Are you going shopping or staying home this Thanksgiving? Some folks love to head to the shops on Thanksgiving while others eschew the holiday for Black Friday sales instead. As Black Friday shopping increasingly heads online, all sales are not created equal.
Looking for a way to show your support for our military on Veterans Day? Here are 14 ways to show your thanks to our vets – and some of them come with a nice tax benefit to boot.
With Black Friday on its way, will the internet stay tax free? Speaker Boehner has signaled that he will not support the Main Street Fairness Act. However, with the moratorium on taxing internet access under the Internet Tax Freedom Act about to expire, is there room for compromise?
Apple and Facebook have fired the latest round in the “perk wars” – efforts to woo and keep talent in the tech sector. Not content with fancy meals, tech companies are offering female employees the opportunity to freeze their eggs. As perks keep expanding, what are the tax consequences to those employees?
Irish Finance Minister Michael Noonan has all but labeled the “Double Irish” deal dead during the presentation of his 2015 budget even as companies like Google claim that it won’t make a difference.
It’s time for guest posts! Today, Matthew Litz of BerryDunn, talks about corporate tax reform and inversions.
It’s time for guest posts! Today, John Richardson, a lawyer based in Toronto, Canada, writes about corporate tax rates.
It’s time for guest posts! Today, Dr. Elaine C. Kamarck of the RATE Coalition tackles corporate inversions.
American based – but Italian owned – car manufacturer Chrysler was hoping to go public by the end of 2013. That’s now not likely to happen as questions about the company’s car issues are causing the company to slow the brakes.
If you’ve found yourself humming along to that catchy song, “Girls” from the Goldieblox ad, you’re not alone: the video of their latest ad has gone viral with over 8 million views. The Beastie Boys, who penned the original version of the song are crying foul. Now, the courts have been asked to weigh in.