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Partnership Audit Rules Shift Focus to the Entity

July 25, 2017

Two years ago, Congress enacted the Bipartisan Budget Act of 2015, which made significant changes to the way partnerships are audited. The Act requires that tax be assessed and collected at the partnership level instead of the partner level. The... Read More

Mobile Workforce Bill Attempts to Simplify State Tax Filing Requirements

July 25, 2017

Today’s business travelers deal with “A patchwork of complicated nonresident income tax laws.” This assessment comes from the Mobile Workforce Coalition, an advocacy group seeking simplification of state laws taxing nonresidents who work outside of their home state. Currently, states... Read More

Research Credit Can Offset Payroll Liability

June 30, 2017

Beginning with their 2016 returns, small business startup companies can choose to apply all or part of their research credit against their social security payroll tax liability. Before 2016, the research credit could only be taken against income tax liability.... Read More

Will Congress Take Away 401k Deduction?

June 30, 2017

Congress is considering a shift from pretax benefits for retirement accounts to after-tax, Roth-type plans in its tax reform efforts, warn retirement plan advocacy groups, such as the American Retirement Association and the American Benefits Council. The idea originally was... Read More

Estate Planning Technique – Trusts (Part 2)

May 18, 2017

In the first part of our Estate Planning Series we discussed common mistakes that clients make when planning their estate. In this post, we will look into one of the best techniques to help you meet your estate planning goals, Trusts.... Read More

Common Estate Planning Mistakes (Part 1)

May 18, 2017

Frazier & Deeter was recently recognized in an edition of “Estate Planning Experts” by Shane Smith, Esq. where the Head of the Tax Department, Terri Lawson, was asked to share her views on common mistakes she sees clients making when... Read More

Estate Planning Technique – Trusts (Part 2)

May 17, 2017

In the first part of our Estate Planning Series we discussed common mistakes that clients make when planning their estate. In this post, we will look into one of the best techniques to help you meet your estate planning goals, Trusts.... Read More

Border Adjustment Could Be Sticking Point For Tax Reform

May 8, 2017

Taxing imports and exempting exports sounds like a simple plan to protect U.S. jobs. However, this part of the House GOP tax reform plan is proving to be a controversial proposal that could split Congress just enough to stall the... Read More

Tax Tips for Physician Practices

February 16, 2017

For physicians who own their own practice, tax season can be daunting. To help you through the complicated process of filing taxes, reduce the risk of an audit and keep your mind focused on your patients, consider the following suggestions:... Read More

Small Employer May Now Offer HRAs

January 23, 2017

While many Americans were focused on the Presidential election and transition, Congress and President Obama in mid-December quietly agreed on significant legislation to boost funding for medical research, make approval of experimental treatments easier and reform mental health policy. What... Read More

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