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Stories from the Inside and War Stories from the Outside: Navigating Internal and External Legal Issues

Stories from the Inside and War Stories from the Outside: Navigating Internal and External Legal Issues (PDF)

Recent Issues and Updates in Employment Law and Cybersecurity

Recent Issues and Updates in Employment Law and Cybersecurity (PDF)

Tales from the Pandemic: Some Estate Planning Challenges and Opportunities Highlighted by This Crazy Year

Tales from the Pandemic: Some Estate Planning Challenges and Opportunities Highlighted by This Crazy Year (PDF)

2020 Federal Income Tax Update

2020 Federal Income Tax Update (PDF)

The Estate Tax Exemption May Go Down Drastically (Either Immediately or in a Few Years) – Should You Take Action Now to Reduce a Potential Estate Tax?

In the past, the amount that a person could transfer exempt from the estate tax at his or her death was fairly steady for many years. Starting around 2002, the exemption started increasing at a faster rate, going to $5 million in 2011 and then doubling in 2018. The exemption amount currently sits at $11.58 million per person and is slated to go to $11.7 million in 2021. The exemption has never been reduced in the history of the tax, although we came close a couple of times (remember the “fi ...
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Carruthers & Roth Holds Second Food Drive for BackPack Beginnings; Donates More Than 6,000 Food Items and $1,500

GREENSBORO, N.C. – Carruthers & Roth, P.A. recently held a second internal food drive to benefit BackPack Beginnings and donated more than 6,000 food items and $1,500 to the local nonprofit that delivers child-centric services to feed, comfort and clothe children in need. In May, Carruthers & Roth’s first food drive collected more than 1,000 food items which were donated to support BackPack Beginnings and its COVID-19 response efforts. As Guilford County children headed back to ...
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2020 Business & Tax Seminar (December 2, 2020)

Carruthers & Roth’s annual Business & Tax Seminar will be held on Wednesday, December 2, 2020. The seminar will be virtual this year due to the current uncertain circumstances surrounding COVID-19. This year's event will also be a half-day seminar (maximum of 4 CPE credits), not a full-day seminar. The seminar, designed for CPAs, accounting and tax professionals, will focus on key issues, policies and requirements related to their profession. Attendees can earn up to 4 CPE credits ...
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