Foreign Tax Credits Clarified in Proposed Regulations

In December of 2017, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (“TCJA”) brought sweeping tax reform to the U.S. The U.S. moved from a worldwide tax system to a partial territorial tax system. The TCJA significantly changed the way the U.S. taxes foreign activities for businesses and individuals.  New provisions, including

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Tax Amnesty Announced for Unpaid/Unfiled New Jersey Taxpayers

New Jersey Announces Tax Amnesty Effective Until January 15, 2019: Helpful Information for Businesses and Individuals with Unpaid/Unfiled New Jersey Taxes The New Jersey Division of Taxation recently announced that it will be conducting a tax amnesty program from November 15, 2018 until January 15, 2019.  During this two-month window,

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Making Referrals isn’t Nice – It’s Essential

I had a conversation with a business contact this week about making referrals, specifically, about using our relationship power to recommend and endorse other people and companies, who may be of value to those within our own sphere of influence. My discussion partner emphatically declared that he did not feel

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