IRS Tax Tip 2017-51: Important Facts about Filing Late and Paying Penalties

DSC00052The IRS recently issued the attached Tax Tip for Late Filing Penalties. If you have late filing or other penalties, we may be able to help. For more information please contact us at 404-255-7400 or info@hoffmanesatelaw.com.

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Planning With Uncertainty

business lawWith the election of Donald Trump as President, many income, estate, and gift tax issues are in a state of uncertainty. President-Elect Trump has mentioned eliminating the Estate Tax, but it’s unclear if he will make that a priority, or if Congress is interested in such a change.

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Overtime Law Update

IAN M. FISHERIn  June, we warned business clients that new regulations governing overtime laws would take effect on December 1, 2016. However, a number of states sued the Department of Labor and on November 23, the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Texas issued an injunction blocking the implementation from taking effect.

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Planning 2016: Sophisticated Charitable Giving

mary_croppedSignificant tax savings can be achieved through a properly planned program of gifts to charity. Although a contribution may be motivated by humanitarian reasons, it is nevertheless wise to take the tax considerations into account when making a contribution. Charitable giving can be divided into two general categories. First, there are donations that are made on a regular basis and involve relatively small amounts. Second, there is the large extraordinary donation often associated with estate planning. Different planning concepts govern each type of donation.

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Which Comes First? Estate Planning or Exit Planning?

Mike_Hoffman_17I would like to share an excellent article with you written by Denis M. Brown from Pace Capital Resources, LLC.  It is from The Exit Planning Review newsletter, issue 256, dated May 7, 2013.  Which Comes First? Estate Planning or Exit Planning?

Sincerely,

Mike

 

For more information regarding this or any other estate planning concern, please visit the Hoffman & Associates website at www.hoffmanestatelaw.com, call us at 404-255-7400 or send us an email.

In accordance with IRS Circular 230, this article is not to be considered a “covered opinion” or other written tax advice and should not be relied upon for IRS audit, tax dispute, or any other purpose. The information contained herein is provided “as is” for general guidance on matters of interest only. Hoffman & Associates, Attorneys-at-Law, LLC is not herein engaged in rendering legal, accounting, tax, or other professional advice and services. Before making any decision or taking any action, you should consult a competent professional advisor.