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Federal Government's Appetite for Revenue Nibbles Away at Tax Deductible Meals

With apologies to William Shakespeare, a big tax question vexing many business owners these days is not, “To be or not to be?” but, rather,

Tax Reform and Payment of Taxes Prior to December 31, 2017

With passage of the new tax reform bill, a number of tried-and-true year-end tax planning strategies have suddenly taken on added significance. Due to
Tax Reform
Kirk Mitchell | 12.20.2017

BREAKING NEWS: House and Senate Have Passed Tax Overhaul Bill

Both the House and Senate have passed the tax bill, and it is on its way to be signed by President Trump. It’s unclear now, but the President is
Tax Reform
Kirk Mitchell | 12.19.2017

BREAKING NEWS: House Passes Historic Tax Overhaul Bill

The House passed the most sweeping tax code rewrite in three decades earlier this afternoon. The bill now moves to the Senate. Senate Majority Leader Mitch

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Tax Reform
Kirk Mitchell | 12.14.2017

Nearing a Final Tax Plan

After months of discussion, analysis, posturing and negotiation, it looks like a final tax plan is taking shape. On December 13, a joint House and Senate
Tax Reform
Kirk Mitchell | 11.29.2017

Post-Thanksgiving Tax Reform Update - Business Income Taxes

We have much to be thankful for in the U.S., though taxes are not usually thought of as one of our many blessings. Tax reform, if enacted, will provide
Tax Reform
Kirk Mitchell | 11.10.2017

The Senate Sounds Off on the House's Tax Reform Bill

On Thursday, November 2, 2017, the U.S. House of Representatives issued its version of a tax reform bill, the “Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.” If all

New Proposed Partnership Audit Regulations Released - Part I

This article was co-written by Natasa Capuzzi. Back in February we discussed the impact of tax-related matters as a result of President Trump’s executive

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Tax Reform and the Repatriation of Foreign Earnings

It seems that tax reform is unceasing; every election cycle brings calls for “fairness” by supporters of all political parties with the definition

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