After months of speculation and anticipation on the part of estate planning attorneys and tax practitioners, the Internal Revenue Service has issued a Notice and Revenue Procedure for 2010 estates seeking to exempt out of the estate tax.Read More »
The Internal Revenue Service recently issued guidance on a provision of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act that requires employers to report the cost of health coverage on employees’ W-2 forms.Read More »
President Barack Obama released his budget requests for fiscal year 2012 on Feb. 14, seeking $3.73 trillion in total spending and claiming $1.1 trillion in spending cuts over the next ten years. Within the 216-page document are numerous items for ...
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A wife’s greater life expectancy did not entitle her to the majority of the proceeds from the foreclosure of her home which the government wanted sold to satisfy her husband’s federal tax liability, the 6th Circuit has ruled in affirming ...Read More »
An interim final rule clarifying the grandfathering provisions for employers under the health care reform law contains surprises that raise the stakes on advising companies about their health plans.Read More »