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Tax planning

According to Internal Revenue Code Section 1014 the basis of property acquired from a decedent is the fair market value of the property at the date of the decedent’s death.  In an environment of inflating asset prices this usually means that the beneficiary experiences stepped up basis...

One thing to be be thankful for this holiday season is that the tax 'policies' of President Elect Trump (PET) and our Republican friends in the 115th congress will keep tax accounts and bookkeepers gainfully employed well into the foreseeable future. In fact I am adding staff again,...

Remember your US Income Tax extension request is ONLY for additional TIME to FILE your tax forms, your income tax payments, estimated or otherwise, are still due April 18th 2016. Most US Taxpayers forget that income tax payments are due in April, even if an extension request for more time to...

Protecting Americans from Tax Hikes Act of 2015 (PATH) summarized by my friend Shirley Callahan EA. Some highlights include: Everyone will appreciate the permanency of the enhanced Educator Expenses, the Sales Tax deduction, and the R&D Credit. Section 179 is made permanent at $500,000 phasing out at...

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