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Tax Court Denies Conservation Deduction; Easement Not Protected In Perpetuity

With the increased popularity and scrutiny of Conservation Easements, we thought it would be of interest to outline a recent tax court decision.  In a case of first impression, the Tax Court has found that a conservation agreement violated the … Continue reading

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2016 New Tax Developments

  As 2016 comes to an end, we thought it would be beneficial to provide an overview of the new developments in US tax law. This overview includes the items we believe are most relevant for the year and is … Continue reading

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Partners Who Work For Disregarded Entity Owned By Partnership Are Self-Employed

Partners Who Work For Disregarded Entity Owned By Partnership Are Self-Employed The IRS has issued final, temporary and proposed regs that preserve a partner’s status as a partner, and not an employee, where the partner works for a disregarded entity … Continue reading

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2016 Business Tax Planning Ideas

With Congress still contemplating changes before year end, we thought it would be good idea to put together some planning ideas that you can implement before year end. If Congress passes actionable laws before year end, you can add those … Continue reading

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2016 Year-End Strategies: Straddling Two Years Of Significant Change

As we move into year end tax planning, we thought it would be good to set the stage for how we will approach this years unique planning challenges. Implementing tax strategies at year-end always presents unique challenges and opportunities. The impact … Continue reading

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Key Terms related to new ABLE Accounts

The Achieving a Better Life Experience (ABLE) Act of 2014 was passed by Congress in late 2014 with significant bipartisan support. The ABLE Act created tax-favored savings accounts for qualified individuals with disabilities (who became disabled before age 26) for tax … Continue reading

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2015 New Tax Developments

As 2015 comes to an end, we thought it would be beneficial to provide an overview of the new developments in US tax law. This overview includes the items we believe are most relevant for the year and is not … Continue reading

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2015 Tax Planning Ideas for Business

With Congress still contemplating changes before year end, we thought it would be good idea to put together some planning ideas that you can implement before year end. If Congress passes actionable laws before year end, you can add those … Continue reading

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2015 Tax Planning Ideas for Individuals

With year end rapidly approaching, we have put together some ideas to help you with your year end tax planning. 2015 Individual Tax Planning Ideas If you have any questions or need any assistance with your specific tax planning, please … Continue reading

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Tax Planning – Leveraging Traditional Techniques And New Developments

Year-end tax planning for individuals and businesses provides not only the opportunity to review the activities of the past year, it also generates an invaluable opportunity to leverage tax planning techniques as they relate to new developments. As in past … Continue reading

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