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August/September 2017

Key Tax Laws by Birthday

Sidney Kess, CPA, J.D., LL.M.

Many of the tax rules for individual taxpayers depend on age. Attaining a birthday may entitle an individual to a special tax break or end entitlement to another. Here is...

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Feature Stories

SEC Warns ICOs (Initial Coin Offerings) May Be Securities

CPA Magazine

Undefeated boxer Floyd Mayweather may be more famous for defeating MMA fighter Conor McGregor but he is so busy endorsing initial coin offerings, or ICOs, on his Instagram and Twitter...

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Tax Strategies

Key Tax Laws by Birthday

Sidney Kess, CPA, J.D., LL.M.

Many of the tax rules for individual taxpayers depend on age. Attaining a birthday may entitle an individual to a special tax break or end entitlement to another. Here is...

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Client Tax Tip

How Interest Can Be Deducted When Money is Borrowed to Buy I…

Julie Welch, CPA, CFP

If a taxpayer borrows money to purchase investments, such as mutual funds, bonds or stock, the interest paid on the loan can usually be deducted. There are two limitations, however...

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Financial Planner

Understanding Pay Options with the new DOL Regulations

Jerry Love, CPA/PFS, CFP, CVA, ABV, CITP, CFF, CFFA

This article is a follow up to the prior article which highlights the new regulations for the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) from the Department of Labor (DOL) raising the...

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Editor Blog

CPAs Wanting to Do It Themselves

Joshua Fluegel

In its ongoing effort to stay on the forefront of developments in tax profession technology, CPA Magazine talks to Mark Strassman, president of Make My Day CPA. Strassman discusses CPAs’...

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Tax Checklist

Technology and CPA Estate and Longevity Planning

Martin M. Shenkman, CPA, MBA, PFS, AEP, JD

Estate planning is a vital service for clients. While historically estate planning may have focused on estate tax minimization planning, for most clients estate taxes are much less of a...

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