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Asset Transactions vs. Stock Transactions

Asset transactions and stock transactions are the two most common types of transaction structures when purchasing or selling a business. Asset transactions

Hello from the 2019 Auto Summit at the NADA Convention

San Francisco was the happening place this past weekend for the National Automotive Dealership Association Convention. The West Coast had a feel of home

Qualified Opportunity Zones in Layman's Terms

There has been a lot of buzz lately regarding Qualified Opportunity Zones (QOZ). This is a new tax incentive contained in and created by the Tax Cuts and

EU Efforts to Stem Abusive Tax Structures

It is of little surprise that the individual EU countries and European Commission for Competition have narrowed their focus on multinational companies
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IRS Provides Safe Harbors For Business Charitable Contributions

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act passed in December 2017 created Internal Revenue Code (“IRC”) §164(b)(6), which limits the annual deduction

Proposed Economic Presence Standards for Philadelphia’s Business Income and Receipts Tax

The City of Philadelphia has drafted proposed economic nexus standards for Business Income and Receipts Tax (“BIRT”) based upon the recent

“Step-Up” Your Estate Tax Strategies

Please note that the following article was co-authored by Greg Allison. One of the most common strategies employed by affluent taxpayers in a comprehensive

Does Santa Pay the Gift Tax? Does Santa Receive Wages of Cookies and Milk?

‘Twas the night before Christmas and all through the house, not a creature was stirring… except for St. Nick’s elf-accountants, who
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Reminder: Increased Limit for Charitable Deductions

With the holiday season upon us, it is time to look back at our year and to look forward to achieving our goals for 2018. For many, that means reaching

New Jersey and New Mexico Offer Tax Amnesty Programs

New Jersey – Beginning November 15, 2018 and running through January 15, 2019, the New Jersey Division of Taxation is offering tax amnesty for eligible
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