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House Ways and Means Committee unveils long awaited tax bill
House Republicans have released their much anticipated tax bill, providing key insights into the details of their tax reform plan.
States push forward as Congress considers tax reform
How and when Federal tax reform is enacted could dictate state responses.
Trump administration, Congress publish framework for tax reform
Can a divided D.C. enact sweeping tax reform?
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Five considerations when offering nonqualified compensation plans
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Global value added tax for electronically supplied services (Audiocast)
Providing services electronically can trigger significant VAT collection and reporting in multiple jurisdictions.
IRS allows leave-based donation programs for Hurricane Maria relief
Employer leave-based donation programs let employees forgo personal leave in exchange for cash payments to charities for hurricane relief.
The big challenges for global real estate investors (Video)
In this Privcap video, specialists discuss the challenges of structuring investment deals with offshore investors.
Proposed bill would expand casualty loss expensing for citrus growers
H.R. 112 would expand the ability of joint or minority citrus plant owners to expense replacement crops damaged in hurricanes.
Ohio Supreme Court rules on supplemental executive retirement plans
Ohio decision is reminder to understand tax implications of supplemental executive retirement plan income at the local jurisdiction level.
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