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Nishant Patel | 2.10.2010

More Tax Law Changes on the Horizon? - Obama Unveils Fiscal 2011 Plan

On February 1, President Barak Obama shared his plans with Congress on federal government budget proposals for the 2011 fiscal year. As a part of the $3.8
Barbara Balcita | 2.9.2010

Multistate Employment Tax Update

Many employers question in which states the must have their employee's income taxes withheld, and to which states they must pay unemployment taxes. Barbara Balcita provides a comprehensive overview.
Martin DiGiovine | 2.4.2010

Haiti Relief Donation Deductible on 2009 Return

Cash contributions made to charities providing earthquake relief to Haiti, made before March 1, 2010, may be deducted on your 2009 tax return. The new
Jeffrey Wlahofsky | 2.2.2010

Pennsylvania's 2010 Contribution Rates Increase for Many Companies

The PA Department of Labor & Industry mailed the 2010 contribution rate notices to Pennsylvania employers recently. Jeff Wlahofsky explains why many employers will see tax increases this year.

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Matt McKinnon | 1.25.2010

IRS Issues Guidance on New Homebuyer Tax Credit for 2009 Returns

On January 15, 2010, the Internal Revenue Service issued Information Release 2010-6, providing filing guidance for eligible homebuyers claiming the first-time
Matt McKinnon | 12.17.2009

2009 and Beyond: A Challenging Time for Tax Planning

Given the unprecedented state of the economy since mid 2008 and the recent administration change in Washington, tax planning will become even more critical, especially this year.
Ron Kramer | 12.9.2009

House Introduces Tax Extenders Act of 2009

HR 4213, the Tax Extenders Act of 2009 is proposed legislation thatextends through 2010, $32 billion of tax provisions that are due to expire at the end of 2009.
Ron Kramer | 12.8.2009

Still No Guidance From the IRS On Filing Requirements for Extended FBAR Filing Deadline

The IRS indicated that the Treasury Department intended to issue further guidance prior to June 30, 2010 clarifying the FBAR filing requirements pertaining to these specified persons. To date, this guidance has not been forthcoming from the IRS.

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Martin DiGiovine | 12.3.2009

House Vote on 2010 Estate Tax Expected Today

As part of the Economic Growth Tax Revenue Reconciliation Act of 2001 (EGTRRA), Congress enacted a gradual decrease in the estate tax until 2010 when it would be completely repealed for one year. Under that law, the estate tax would return in 2011 at the original 55% rate and $1 million exemption amount in effect in 2001.
Barbara Balcita | 11.23.2009

New Tax Bill Mandates Increased Use of Electronic Filing by Paid Tax Return Preparers

The Worker, Homeownership, and Business Assistance Act of 2009 mandates paid tax return preparers who prepare more than 10 returns to electronically file (e-File) all individual, estate and trust returns they prepare after December 31, 2010. Here's what you should know about the e-File mandate.

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