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Estate Planning and Cryptocurrency
Category: Tax , Trusts and Estates
Digital assets, such as cryptocurrency, are becoming a larger component of investors’ portfolios. More and more people are owning some form of cryptocurrency. Cryptocurrency creates unique challenges for estate planning because (i) there is no personally identifiable information associated with…
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Recent State Income Tax Rate Changes for Individuals and Corporations
Category: Tax
Despite rising inflation and interest rates, some Arkansas individuals and corporations can look forward to relief when filing their state income tax returns for this year and next year. Such relief will come in the form of reduced state income tax rates and an individual income tax credit. In…
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Estate Planning Techniques in a Higher Interest Rate Environment
Category: Tax , Trusts and Estates
One can hardly miss the high levels of inflation currently affecting our economy. Even for those who do not pay close attention to the news, where inflation could hardly be more covered, the price of nearly everything for consumers has skyrocketed as we have emerged from the COVID pandemic. To try…
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Solar Tax Benefits Now Directly Available to State and Local Governments and 501(c)(3) Organizations
Category: Legislative Updates, Municipal and Public Finance, Tax
On August 16, 2022, President Biden signed the Inflation Reduction Act (or IRA), which provides significant tax and other incentives for qualifying renewable energy facilities including solar generation facilities. Among these are the extension and creation of almost $280 billion in clean energy…
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Federal Court Authorizes Service of John Doe Summons Seeking Cryptocurrency User Identities
Category: Tax
Back in 2005 when I was a trial attorney at the United States Department of Justice, I worked to enforce the John Doe summons on PayPal, Inc. in the federal district court in the Northern District of California, which summons sought to uncover the identities of several thousand PayPal users holding…
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