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The New 529-ABLE Plan
By Sandra York, CPA on August 30, 2016

Families of Those with Disabilities Can Save on Qualified Expenses Section 529 of the Internal Revenue Code has been around nearly 20 years now, so most taxpayers with children are aware...

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Don’t Be A Stranger! Stay in Touch With Your CPA Throughout the Year.
By Sandra York, CPA on August 18, 2016

Your CPA Can Help You Avoid Paying Taxes—But Only if They Know What's Going On! For many people, the process of putting together tax information for their accountant is a burdensome...

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Nevada's New Commerce Tax
By Freed Maxick Tax Team on August 9, 2016

Important Updates for Certain Business Entities in the Silver State Nevada does not impose a corporate or personal income tax, which has made it an attractive state for many businesses....

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Passive Foreign Investment Companies Can Lead to Aggressive U.S. Tax Issues
By Susan Steblein on March 24, 2016

Many people who receive income from passive foreign investment companies, or “PFICs,” have no idea that they hold an interest in an investment that may trigger additional filing...

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What Do I Have to File and When?
By Susan Steblein on March 9, 2016

If you or your business qualifies as a U.S. tax person, you might have to file tax returns and you might have to pay taxes. Or you might not. In a previous post, we focused on the 3 ways an...

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Basics of U.S. Transfer Pricing for Non-U.S. Businesses
By Howard B. Epstein on February 25, 2016

If your company has a U.S. subsidiary, you will most likely have some transfer pricing considerations that need to be addressed. Transfer pricing can be one of the more complex tax issues...

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