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Sharon Reisman | 8.12.2020

Tracking The 2020 Presidential Tax Plans

With COVID-19 going on and having no end in sight, it might be a little bit difficult to remember that this is an election year. There will be, after all,

IRS Micro-Captive Letter 6336 Round 2 Issued

In January, the IRS announced that it would be significantly increasing enforcement activity around abusive micro-captive insurance transactions. In late

Executive Order Deferring Withholding of Employee Social Security Taxes

On Saturday, August 8, President Trump issued an Executive Order “directing the Secretary of the Treasury to use his authority” under Section

Treasury Issues Final FDII Regulations

FDII is foreign derived intangible income that a U.S. domestic corporation derives from selling products or providing services to unrelated foreign persons

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Ohio Sales Tax Holiday 2020

Ohio’s sales tax holiday runs from Friday, August 7, 2020 through Sunday, August 9, 2020. During the holiday, clothing priced at $75 or less, school

Use It or Lose It…Maybe: Gift Planning Considerations in an Unpredictable Election Year

In a year rife with a global pandemic, intense social justice movements, tempestuous markets and dogged allegiance to party lines, the 2020 presidential

Changes to Form 1023, Application for Tax Exemption under Section 501(c)(3)

News broke in early 2020 that the application for exemption under Section 501(c)(3), more commonly known as Form 1023, would be changing over to an online

PA Unemployment Compensation Covid-19 Relief

On March 27, Governor Tom Wolf signed Act 9 of 2020, significantly amending Pennsylvania Unemployment Compensation (UC) Law. Here’s a summary of

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Pennsylvania EITC Applications Open July 1

The period for applying to Pennsylvania’s Education Improvement Tax Credit (EITC) program begins July 1 for new applicants. The program is very popular
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Antoinette Luchini | 7.1.2020

Definitions of Real and Incidental Property in New Like-Kind Exchange Regulations

Like-kind exchanges have been a vehicle for tax gain deferral since §1031 was added to the Internal Revenue Code in 1921. Put simply, §1031 allows

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