Blog: Corporate and Tax

Does Your Business Have a Plan?

For many partners and small business owners, there is no governing document which dictates what happens when one of the partners wants to sell his interest, becomes ill, starts losing their mental...

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WOULD A FEDERAL ESTATE TAX EXIST UNDER PRESIDENT-ELECT TRUMP?

The election of Donald J. Trump to the Presidency surprised voters and pundits alike and continues to reverberate in the public square. When considering what comes next in Washington, President-Elect...

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IRS Announces Inflation Adjustments for 2017

The IRS recently issued Revenue Procedure 2016-55, which detailed annual adjustments to many key figures for tax computations for tax year 2017. Below is a partial list, including items of interest...

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Court Upholds $6.9M Verdict for Violation of Non-Solicitation Agreement

Recently the Pennsylvania Superior Court upheld a lower court opinion that found a Philadelphia corporation liable for tort claims and violations of non-solicitation agreements. Of the total $6.9M...

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Pennsylvania Department of Revenue: Tax Amnesty Program

Under Act 84 of 2016, signed into law July 13, 2016, Pennsylvania authorized a tax amnesty period from April 21, 2017 through June 19, 2017. During this limited 60-day period, the...

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HILLARY CLINTON RELEASES ESTATE TAX PROPOSAL

On September 22, 2016, Hillary Clinton released her tax proposal that she plans to enact if elected in November.  The newly-updated plan would mean big changes for the Federal Estate Tax....

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AT LONG LAST, THE END OF THE CAPITAL STOCK TAX

On Monday, January 4, 2016, Governor Wolf announced that he would not impede the planned phase-out of the Pennsylvania Capital Stock and Foreign Franchise Tax, giving effect to the legislature’s...

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Does the Value of Labor Depreciate?

On December 10, 2015, the Arkansas Supreme Court held that a property insurer may not depreciate labor when calculating actual cash value (ACV). ...

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Contact Your Legislators!

In a move called by some "bold," Pennsylvania's new Governor Tom Wolf has proposed a new 6.6% tax on services -- everything from daycare, barbers and hairdressers, lawyers an

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