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Executive Compensation for 2019 – Unless We Hear Otherwise!

We anticipate that the executive compensation limit for government contractors for the year ending December 31

Should I Change My Grantor Trust to a Nongrantor Trust?

In recent years, grantor trusts have been a popular method used by taxpayers in an effort

Replacement of Building Components Equal Potential Tax Savings for Hotel Owners

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) released the tangible property regulations in 2014, which substantially changed the

IRS Ramps Up Cryptocurrency Enforcement

On July 26, 2019, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) issued a press release notifying the public
September 19, 2019

Is Your Firm’s Cybersecurity Certifiable? If Not, Don’t Count on Winning DoD Contracts!

The current Department of Defense (DoD) cybersecurity rule, reflected in DFARS 252.204-7012, requires compliance with the

Should I Gift My House to My Children?

Parents often desire to pass their primary residence or vacation property to their children for various

What Happens When a QPRT Ends?

Homeowners who want to minimize their future estate taxes and transfer their home to their children