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A goal of estate planning is to maximize the wealth that is passed on to one's heirs. In this video, we'll discuss how a Spousal Lifetime Access Trust and an Irrevocable Life Insurance Trust may help you minimize estate taxes and protect wealth.
The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has established guidelines concerning the withdrawal of an Employee Retention Credit (ERC) claim for those employers who now believe they may not qualify. These guidelines, detailed on the IRS's official website, outline the necessary steps a taxpayer must take to withdraw a claim for the ERC, under certain conditions.
For any business, understanding and effectively managing the cost of customer acquisition is crucial for success. In this video, we'll explain what it is, how it's calculated, and how it affects a business's profitability, cash flow, and overall growth.
The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has recently released guidance on Roth catch-up contributions under SECURE 2.0 Act. This guidance, outlined in Notice 2023-62, provides important information for individuals who are age 50 or older and participating in a retirement plan that allows deferral contributions.
This article discusses estate planning and tax considerations after the sale of a business interest or other liquidity event, including common strategies to reduce estate tax and meet charitable giving goals.
The Corporate Transparency Act will require most businesses to provide beneficial ownership information to the U.S. Department of Treasury to combat money laundering. Find out who needs to report, what information is required, and when the reports must be submitted.
The IRS has released additional guidance on ERC claims basing credit eligibility on supply chain disruptions. In a Generic Legal Advice Memorandum (GLAM) and IRS Notice, the IRS explores various scenarios and clarifies the requirements for employers to substantiate their claims.
A recent IRS Notice provides essential guidance on required minimum distributions (RMDs) under SECURE 2.0. This article reviews that Notice and provides insights into the updated rules and deadlines for RMDs, helping taxpayers navigate the ever-changing landscape of retirement planning and compliance with IRS regulations.