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    2016 Updates on Overtime Regulations and Tax Return Due Dates

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    A federal judge issued an injunction Nov. 22 that indefinitely delays the effective date of the new overtime regulations. These new regulations were set to go into effect on Dec. 1, 2016. It will be up to President-elect Trump’s administration to determine whether the overtime rules should be revised.
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    How Early-Stage Companies Can Get Immediate Tax Savings

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    Congress, with the passage of the Protecting Americans from Tax Hikes Act of 2015 (PATH Act), enables small businesses to use research and development credits (R&D credits) to offset payroll tax liabilities and Alternative Minimum Tax (AMT) liabilities.
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    How Will the 2016 Presidential Election Impact Taxpayers?

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    The 2016 election is now behind us. With the republicans controlling not only Congress, but the White House as well, many changes are being forecast for 2017. One area that could see sweeping change is tax law. While there is uncertainty surrounding what form these modifications to tax law might eventually take, the following proposals were part of President-elect Trump’s campaign materials.
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    KSM to Present Year-End Not-for-Profit Accounting and Tax Update

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    Katz, Sapper & Miller will present a 2016 Year-End Not-for-Profit Accounting and Tax Update Nov. 17 in Indianapolis, IN and Nov. 18 in Fort Wayne, IN.
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    State & Local Tax Update: 9/22/16

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    The Alabama Department of Revenue has issued guidance to contractors, subcontractors, and Alabama governmental entities regarding the reporting requirements of Ala. Code § 40-9-14, which requires the Department to issue Form STC-1 (Sales and Use Tax Certificate of Exemption for Government Entity Projects) to all contractors and subcontractors working on qualifying governmental entity projects.
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    New IRS Rules Would Eliminate Valuation Discounts for Family-Owned Entities

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    On Aug. 2, 2016, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) released controversial proposed regulations under Section 2704 of the Internal Revenue Code. These proposed regulations are designed to eliminate minority/marketability discounts for family-owned entities for gift, estate and generation-skipping transfer tax purposes. These entities include operating businesses, as well as investment entities.
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    KSM’s Beth Scott to Host GVMA Webinar Series

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    Katz, Sapper & Miller’s Beth Scott, a director in the firm’s Veterinary Services Group and CPA for the Georgia Veterinary Medical Association (GVMA), will host a series of interactive webinars on best practices for business management in the veterinary industry.
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    With Foreign Investment, It's Both “Buyer Beware” and “Seller Beware”

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    The Association of Foreign Investors in Real Estate’s (AFIRE) annual foreign investment survey reported that 64 percent of respondents intend to increase U.S. investment in real estate in 2016. Data collected by Real Capital Analytics Inc. indicates that foreign purchases of U.S. real estate leapt from less than $5 billion in completed deals in 2009 to $87.3 billion of completed deals in 2015.
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    KSM’s Jolaine Hill Hosts Webinar: Negotiating With the IRS – What Are Your Options?

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    Katz, Sapper & Miller’s Jolaine Hill, a director in the firm’s Tax Services Group, will host a webinar to discuss options for counseling clients who are unable to pay tax liabilities when they are due. Designed for accountants, controllers, executives and attorneys, this webinar will be held on Sept. 23 from 1:00 p.m. – 2:40 p.m.
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    Increased Minimum Wage: Does It Affect Your ‘FICA tip credit?’

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    If your restaurant has employees who receive tips on a regular basis, you may be eligible for the “Credit for Employer Social Security and Medicare Taxes,” better known as the “FICA tip credit.” The credit is equal to the employer-paid FICA taxes above the minimum hourly wage.
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