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Putting a New Positive Spin on Education Costs

As another school year, the associated costs of education continues to rise. A way to prepare for these costs is to participate in a Qualified Tuition

The Best Things in Life Are Free - That Might Even Include Your Inheritance!

If you inherit property in Pennsylvania, you may soon be able to avoid the hefty burden of paying inheritance tax! Starting next year, minor children who

Ohio's New Budget

Although a couple of weeks late, Ohio Governor Mike DeWine finally signed into law the new state budget on Thursday, July 18. It was the third time in

Decline in Charitable Giving

After years of growth, many tax experts thought 2018 would show a decrease in charitable giving, especially among individuals who are part of the middle

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The Fed Cuts Interest Rate in July - Time to Revisit Your Estate Plan?

On July 31, 2019, the Federal Reserve cut interest rates for the first time in over a decade. Although this may be bad news for your savings account,

Ohio Truckers See Increases in State Fuel Taxes

Truckers and other drivers in Ohio saw an increase in state fuel taxes earlier this summer when the Ohio tariff on gasoline increased 10.5 cents (to a

The 2019 Form 1040 Facelift

Next year, taxpayers can expect to see their Form 1040 to be different than the postcard-size Form that was introduced as a result of the 2017 Tax Cuts

The IRS turns its focus to cryptocurrency

On July 26, the Wall Street Journal reported that the Internal Revenue Service has mailed letters to over 10,000 cryptocurrency holders warning that those

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Kress Case Addresses S Corporation vs. C Corporation Issues

The United States District Court’s March 2019 court decision in Kress v. United States1 created a lot of buzz in the valuation community. The case

Mandatory E-Filing of Nonprofit Tax Returns

On July 1, 2019, President Trump signed the Taxpayer First Act (Act), which requires all tax-exempt organizations to electronically file IRS Forms 990,

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