil the whole barrel? According to science, the answer is yes and according to the California legislature, the answer

Belsnickel is Coming… Are You A Nice Boy or Girl?

You know Dasher and Dancer and Prancer and… well pretty much every other holiday character that ever existed, but have you heard of Belsnickel?

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IRS Clarifies Uncertainty Surrounding Lifetime Gifting and Increased Basic Exclusion Amount Under TCJA

Over the past year, Schneider Downs has been busy tracking the drafting, passage and, as of late, the Internal Revenue Service's implementation of

Free Speech/Privacy Advocates Score Significant Victory with Changes to Form 990 Schedule B Disclosure Requirements

Advocates of free speech and personal privacy scored a significant victory with the Service's recent release of Revenue Procedure 2018-38. Effective

Congressional Research Service Releases Tax Policy Options on College Endowments

Educational institution endowments have come under attack from all sides lately. Whether it is the new excise tax on net investment income, a Congressman

Climbing AFRs Put Dormant Estate Planning Techniques Back on the Table

When considering federal estate tax planning, one of the most common objectives of the planner is removing assets from the taxpayer’s taxable estate.

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Be Sure You're Properly Completing Those Thrift Store Receipts

Stop me if this sounds familiar: you pull up to your local thrift store, pop open the trunk, hand the attendant two or three garbage bags full of donated

Be Sure Your QRPBI Properties Are Used IN Your Trade or Business

Last summer, the Internal Revenue Service (“IRS”) took a look at the gross income exclusion for forgiveness of qualified real property business

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