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Corporate Taxation

  • The Future of AI Is Now. Is Tax Ready?

    Chris D'Ambola, MBA, and Anli Chen, PMP, CSSBB
    Feb 1, 2024
    There will always come a time when the future becomes the present. Generative artificial intelligence (AI), once seen as a vision of tomorrow, has rapidly advanced to become an established part of the day-to-day operations for organizations in every industry. As AI’s potential and capabilities continue growing, questions about AI’s impact to traditional tax functions and the employees who perform them are only getting louder. 
  • Beyond College Savings: Using 529 Plans as an Estate Planning Tool

    David Oh, JD, LLM, and Julie Min Chayet, JD, MPA
    Sep 1, 2023

    For decades, most people have known 529 Plans  as a tool for putting money aside tax free for their children’s college expenses. Less known is their usefulness as a powerful estate planning tool. Strategically, using 529s as part of a wealth transfer strategy can help high-net-worth clients pass on significant wealth tax free to future generations. 

  • A Year in Review and an Outlook on the Horizon for Tax-Exempt Entities

    Magdalena M. Czerniawski, CPA
    May 1, 2023
    The new year brings numerous changes in tax and financial reporting for tax-exempt entities, as well as looming deadlines to recoup payroll taxes paid during the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic. Following is a roundup of the more significant changes discussed recently at the New York State Exempt Organizations Conference
  • Total Tax Mindset as a Sustainable Business Strategy

    Daniel Fuller, CPA, and Jonathon Geisen, CPA
    Apr 1, 2023

    For many years, sustainability was little more than a footnote in corporate strategies – written on paper, but disconnected and low on the priority list. Yet the case for sustainable business was steadily building, underpinned by the belief that how companies manage environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues influences long-term resilience, reputation and ROI.

  • Reporting Foreign Assets and Activities: Requirements and Challenges

    Rosy L. Lor
    Mar 1, 2023
    Complex annual U.S. federal information reporting requirements apply to U.S. citizens and resident aliens who own foreign assets or engage in cross-border activities. These U.S. taxpayers and their tax advisors must be proactive in identifying their foreign assets or transactions and understanding the reporting requirements that may apply.
  • Expatriation from the United States Part 1: The Exit Tax

    Gary Forster
    Feb 1, 2023

    The U.S. imposes an Expatriation Tax on U.S. citizens who abandon citizenship and on or long-term U.S. residents (non-citizens) who surrender their green card. The expatriation tax consists of the Exit Tax and the Inheritance Tax.  This article explains the Exit Tax.

  • Corporate Transparency Act

    Mitchell A. Drossman
    Jan 3, 2023

    On December 11, 2020, the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2021 (“Defense Act”) was presented to the President, who then vetoed the legislation on December 23. The House voted to override the veto on December 28, and the Senate soon followed on January 1, 2021. Accordingly, the Defense Act became law. 


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