Recent Publications - Tax

Embryo Destruction Lawsuits Open New Legal Frontier
February 20, 2019 | Health Services
As of January 2019, following a months-long break in the cases due to judicial transition, at least 70 lawsuits arising from the accidental destruction of human embryos and eggs were pending in Ohio state courts. The cases highlight the complex questions surrounding the legal status of embryos and, by consequence, theories of liability for the …
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11 Estate Planning Myths Debunked
July 25, 2018 | Trusts & Estates
Misconceptions about wills, trusts and estate planning in general abound. Here, we help you separate fact from fiction. 1.      Estate planning is only for the wealthy. Besides preserving and protecting assets, estate planning preserves dignity. It allows you to make decisions about your physical and mental healthcare while you are able to do so, before …
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Internet Seller Beware
June 27, 2018 | Corporate | Tax
Due to a recent Supreme Court decision, internet sellers may now be required to collect and remit sales taxes in states in which they have no physical presence. In the landmark case of South Dakota v. Wayfair, Inc., decided on June 21, the Court overturned its prior decisions that had provided that an out-of-state seller …
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Starting Jan. 1, IRS Can Collect Tax Deficiencies Directly from Partnerships
December 5, 2017 | Corporate | Tax
A new audit regime, effective January 1, potentially shifts tax liabilities among partners. Starting in 2018, the IRS will be authorized to collect tax deficiencies directly from a partnership (including LLCs taxed as partnerships). This will result in current partners bearing tax liabilities relating to prior taxable years, even though the partnership may now have …
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