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Author: John R. Dundon II

IRS Rev. Proc. 2011-52 states that the federal estate tax exemption will increase from $5,000,000 to $5,120,000 for the estates of decedents who die in 2012. Subsequently the lifetime gift tax and generation skipping transfer tax exemptions will increase from $5,000,000 to $5,120,000 in 2012 as well. ...

I blog today about 401(K)'s from a tax perspective solely keeping in mind that my license is as an Enrolled Agent with the US Treasury.  With that as a basis the benefits available to a self-employed individual in a solo 401(k) plan have increased. The...

The IRS Advance Pricing Agreement (APA) Program, concerned exclusively with reaching pre-filing agreements with taxpayers on transfer pricing, will shift from the office of IRS Chief Counsel to an office under the Transfer Pricing Director in the Large Business & International division’s international operation. In...

Many taxpayers have both a dwelling unit and a principal place of residence.  Understanding the difference between the two is important for a wide variety of reasons.  The file that landed on my desk today involves such a matter.  The taxpayer has a dwelling unit...

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