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Estate Tax Law Made Permanent with Passage of American Taxpayer Relief Act

The Senate and House voted over New Year’s to pass the American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2012 (H.R. 8) ending (at least for now) the uncertainty of the future of the federal estate and gift tax law. The Act permanently extends a number of tax provisions, modifies the estate tax, and revises tax rates on ordinary and capital gain income, among other things. The Act permanently maintains the estate and gift tax exclusion at $5 million (indexed for inflation), but also permanently increases the ...
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Changes in Employment Law: E-Verify Compliance, EEOC Guidance on Use of Arrest & Conviction Records

Changes in Employment Law: E-Verify Compliance, EEOC Guidance on Use of Arrest & Conviction Records (PDF)  

Choose If You Dare: The 20-Factor Test and Federal & State Implications of Making the Wrong Decision

Choose If You Dare: The 20-Factor Test and Federal & State Implications of Making the Wrong Decision (PDF)

Condemnation Actions: What You Should Know When the State Takes Your Property

Condemnation Actions: What You Should Know When the State Takes Your Property (PDF)  

2012 Federal Income Tax Update

2012 Federal Income Tax Update (PDF)

Promising Rain, But Delivering Only Blue Skies: A CPA’s Guide to the State and Federal Securities Laws

Promising Rain, But Delivering Only Blue Skies: A CPA’s Guide to the State and Federal Securities Laws (PDF)

Estate Planning Issues for Noncitizens Who Reside in the United States

Estate Planning Issues for Noncitizens Who Reside in the United States (PDF)

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