Tax

Tax law is one of the most complex areas of the law.  The recent legislation, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Acts (TCJA), the first major change to tax law since 1986, had many implications for business owners, as well as private individuals for tax filing purposes. Almost every decision a business makes may have tax consequences, and the National Law Review has legal analysis of the new TCJA legislation as well as updates on the IRS interpretations and guidance documents.

State Tax Laws (SALT)

Additionally, the National Law Review has coverage of many state tax laws, as well as states' responses to the TCJA.   These SALT issues are carefully analyzed by the legal experts who write for the National Law Review.  Along with state income tax rules, there is also information on how states are handling aspects of the gig economy, as well as state responses to changes with the individual mandate under the Affordable Care Act.

GILTI Tax, Estate, Base Erosion Anti-Abuse Tax

From new tax implications under GILTI tax (Global Intangible Low Taxed Income) to deductions under the IRC for gifts and estate transfers, visitors can find the latest stories in relation to both business and personal tax laws. Visitors can read about the implications the TCJA has on multinational companies, how the BEAT tax (Base Erosion Anti-Abuse Tax) is calculated, or the effects estate taxes will have when deciding who to leave property to in a will.

Tax Deductions & Credits

With the evolving tax situations, there are many questions related to which tax credits and deductions are still on the table.  The National Law Review offers analysis of changing tax regulations, interpreting legislation to answer questions related to tax credits like the Family and Medical Leave Tax Credit as well as Historic Tax Credit, and renewable energy tax credits.

The National Law Review also covers stories and news about nonprofit and for-profit organizations, and how the current tax legislation affects these companies. Among the topics covered on the site are transfer taxes, estate taxes, tangible and property tax law, bankruptcy, restructuring, and tax implications on real estate. From news about tax implications on multinational organizations involved in international deals and relations to tax implications under ACA (Affordable Care Act) and HSA (health savings accounts), visitors will always find the latest tax law covered on the National Law Review site.

Updates on Federal Agencies Related to Tax

The National Law Review provides news and coverage on federal taxing agencies including the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), Department of Treasury, and state and local government agencies, which dictate tax laws. For coverage on state, national, federal, and international taxes, and how TCJA affects these taxes, the National Law Review provides the latest, in-depth news coverage for its visitors.

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Recent Tax, Internal Revenue Service & Treasury Legal News

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Aug 23
Considering Converting an LLC into a Corporation? Here Are the QSBS Issues You Should Be Thinking About Mintz
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Aug 23
Considering Converting an LLC into a Corporation? Here Are the Section 1202 Issues You Should Be Thinking About Mintz
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Aug 23
Group of Bipartisan Senators Inquire Into the Oversight of Nonprofit Hospitals’ Tax-Exempt Requirements and Compliance Squire Patton Boggs (US) LLP
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Aug 23
A Different Kind of IPO: Going “Public” with Your Private Foundation Blank Rome LLP
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Aug 23
Updates Regarding Exports of Certain Nuclear Items to China and Macau Squire Patton Boggs (US) LLP
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Aug 23
Opportunity Zones: Should Your Startup Make One Its Home? Foley & Lardner LLP
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Aug 23
Payback, New Jersey Style Blank Rome LLP
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Aug 23
New York State Division of Tax Appeals Finds Hotel Business Liable for Over $15 Million in Franchise Tax Blank Rome LLP
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Aug 23
IRS Finalizes Rules to Collect Taxes on Erroneously Claimed Employee Retention Credits and Other COVID-19 Tax Credits Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart, P.C.
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Aug 23
Tips for Dissenting Stakeholders Challenging a Cram Down (or Up) Katten
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Aug 23
Will the Supreme Court Invalidate One or More Sections of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act? Miller Canfield
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Aug 23
Congress to Examine Political Activities of Nonprofits ArentFox Schiff LLP
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Aug 23
It’s That Time of Year Again! The Property Tax Rolls Are Open For 2023 (2024 For Orleans Parish) Jones Walker LLP
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Aug 23
Pennsylvania “School Choice” Options: Now and Future Strassburger McKenna Gutnick & Gefsky
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Aug 23
Positioning for the Exit at the Entrance Foley & Lardner LLP
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Aug 23
Ten Minute Interview: Recent Legal Developments and What They May Mean For You [VIDEO] Foley & Lardner LLP
15
Aug 23
Just Catching Up? For Secure 2.0’s Catch-up Contributions, Age Is More Than Just a Number McDermott Will & Emery
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Aug 23
BTR Series Part 4: Affordable Housing And Key Worker Housing—What Role Do These Play in the BTR Solution? K&L Gates
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Aug 23
Self-Directed IRAs and the Prohibited Transaction Rules – Part 1 ArentFox Schiff LLP
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Aug 23
At the 10-Yard Line: New York Formally Proposes Corporate Tax Reform Regulations McDermott Will & Emery
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Aug 23
Do Good Fences Make Good Neighbors? New Jersey Enacts Nonresident Income Tax ‘Convenience of the Employer’ Law Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart, P.C.
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Aug 23
The Tax Implications of Purchasing Craft Producers in the First Half of a Year McDermott Will & Emery
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Aug 23
IRS Issues Final Regulations on the Low-Income Community Bonus Credit Program Under Section 48 Nelson Mullins
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Aug 23
What Every Importer Should Know About . . . Customs Compliance Foley & Lardner LLP
10
Aug 23
Reimbursement for Remediation: Massachusetts Brownfields Tax Credits Program Extended Goulston & Storrs
10
Aug 23
New York Formally, and Finally, Proposes Regulations Concerning 2015 Corporate Tax Reform Jones Walker LLP
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Aug 23
BTR Series Part 3: Indirect Tax—What Else Could Be Done and How Should Tax Regulations Align? K&L Gates
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Aug 23
IRS Identifies Monetized Installment Sales as a Listed Transaction Polsinelli PC
 

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