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When is a Disaster a Tax Deduction?

It’s not your imagination--we are experiencing more weather and climate disasters than ever before. According to the website www.climate.gov, in

Is My Home Mortgage Interest Still Deductible?

You’ve probably heard that significant changes have come to the tried-and-true Schedule A itemized deductions methodology we’re all familiar

An Inflow of Opportunity: Tax-Free Repatriation of Foreign Source Income from a Controlled Foreign Corporation

For more than fifty years, and subject to many exceptions, U.S. shareholders have been utilizing the controlled foreign corporation (“CFC”)

IRS Raises the Estate and Gift Tax Exemption for 2019

Property included in an individual’s estate at the time of death is subject to a tax by the federal government. There is, however, an exemption available

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2019 Filing Season Risks Facing Delayed Start

The new Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (the “Act”) brought significant tax code changes to both individuals and businesses and to tax-exempt organizations.

Is Your Construction Company Eligible for a Credit for Wages Paid under FMLA?

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act enacted late last year created an employer credit for paid leave provided under the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA). The

The Estate and Gift Tax Exemption Planning Puzzle

As every good tax advisor knows, planning is key. So what happens when you have to plan for the unknown? This is the situation that estate and gift tax

Transportation Industry Adjusts to New Tax Laws Surrounding Per Diems

Effective in 2018, new tax laws were put in place regarding the treatment of per diems for company drivers and owner-operators within the transportation

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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

IRS provides guidance on Exclusion from Income of Qualified Moving Expense Reimbursements

On September 21, the Internal Revenue Service issued Notice 2018-75, providing guidance on excluding from income an employee’s reimbursed qualified

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