It’s called the “tax code” for a reason. Unraveling it accurately can be a puzzle, especially for individuals and families with significant assets.
Congress passed the final version of the pending tax legislation, which will now move to President Trump’s desk for signature. The bill is the largest rewrite of the U.S. tax code in three decades, and will have broad implications for individuals, families, and businesses.
It’s hard to predict how elections will shake up the market. Your best defense against uncertainty is to look at what hasn’t changed rather than focus on temporary events.
Last month, the IRS issued proposed regulations that, if finalized, will dramatically impact future planning options for Family Companies (LLC’s, Limited Partnerships, General Partnership, and Corporations).
The IRS has given us 3 more days to file a tax return this year due to an unusual bit of timing. Emancipation Day, an official
February 2, 2016 — Today we announce new additions to our team and a new location for the Portland office.
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