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By David Burton, Jeffrey Davis
A Word About Wind has published our article What Is the Impact of Tax Reform on US Wind Tax Equity Deals?
By Ryan Liebl
However, the press and investors may react to the ratio.
By David Burton, Nadav Klugman, Jeffrey Davis
The solar industry has undergone a tremendous evolution in the course of the last decade. Below we outline some of the more notable developments, with a focus on project financing in the U.S.
By David Burton, Jeffrey Davis, Anne Levin-Nussbaum
On Thursday, November 2, Republicans in the US House of Representatives released their proposed tax reform legislation, providing for massive alterations to tax law.
By Lennine Occhino
This blog provides a number of examples of issues that plan fiduciaries who are not familiar with CITs could miss.
By Stephanie B. Vasconcellos
EBSA currently remains unconvinced that the revised claims procedures are overreaching.
By Lennine Occhino
The take away for plan fiduciaries is that the landscape for the Fiduciary Rule is likely to change significantly, but not in the near future.
By Karen Grotberg, Ryan Liebl
The excise tax payable for 2020 would equal 20% of $425,000.
By James E. Crossen
Reflecting a slight uptick in inflation in the past year, several benefit plan limitation amounts will increase for 2018.
By Ryan Liebl
First, ISS added a problematic compensation practice related to non-employee director compensation.
By David Burton, Jeffrey Davis, Anne Levin-Nussbaum
Our article Proposed GOP Tax Reform Would Curtail Tax Incentives for Wind and Solar is available from North American WindPower
By David Burton
Mayer Brown has launched its US Tax Reform Roadmap.
By David Burton, Jeffrey Davis
Below we describe the five differences from the House bill that are of greatest significance to the renewable energy tax equity market.
By Joseph A. Lifsics
The DOL has recently extended the relief previously granted to five financial institutions which allows these banks to continue to rely on the QPAM exemption (Prohibited Transaction Exemption 84-14).
By Maureen Gorman
Although retirement plans and schemes are generally jurisdiction specific creatures, the governance of the retirement plans and schemes of multinational companies is very much a global issue.
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