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Additional Opportunity Zone Regulations Issued

On April 17, the IRS finally issued additional guidance (the 4/17 proposed regulations) concerning qualified opportunity zone (QOZ) investments following

Significant Tax Savings Available Using Qualified Opportunity Zones: Proposed Regulations Issued

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) finally issued much needed guidance, in the form of proposed regulations, on Qualified Opportunity Zones (QOZs). The

Business Meals Remain Deductible

On Wednesday, October 3, 2018, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) issued Tax Notice 2018-76 confirming our conclusion reached in March 2018 that certain

The interplay of the new charitable deduction regulations and state and local tax credits

There is a lot of concern, and possibly even misconceptions, regarding the (practical) impact of the proposed charitable contribution regulations that

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IRS Releases Proposed Regulations on the 20% Qualified Business Income Deduction for Flow-through Businesses

On August 8, the Treasury Department and Internal Revenue Service released long-awaited regulations on the 20% deduction for pass-through businesses whose

Investment in Opportunity Zones Can Yield Significant Tax Benefits (Part 1 - Introduction)

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (the “Act”) signed into law back in December contains a number of tax beneficial provisions. One that should catch

A Tax Cut and Jobs Act Call for Guidance on Implementing the 20% Qualified Business Income Deduction

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (the Act), enacted December 22, 2017, provided many taxpayer-friendly benefits, including a 20% deduction against flow-through

Tax Provisions Included in Federal Spending Bill

On Friday March 23, Congress passed the Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2018, H.R. 1625 (the Act), a $1.3 trillion spending bill designed to keep the

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Federal Government's Appetite for Revenue Nibbles Away at Tax Deductible Meals

With apologies to William Shakespeare, a big tax question vexing many business owners these days is not, “To be or not to be?” but, rather,

Tax Reform and Payment of Taxes Prior to December 31, 2017

With passage of the new tax reform bill, a number of tried-and-true year-end tax planning strategies have suddenly taken on added significance. Due to

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