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2016
Dec 29

Tax Connections Newsletter – Winter 2017

The ORBA Tax Connections Newsletter is a quarterly publication focused on effective tax planning. The Winter 2017 issue includes the article, “Is it Time to Revisit the Research Credit?”

2016
Feb 18

Tax Connections Newsletter – Winter 2016

The ORBA Tax Connections Newsletter is a quarterly publication focused on effective tax planning. The Winter 2016 issue includes two articles: “Watch Out for Phone Calls ‘From the IRS'” and “Tax Tips.”

2015
Oct 29

Tax Connections Newsletter – Fall 2015

The ORBA Tax Connections Newsletter is a quarterly publication focused on effective tax planning. The Fall 2015 issue includes two articles: “Nonqualified Options: How to Report Stock Sales” and “Should You Treat a Partner as an Employee?”

2015
Jun 15

Tax Connections Newsletter – Spring 2015

The ORBA Tax Connections Newsletter is a quarterly publication focused on effective tax planning. The Spring 2015 issue includes two articles, The IRS on Employees vs. Independent Contractors and Tax Tips.

2015
Feb 16

Tax Connections Newsletter – Winter 2015

The ORBA Tax Connections Newsletter is a quarterly publication focused on effective tax planning. The Winter 2015 issue includes two articles, Personal Goodwill Offers Opportunities for M&A Planning and 529 Plans: Fund College Costs the Tax-Advantaged Way.

2014
Dec 03

Tax Connections Newsletter – Fall 2014

The ORBA Tax Connections Newsletter is a quarterly publication focused on effective tax planning. The Fall 2014 issue includes two articles, Buying or Selling a Business? What You Need to Know and Tax Tips.

2014
Sep 08

Tax Connections Newsletter – Summer 2014

The Summer 2014 Tax Connections Newsletter includes two articles, Tips for Midyear Tax Planning and Tax Tips, which covers IRA rollovers, severance pay taxes and the tax treatment of virtual currency.

2014
Apr 14

Tax Connections Newsletter – Spring 2014

The Tax Ins and Outs of Employee Fringe Benefits So-called “fringe” benefits can actually be a significant component of compensation and a tool for attracting, motivating and retaining talented employees. But the tax treatment of fringe benefits is complex and often misunderstood. To avoid unpleasant tax surprises, it is important for employers and employees alike… Continue reading »

2014
Jan 27

Tax Connections Newsletter – Winter 2013

From a tax perspective, pass-through structures — such as limited liability companies (LLCs), S corporations and partnerships — have been the preferred business entity choice in recent years. But increases in individual income tax rates have made the decision a closer call.

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