Monthly Archive:: October 2021

Lawmakers Could Pay for Reconciliation While Improving the Tax Code

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares With corporate and individual rate hikes potentially out of the Build Back Better (BBB) reconciliation package, lawmakers are weighing alternative options to raise revenue. Rather than come up with complicated changes to the tax base, or untested proposals such as mark-to-market for billionaires, they should prioritize options that raise revenue while improving the


TweetShareSharePin0 Shares My husband using the controls on his cellphone to fly a drone in our local park. This is just a basic one but has a surprisingly good camera. #29 hand 52in2020 Posted by sallyNZ on 2020-02-19 03:45:45 Tagged: , scavenger1 , Technology , drone , park , 52in2020challenge TweetShareSharePin0 Shares

Minimum Tax on Book Income Would Hit Stock Compensation

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares One way employees can be compensated for their work, in addition to wages, salaries, and benefits, is through awards of company stock. The tax treatment of stock-based compensation has received attention for contributing to the gap between corporate taxable income and book income reported on financial statements, which President Biden has proposed targeting

Looming R&D Capitalization Would Hit Manufacturing And Tech Sectors Hardest

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares US taxation of intellectual property (IP) is facing big changes. Starting next year, research and development (R&D) expenditures, now fully expensed (written off in the year in which they are acquired), must be capitalized and amortized over a period of 5 to 15 years. Additionally, President Biden would repeal a special tax deduction

Taxpayer Fails in Effort to Dismiss Erroneous Refund Suit

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares In United States v. Sharpe, No. 2:20-cv-02490 (E.D. Pa. 2021) the court denied the taxpayer’s motion to dismiss an erroneous refund suit filed against her by the IRS.  The denial of the motion still leaves her with the opportunity to argue against the imposition of the erroneous refund provision on its merits.  It

Taxing Ebay Part Deux

TweetShareSharePin0 SharesTaxing Ebay Part Deux When my column on paying income tax on eBay profits ran it brought a wave of emails on whether you were required to report income earned from eBay sales to the IRS sparked a number of additional questions and comments from eBay sellers who were hoping that I could somehow
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