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Reducing Capital Gains by Creative Use of SMLLCs and Installment Notes

A popular estate planning technique for estates facing the prospect of incurring federal estate tax... more
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How Mobile Apps Can Benefit Your Association

For most people, mobile apps have become a major part of everyday life. People use mobile apps to... more
December 10, 2018
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Gross Income in Virginia: Schedule K-1 Demystified

In Virginia, the definition of “gross income” for child or spousal support in family law... more
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Deadline for ACA Reporting Extended

The IRS announced (Notice 2018-94) that the deadline for the 2018 reporting requirements under... more
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Let Uncle Sam Help You Expand Your Real Estate Portfolio by Utilizing the 1031 Like-Kind Exchange

There are many tax-deferral strategies used by successful investors. One of those tax instruments... more
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Federal Government to Close Wednesday to Honor President Bush: What Contractors Need to Know

The federal government will close this Wednesday, December 5, for a national day of mourning for... more
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Will IRS “Claw Back” the Temporarily Increased Gift Tax Exemption?

The 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (Tax Act) increased the estate and gift tax exemption from $5M to... more
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GSA’s eBuy Open First Pilot Will Increase Competition and Transparency

What is the eBuy Open GSA First Pilot? The General Services Administration (GSA) recently rolled... more
Aronson Foundation Charity of the Month

Aronson Foundation Supports Hope Connections for Cancer Support – December Charity of the Month

Aronson’s Charity of the Month for December 2018 is the Hope Connections for Cancer... more
December 1, 2018
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Four Easy Ways to Grow Your School’s Endowment

Endowments are imperative for schools, because they provide schools with long-term financial... more
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South Dakota v. Wayfair: What Does This Mean For My Business?

South Dakota v. Wayfair, Inc. was a U.S. Supreme Court case which ruled that states may charge... more