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Author: John Dundon

As 2021 comes to a close, eight issues to watch for as you prepare to have your 2021 income tax returns filed: required minimum distributions (RMD); charitable contributions; child & dependent care credit; child tax credit; education benefits; qualified principal residence debt cancellation exclusion; premium...

Medicaid Waivers and IRC 131 The intent of this article is to address the extent to which private for profit and non-profit agencies that place individuals in need of foster care in foster homes as well as parents of disabled children may have certain tax reporting...

IRS Commissioner calls CRISIS!  Rettig's editorial in the Washington Post as released by the US Treasury is as remarkably bold as the man himself. He is calling CRISIS!  This is BIG and must be repeated.  The IRS Commissioner is CALLING CRISIS! Messaging from a Trump appointed 'republican' via a 'liberal rag'...

Harrison Smith and Justin Abold-LaBreche are improving IRS communication efforts.  As Co-Directors of the IRS Enterprise Digitalization and Case Management Office with experience across multiple IRS offices, they spearhead efforts to modernize systems, simplify business processes, and empower employees to rapidly resolve issues in simplified...

The Tax Fairness for Coloradans package – is coal dead in Colorado? This is one of many questions arising out of HB21-1311 (Income Tax) and HB21-1312 (Insurance Premium Property Sales Severance Tax), combined legislation that expanded tax credits for working families and small businesses but hurt the coal...

Colorado Sales Tax Nexus & Destination Sourcing Rules The Colorado General Assembly adopted SB21-282, which extends the small business exception to destination sourcing requirements. This exception applies only to businesses with less than $100,000 in retail sales. As of February, 1st 2022 however, all retailers must apply the destination sourcing...

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