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Notices for Nonpayment of Income Taxes

Did you have federal income tax due on July 15, 2020? Did you pay the income tax on July 15, 2020? Did you receive a notice from the Internal Revenue Service

Estate Planning as a Tool for Your Business Succession Plan

The year 2020 has been mired with uncertainty and unprecedented strife for many. As we reflect on the past six months and prepare for the next, now may

Which States Can Tax Your Trust?

Imagine that you are a taxpayer living in Pennsylvania who has recently established a trust for the benefit of your Ohio-resident children. Further imagine

Administrative Expenses for Trusts and Estates Will Remain Deductible

The Internal Revenue Service (the “IRS”) has announced in Notice 2018-61 (the “Notice”) that it plans to issue regulations clarifying

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IRS Grants Temporary Relief for Late Portability Elections

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

IRS to Begin Using Private Debt Collectors

Taxpayers with long-overdue federal tax obligations should be aware of a new weapon in the Internal Revenue Service’s (the “IRS”) tax

Behind the Scenes at the IRS - How Are Returns Selected for Audit?

With tax season now in the rear-view mirror, some taxpayers may be a bit nervous that the returns they filed with the Internal Revenue Service (the “IRS”)

Updated: Consistent Basis Reporting Is Now the Law of the Land

This article is updated information from our original article posted on February 24, 2016. Recent changes to the law have imposed new reporting requirements

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Consistent Basis Reporting Is Now the Law of the Land

Please see our recent article for updates regarding Form 8971. Recent changes to the law have imposed new reporting requirements upon executors of decedents’

IRS May Eliminate Asset Discounts on Family Transfers

The Internal Revenue Service (“IRS”) appears to have set its sights on a popular strategy used by taxpayers to transfer wealth to successive

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