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Strategic Year-End Business Planning for Maximum Tax Benefit

Posted by Brian Dansa

Dec 22, 2016 1:20:42 PM

There are several strategies that businesses should consider in order to maximize tax benefits while year-end planning for 2016.  Some of the strategies that should be considered involve the following tax topics:

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Topics: tax, corporate tax,, dopkins tax, year end tax planning, Code Section 179, family owned business, Protecting Americans from Tax Hikes (PATH) Act, PATH Act, Strategic Planning, Research Credit



4 Tax Law Changes of Note

Posted by The Dopkins Tax Advisory Group

Dec 3, 2015 11:10:00 AM

This summer, federal lawmakers enacted legislation that includes several tax-related provisions. The tax law changes the federal income-tax return filing deadlines for C corporations and partnerships, revise the extension periods for various returns, impose new information reporting requirements for inherited property, and add a new requirement for taxpayers claiming certain higher education tax benefits.

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Topics: tax planning,, corporate tax,, personal tax planning, form 5500, c corporations, estate tax, lifetime learning credit, form 1065, s corporations, american opportunity tax credit



2014 Year end tax planning tips

Posted by Jennifer C. Plail CPA

Nov 20, 2014 10:39:05 AM

As we transition from fall to winter, the following are a few tax planning and tax-saving strategies individuals and small businesses may want to consider to help lower their tax bill for 2014. 

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Topics: tax planning,, retirement planning, corporate tax,, personal tax planning, dopkins tax, 401(K)



Corporate Inversions & The Individual Taxpayer

Posted by The Dopkins Tax Advisory Group

Aug 6, 2014 11:26:27 AM

In a recent trend to reduce their tax burden, many U.S. multi-national companies have deployed a strategy known as corporate inversion.  In this scenario a firm that receives a substantial amount of revenue from foreign sources will merge with a foreign company and reincorporate in a lower tax jurisdiction.  As this strategy has gained traction in recent months it has spurred political debate as to the best way to end such transactions.

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Topics: tax planning,, corporate inversions,, mergers and acquisitions, corporate tax,, personal tax planning, capital gains





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