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Ninth Circuit Decision Raises the Home Mortgage Limit on Property That is Co-Owned by Unmarried Individuals

The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals recently reversed a Tax Court decision (Voss v. Commissioner) and concluded, contrary to the Internal Revenue Service’s

Solar Investment Tax Credit

Despite the lack of sunshine this summer, tax incentives remain for businesses that invest in qualifying solar energy property. The commercial solar investment

Estate Tax Closing Letters No Longer Automatic

The Internal Revenue Service (the “IRS”) has recently changed its procedures regarding the issuance of closing letters upon the filing of a

Retirement Planning Techniques May Be Shut Down

A number of President Obama’s recent budget proposals are directed at eliminating certain retirement planning techniques. Congress for many years
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IRS Issues Final Estate Tax Portability Rules

The Tax Relief, Unemployment Insurance Reauthorization, and Job Creation Act of 2010 introduced a new concept known as “portability” to the

Export Tax Incentives - Interest-Charge Domestic International Sales Corporation (IC-DISC)

Companies that manufacture products within the United States and export abroad may derive tax benefits from the use of an Interest-Charge Domestic International

What Items Should a Nonprofit Board Review Annually?

On an annual basis, there are a number of issues involving governance and management that a nonprofit’s board of directors should review. Among the
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Barry Kaufman | 8.4.2015

Tax Deadlines: They're A Changin'

The highway funding bill was passed by Congress as H.R. 3236 on July 30, 2015. President Obama is expected to sign the bill. This bill changes more than
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Purchasing or Selling a Beach Home in Florida

In a recent Tax Court Memorandum decision (TC Memo 2015-95), a married couple was not entitled to deduct a loss on the sale of a seasonal home because

IRS Advisory Committee Revisiting the Form 990

The IRS Advisory Committee on Tax-Exempt and Government Entities (ACT) released its 2015 report on June 17, 2015 detailing recommendations for consideration
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