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I Want to Sell My House but Have a Tax Lien…What Can I Do? Frazier & Deeter

I Want to Sell My House but Have a Tax Lien…What Can I Do?

October 18, 2023

This tax lien does not mean you cannot sell your home or other real estate; in its simplest form, it means that the IRS or other taxing authority takes your place in line when the real estate is sold. Read More

IRS Clarifies Rules for New Corporate Alternative Minimum Tax, Frazier & Deeter

IRS Clarifies Rules for New Corporate Alternative Minimum Tax

October 17, 2023

The IRS has issued a third notice with additional guidance designed to help corporations determine whether the new corporate alternative minimum tax applies to them and how they calculate the tax. Read More

The IRS Says I Owe Them for Taxes my Ex-husband Should Pay…Am I Stuck?, Frazier & Deeter

The IRS Says I Owe Them for Taxes my Ex-husband Should Pay… Am I Stuck?

October 11, 2023

While your divorce decree may say he is liable, the IRS will hold you both liable if he doesn’t pay. There are several provisions in the tax code that can help. Read More

The Importance of Accurate, Real-Time Records for R&D Tax Relief Claims in the UK, Frazier & Deeter

The Importance of Accurate, Real-time Records for R&D Tax Relief Claims in the UK

October 10, 2023

Effective from August 8, new requirements for filing and claiming Research and Development (R&D) tax relief in the UK will demand meticulous record-keeping to avoid lengthy and onerous information gathering exercises come the company’s year end. Read More

Supreme Court to Decide Whether Taxing Unrealized Gain is Constitutional, Frazier & Deeter

Supreme Court to Decide Whether Taxing Unrealized Gain is Constitutional

October 4, 2023

The Supreme Court is set to hear one of the most consequential tax cases brought before in recent years: whether the repatriation tax imposed on US multinationals by the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) is constitutional. The high court’s decision could have far-reaching implications for US tax policy beyond just the repatriation tax. Read More

The Value of Partnering with a QSA for PCI Compliance, Frazier & Deeter

The Value of Partnering with a QSA for PCI Compliance

September 28, 2023

Ensuring compliance with PCI DSS is a critical responsibility for organizations that handle payment card data. To successfully navigate this complex landscape, organizations can benefit immensely from partnering with a Qualified Security Assessor. Read More

Navigating Uncertainty: Delays in Enhanced Tax Credits for R&D Intensive Companies in the UK, Frazier & Deeter

Navigating Uncertainty: Delays in Enhanced Tax Credits for R&D Intensive SMEs in the UK

September 26, 2023

While the UK's proposed additional tax relief for R&D intensive SMEs holds promise for driving innovation and economic growth, the delay in passing this legislation into law introduces a dose of uncertainty. Read More

Monitoring the Effectiveness of your PCI DSS Compliance Program, Frazier & Deeter

Monitoring the Effectiveness of your PCI DSS Compliance Program

September 20, 2023

By monitoring and periodically re-evaluating compliance programs, organizations are better positioned to identify potential gaps timely, make the necessary adjustments and maintain a strong security posture.  Read More

New Broker Reporting Rules Expected to Capture Unreported Digital Asset Income, Frazier & Deeter

New Broker Reporting Rules Expected to Capture Unreported Digital Asset Income

September 20, 2023

The IRS’s new proposed regulations requiring brokers to report sales and exchanges of digital assets are likely to result in higher tax bills for investors. Read More

Critics Sound Off as House Subcommittee Examines OECD Global Minimum Tax | Frazier & Deeter

Critics Sound Off as House Subcommittee Examines OECD Global Minimum Tax

September 18, 2023

The House Ways and Means Tax Subcommittee heard from critics of the OECD global minimum tax plan at a July hearing, even as an Outcome Statement agreed to by 138 members of the OECD/G20 Framework announced significant progress made on the proposed two pillar solution. Read More

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