Will tax extenders finally be addressed in 2014? About 55 provisions were not renewed after they expired in 2013. With Congress back in session, the IRS gearing up for tax season and tax professionals unsure of how to advise taxpayers, the clock is ticking.
Last night, the elections signaled a power shift in Congress. With Republicans controlling both houses, does that mean tax reform is on the way? Here’s why, historically, it’s not control of Congress that matters: it’s something else.
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.
As concern over the spread of Ebola increases, there’s another worry: who is going to pay for it? Dr. Francis Collins, the head of the National Institute of Health, recently slammed the lack of funding while another healthcare professional suggested that the best way to fight the virus – and other infectious diseases – is with a tax.
It’s time for guest posts! Today, Tisha talks about the hard choices when it comes to citizenship and taxes.
It’s time for guest posts! Today, Richard Baty, a retired IRS Appeals Officer, takes on tax breaks for the clergy.
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, Jean Gordon Carter, a partner with the law firm Hunton & Williams LLP, comments on repeal of the federal estate tax.
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, Charles W. Horn III of the Commonwealth Trust Company, considers how to pay for all of those cars on the roadways. Should it be more taxes?