Items Tagged with 'tax reform'

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Estate planning: better done sooner rather than later

February 9, 2018
The new year is off and running at full speed. I often comment about taxes in some fashion. This month, I am going to take a break from being in the weeds on taxes and spend some time on a topic that probably has application to many, if not all of us. Read More

Bank plans pay raises and bonuses after tax reform

December 26, 2017
A nationwide bank with a presence in the region plans to raise pay and provide bonuses and other benefits to its employees in 2018. Read More

Tax reform proposals could impact year-end decisions

November 10, 2017
As the calendar year draws to a close, many of us consider what actions and decisions we should be considering with respect to our financial affairs. Read More

Possible tax reform may impact choice of business entity

September 29, 2017
There are obviously many moving pieces when it comes to tax reform. Read More

Marginal tax rate reduction could impact charitable giving

June 16, 2017
The chatter on tax reform continues. Read More

Comprehensive tax reform needed for more competitive system

September 30, 2016
In September, I had some business trips outside the United States. Read More

IRS extends filing date for employers’ ACA forms

January 8, 2016
The holiday season is a notoriously hectic time of year. So when the IRS extended its deadline to submit some Affordable Care Act forms in the last week of December, it seemed the government agency had gifted employers the one thing no one has enough of — time. Read More

A time of uncertainty, including renewal of expiring tax provisions

October 16, 2015
This is the time of year when Washington considers last-minute tax legislation. Read More