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IRS Addresses Tax Law Uncertainty for Same-Sex Couples

26/09/13 8:00 am | Comments (2) | Posted By:

  As promised, I am updating my earlier blog outlining many tax law questions left unanswered as a result of the recent Supreme Court decision invalidating a key provision of the 1996 Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA). The IRS has recently announced their ruling addressing the tax law implications arising from the Court's decision on DOMA. Th...

Your Retirement Plan – Take a Loan or a Hardship Distribution?

19/09/13 8:00 am | Comments (0) | Posted By:

  More people are heading to their retirement plans at work for a bail out in today’s economic times. An individual will have financial options if he or she should be so lucky as to a have a retirement plan at work. An employee may request a hardship distribution or a loan from their retirement plan at work, if available. There are strict ...

Haven’t done your taxes yet? Don’t forget the October 15th deadline!

12/09/13 3:37 pm | Comments (0) | Posted By:

  The October 15th tax extension deadline is quickly approaching, which means it’s time to finish up that tax return you have been avoiding all summer. There are many benefits to filing an extension if your tax return is not quite ready in April, but there are no additional extensions available for the upcoming October 15th deadline. When you...

Innovation and Public Accounting: Lessons from Marissa Mayer and Steve Jobs

05/09/13 10:59 am | Comments (0) | Posted By:

How do we bring innovation into the world of Public Accounting?  The Truth About Marissa Mayer: An Unauthorized Biography by Nicholas Carlson popped up in the recommended news section of my Linked In account this weekend. Thinking I would just scan through it, I later found it was a lengthy but intriguing article which I read in two sittings....