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Evaluate the Tax Risks and Rewards of Operating Across State Lines With a Nexus Study

By |May 9th, 2017|

Operating in another state might mean being subject to taxation there, generally if you have nexus with the state. Essentially, “nexus” means a business presence that’s substantial enough to trigger the state’s tax rules and obligations. What activates nexus depends on a state’s chosen criteria. Learn more in this blog post.

A Brief Overview of the President-Elect’s Tax Reform Plan for Individuals

By |November 16th, 2016|

What do the election results mean for your personal tax outlook? Which proposals will make it into legislation and signed into law is uncertain, but major changes are likely. Learn more about the President-Elect's proposed tax reform plan in this blog post.

A Quick Look at the President-Elect’s Plan for Tax Law Changes

By |November 15th, 2016|

What do the election results mean for businesses’ tax outlook? President-elect Donald Trump’s proposed tax law changes released earlier this year generally would reduce tax rates for corporations and flow-through entities to 15% but eliminate many tax breaks. Learn more in this blog post.