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Archive for the ‘Taxation’ Category

Health Care Reform: Changing Employer Plans and Taxes

John Vandenhoff continues his exploration of the tax implications of the new health care law. There’s also more in a series of informational podcasts on the Web site of the Law Firm Alliance, of which we are a member. In our previous posts, we briefly talked about the new Healthcare legislation which was signed into [...]

 

Health Reform: Codifying Economic Substance Doctrine

John Vandenhoff continues his exploration of the tax implications of the new health care law. There’s also more in a series of informational podcasts on the Web site of the Law Firm Alliance, of which we are a member. In our previous posts (here and here), we talked about the new Healthcare legislation which was [...]

 

Health Reform: Part Two is Taxes

In our previous post, John Vandenhoff briefly talked about the new Healthcare legislation which was signed into law (H.R. 4872 the Healthcare and Education Reconciliation Act of 2010 (Reconciliation Act, P.L. 101-152)) (the “Healthcare Act”) and described a couple of the major individual mandates contained within that Act.

 

For your Health: Be Prepared to be Insured

Thanks to John Vandenhoff, here is the first in a series of articles on the tax implications of the new health care law. There’s also more in a series of informational podcasts on the Web site of the Law Firm Alliance, of which we are a member. John Vandenhoff On Mar. 30, 2010, President Obama [...]

 

HIRE Act — Incentives and Ground Rules

This article is the second of two by John Vandenhoff on the newly enacted HIRE Act. John is a tax specialist at Sands Anderson and in this article John describes some of tax incentives as well as the rules that apply when taking advantage of the HIRE Act’s provisions. David

 

HIRE Act — The New Hiring Incentives

This article by John Vandenhoff, a tax specialist at Sands Anderson, describes some of the incentives for businesses that hire new employees under the Hiring Incentives to Restore Employment Act of 2010 (“HIRE”). We’ll have more on this important new law in some of our follow-on posts. David

 

New Health Care Law — Tax Impact

New Healthcare Law — Tax Impact According to reporting by Bloomberg’s Ryan J. Donmoyer (www.bloomberg.com) if the final version of the healthcare legislation passes the Senate, high-income investors will pay higher Medicare taxes, tax breaks for out-of-pocket medical deductions, such as flexible spending accounts, will be limited, and it will cost insurance companies more to [...]

 

Tax Law Change May Reinstate Estate Rules

From time-to-time, articles by our colleagues who practice other types of law that may not directly affect business and transactions, have information on topics that are so important and timely for all of our readers that we post them here. The comments below from Bruce L. Mertens, an experienced trust and estate attorney at Sands [...]

 

Stock Grants and Phantom Income

This Kind of Corporate Benefit Your Employees Don’t Welcome. Stock Grants and Phantom Income You own a small and very successful private company. You know that you would never have become so successful without the dedication and hard work of your trusted key managers. You have one particularly valuable manager who you would like to [...]