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Inherited an IRA? It’s Not Always 100% Taxable

Beneficiaries of an inherited individual retirement account (IRA) are typically not privy to the... more
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Employer-Owned Life Insurance Policies: Tax Treatment & Reporting Requirements

In the past, money received through a life insurance contract, paid by reason of the death of the... more
Past Speaking Engagement

Michael Colavito Spoke at a Praxity Webinar on Wayfair Fallout

Michael Colavito, a director in the state and local tax practice of Aronson’s Tax Services Group,... more
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Junk Food Good, Nutritious Meals Bad?

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) made significant changes to a company’s ability to deduct meal... more
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Social Security “No Match” Letters Are Back and Shouldn’t Be Taken Lightly

In March 2019, the Social Security Administration (SSA) announced that it will begin to notify... more
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Artificial Intelligence to Help Resource-Strapped IRS More Efficiently Identify Tax Crimes

Tax criminals beware: like the hosts in Westworld, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) is becoming... more
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Donations of Food Inventory Equals Sizeable Charitable Deductions for Restaurants

Restaurants that donate food inventory to charitable organizations could have the opportunity to... more
April 22, 2019