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North Carolina Adopts New Changes to Contractor Income Tax Withholding Rules

Senate Bill 523 (July 26, 2019) made significant amendments to N.C.G.S. 105-163.3, which requires that any payer paying more than $1,500 in a calendar year to an ITIN contractor to withhold 4% of income tax on the compensation being paid to the ITIN contractor.  Under the amended N.C.G.S 105-163.3, effective January 1, 2020, a payer must deduct and withhold 4% NC income tax from nonwage compensation paid to a "payee" if the payer expects to pay more than $1,500 to the payee in that calendar yea ...
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Salary Overtime Threshold to Increase in 2020

On January 1, 2020, the salary threshold for “white collar” exemption from overtime will increase to $684 per week ($35,568 annualized). In order to qualify for the “white collar” exemption from overtime (available for certain executive, administrative, and professional employees), the employee must meet both a “duties” test and be paid on a “salary” basis.  Under Department of Labor rules, being paid on a “salary basis” means an employee must regularly receive a predet ...
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IRS Ramps Up Effort to Collect Employer Shared Responsibility Payments

The IRS has recently started sending letters to businesses asserting tax penalties under the Affordable Care Act (ACA), also known as "Obamacare". These letters advise that the business owes an Employer Shared Responsibility Payment (ESRP) penalty as a result of failing to comply with certain provisions of the ACA. Under the ACA, all employers with 50 or more full-time employees are required to offer health insurance coverage that is affordable and provides minimal essential coverage to at le ...
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New IRS Audit Rules Mean Tax Deadline Looming for Partnerships and LLCs to Make Big Decisions

On January 1, 2018, new IRS audit rules went into effect that made big changes on how the IRS will conduct future audits of partnerships (i.e, general and limited partnerships and LLCs).  These new changes give the IRS more power in conducting audits of partnership tax returns. Before 2018, in most cases, if the IRS wanted to audit the tax return of a partnership, the IRS had to open up audits of the individual partners (or LLC members). And, the IRS would then have to assess tax, penalties ...
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2018 Federal Income Tax Update

2018 Federal Income Tax Update (PDF)

Crowdfunding 101 – An Update on the Current State of Crowdfunding and Other Capital Raising Options for Your Business Clients

Crowdfunding 101 – An Update on the Current State of Crowdfunding and Other Capital Raising Options for Your Business Clients (PDF)

Ignorance is Not Bliss – Become #MeToo Ready

Ignorance is Not Bliss – Become #MeToo Ready (PDF)

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