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Tax Reform and Long-Term Planning: Top Tips for Individuals and Businesses

Posted 3:58 PM by
As Congress continues to push tax reform forward, it seems almost inevitable that widespread changes to the federal tax code will occur. These changes will not only require businesses and individuals to consider immediate year-end tax planning strategies, they also will require new considerations when planning for the future.
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Tax Reform and Year-End Planning: Top Tips for Individuals and Businesses

Posted 9:22 PM by
The U.S. House of Representatives and Senate have each passed a tax reform bill that could enact sweeping changes in U.S. tax law. Now is the time to consider how these changes could affect your taxes.
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Tidy Up Before the New Year: Complete This 2017 Year-End Checklist

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With the holidays quickly approaching and schedules filling up with activities, it is easy for business-related items to slip through the cracks. To help keep you on top of your to-do list, we have created a year-end checklist to ensure you are making the most of 2017 before ringing in the new year.
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How to Capture Research Tax Credit for Internal-Use Software

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Late last year, the IRS issued final regulations providing rules for taxpayers who develop their own internal-use software and want to claim a research tax credit (research credit). These changes, initially proposed in 2015, were highly anticipated. But little is known about how to take full advantage of the credit since the new rules were released.
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Uncertainty Puts Damper on Manufacturing

Posted 3:38 PM by
Indiana’s manufacturers have overcome big challenges in recent years to post encouraging numbers. But one of their biggest challenges continues to dog them: uncertainty.
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New York State & Local Tax Update: November 2017

Posted 2:25 PM by
An administrative law judge has agreed that the Division of Taxation correctly determined that the taxpayers were statutory residents of New York City for the 2011 through 2012 tax years.
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Section 987 Regulations: Implementation Delay

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The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) recently announced in Notice 2017-57 that it will defer the effective date of the final Treasury Regulations related to Section 987 by one year (effective for tax years beginning Jan. 1, 2019). This is pursuant to the Executive Order that President Trump gave to the Treasury in April 2017 to identify and reduce tax regulatory burdens.
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Combating Double Taxation: Foreign Tax Credits and Tax Treaties

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The foreign tax credit and its application is complex and can vary widely when looking at state tax liabilities, and the application of tax treaties against state liabilities. A taxpayer that earns income abroad may potentially be subject to double taxation, making the foreign tax credit and tax treaties an important part of the tax filing process.
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Flinchum to Speak at The ESOP Association’s Joint Conference for the New South and Carolinas Chapters

Posted 3:03 PM by
Mark Flinchum, a partner in Katz, Sapper & Miller’s ESOP Services Group, will speak at The ESOP Association’s Joint Conference for the New South and Carolinas chapters.
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Section 987 Regulations: Calculation and Elections

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As a follow up to “Section 987 Regulations: Key Considerations” and “Section 987 Regulations: Terminology Explained,” this third and final post in this series will focus on the calculation under the final regulations along with some of the potential elections that can be made related to Section 987 branch remittances.
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