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Another Day, Another Bill Aimed at Cross-Border Tax Planning

It is not uncommon for a client to inform us of an article that they have read, which was published in one of the well-known and reputable publications, about yet another profitable multinational corporation with no corresponding U.S. income tax obligation. Moreover, they want to know how can they set up their affairs to legally do the same. Once it is explained that [...]

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American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2012 Not As Taxing to Charities As Feared?

By: Richard Ruvelson Happy Super Bowl weekend! This is the inaugural issue of our GHJ Nonprofit Tax Blog and I want to start out by saying how happy I am to be back in Southern California after 14 years and am enjoying the relatively warm weather. Although we had a cold spell recently, it’s still a lot warmer than the Twin Cities and I am enjoying my view of Catalina [...]

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Form 990 Core Form Instructions Released

By: Richard Ruvelson While many tax-exempt organizations have been concerned about the provisions of the American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2012, there are some other tax “reporting” issues that I want to remind tax-exempt organizations to consider over the next few weeks. Form 990 Since the 2012 Form 990 instructions were released on the IRS website on February 1st, [...]

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