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RSM Annual Tax Planning Guide

Our annual guide provides succinct analyses, tips, rate charts and other useful data to help businesses and individuals with tax planning.  Discover answers to popular tax questions or delve into specific areas, including tax planning basics, investing, real estate, business and executive compensation, charitable giving, retirement, estate planning and more.  This online resource is updated every fall.


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Tax Court holds extension of prepaid forward contract not taxable

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Tax Court holds extension of prepaid forward contract not taxable

Taxpayer recognized no gain when its obligation to deliver shares was delayed; application of decision to other contracts may be limited.

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Estate planning: A practical approach to risk management

Join us on Tuesday, March 28 for a webcast examining risk management strategies designed to help preserve your wealth for future generations.

Section 7520 rate drops for March, dip or blip, we'll take it

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Section 7520 rate drops for March, dip or blip, we'll take it

This slight reprieve in the upward trend of rates keeps the window open for wealth transfer on a gift tax-efficient basis.

ACA penalty on individuals without health insurance still applies

TAX ALERT

ACA penalty on individuals without health insurance still applies

The IRS will process 2016 individual tax returns without health insurance information, but ACA penalties still apply.

Tax Court decision on abusive DISC commissions to Roth IRA overturned

TAX ALERT

Tax Court decision on abusive DISC commissions to Roth IRA overturned

The Sixth Circuit disagreed with the IRS using substance over form to recharacterize DISC dividends as excess Roth IRA contributions.