Posts Tagged: Regulations

Are you thinking about donating “big ticket” items of property to charity? Beware of these IRS new regulations

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Ten years ago, the Internal Revenue Service proposed regulations that would define how to value (and prove the actual value) of non-cash donations of $5,000 and over to charity.  The regulations involved things like artwork, jewelry, antiques and other possessions whose value is often in the eye of...
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What The Tax Bill Means To You

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Now that the new tax bill has been formally ratified by the U.S. House and Senate, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 will be sent to the President’s desk in the next few days.  As you probably know, the House and Senate versions were somewhat different and you may be wondering: What does the fina...
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Department of Labor Fiduciary Rule

For months, we watched the development of (and debate about) the pending Department of Labor fiduciary rule with great interest.  With the government finally taking action to provide greater consumer protection for assets in retirement accounts, we are celebrating.  Why celebrate now? At Inspir...
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