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Midyear Tax Planning

As we approach the middle of the year, this is the perfect time to consider tax planning for your business and whether you need to make any changes to your current tax strategies. More >

Be Wary of Estate Tax Provisions in the Proposed Fiscal Year 2016 Budget

It's time to call your estate and financial planners - new tax provisions in the proposed FY 2016 budget once again show the specter of potentially brutal taxes at death for the moderately wealthy. While these taxes exist only in the proposal stage for now and have to pass through the gauntlet of an opposition Congress, it's never too early to take a look at your estate and plan ahead. More >

Possible Delay to 2015 Tax Season

In a letter dated October 6, 2014, IRS Commissioner John Koskinen wrote to Senate Finance Committee Chairman Ron Wyden expressing his concern about the upcoming 2015 tax filing season. Specifically, he is worried about dozens of tax breaks which lapsed at the end of 2013. More >

Show Me the Money: When Can I Expect My Tax Refund?

Tax filing season got a late start this year thanks to the 2013 government shutdown; the IRS pushed back its official return acceptance date from January 21 to January 31. Now that IRS is accepting returns, when can taxpayers expect to see their refund? More >

Understanding the Additional Medicare Tax and Medicare Surtax on Net Investment Income

The IRS began accepting 2013 tax returns today. Over the past year, there has been a lot of debate about the impact of the 0.9% Additional Medicare Tax and the 3.8% Medicare surtax on net investment income ("surtax") , but taxpayers may not have paid much attention to the new taxes...until now. More >

Angel Investor Tax Credit Program Would Be Godsend to Kentucky Businesses

In November 2013, Governor Beshear announced the launch of Kentucky Angel Investors Network, a virtual network that connects companies in need of funding with potential investors from across the state. The network holds monthly on-line meetings wherein investors are given the opportunity to view virtual presentations by entrepreneurs who already have a lead investor and negotiated term sheet. The hope is that investors (who must be accredited in accordance with SEC Rule 501 Regulation D) take interest in the business venture and provide funding that can send the start-up to the next level. More >

Is US Tax Policy Pitting Corporate Giants Against Small Business?

The federal government shutdown may have put federal tax reform efforts on hold officially, although lobbying no doubt continues behind the scenes. Unfortunately, lack of official information makes longer-term business and corporate tax planning a bit more challenging. More >

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