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    Individual Tax

    Infrastructure Compromise Drops Tax Increases but IRS Hires Slew of Agents

    July 15, 2021

    The Biden Administration and moderate Republicans have come to an agreement on a scaled-back infrastructure framework that drops proposed tax increases. Instead, the plan will be funded through a combination of closing the “tax gap”, redirecting emergency funds, targeted corporate... Read More

    capital gains

    Understanding the Proposed Retroactive Capital Gains Tax Rate Increase

    June 9, 2021

    President Biden’s proposal to increase the capital gains tax has generated tremendous discussion. Looking at this proposed change in the context of past changes shows that both Democratic and Republican presidents have signed legislation with retroactive tax provisions. A retroactive... Read More

    tax compliance

    Bank Account Reporting Cornerstone of Proposed Tax Compliance Plan

    June 7, 2021

    President Biden has proposed significant tax compliance measures as an alternative way to fund his ambitious American Families Plan. Recently, he offered Republicans the compliance measures as an alternative to individual tax increases, but Republicans still consider new compliance measures... Read More

    Biden’s Latest Tax Plan Would Increase Top Rate, Eliminate Favorable Capital Gains

    May 11, 2021

    President Biden has released a description of his American Families Plan, which is designed to provide far-reaching economic benefits to lower and middle-income families. The $1.8 trillion cost would be funded by increasing individual taxes on higher-income taxpayers, including a... Read More

    Untangling the Technical: Summer of 2020 Tax Topics

    August 17, 2020

    Although 2020 has proven to be an abnormal year, our tax experts want to remind individuals about some important tax and estate planning topics. Adelle Starr interviews Terri Lawson and LeighAnn Costley, both Tax Partners at Frazier & Deeter. In... Read More

    trust taxation

    Trusts May Owe Less Tax to Georgia Under Supreme Court Ruling

    October 16, 2019

    State taxation of trusts varies widely, based on where a trust is set up, where the trustee resides, where the trust income comes from, and whether the beneficiaries are residents or nonresidents. In short, a trust usually must have some... Read More

    taxpayers

    Tax Planning for Individual Taxpayers: Points to Ponder Regarding the New Tax Law

    November 2, 2018

    The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) not only made major changes that grabbed headlines but also made tweaks to hundreds of tax rules, leaving taxpayers overwhelmed with questions about what their 2018 tax bill will look like and what... Read More

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