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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.
By Nancy G. Ross, Samuel D. Block
Virtually all companies that offer participant-directed retirement plans permit their participants to elect an income-producing, low risk, liquid fund, such as a money market fund or a stable value fund.
By David Burton
The Stratton Report has published an interview with me that discusses the pending tax reform legislation:
By David Burton, Jeffrey Davis, Anne Levin-Nussbaum
Today, the House voted 227 to 303 in favor of the tax reform bill agreed to by the conference committee. No Democrats voted for the House bill, and 12 Republicans from high tax states voted against it.
By David Burton
On December 22, 2017, the president signed the tax reform bill. It is generally identical to the conference committee bill discussed in our blog post of December 19, and specifically there were no changes with respect to ...
By Roger V. Abbott, Marcia Madsen
On December 26, 2017, defendant Gilead Sciences Inc. filed a petition for certiorari (case number 17-936), requesting the Supreme Court to review a major Ninth Circuit False Claims Act ...
By Marcia Madsen, Luke Levasseur
Large contractors are not clogging up the Government's procurement system by filing a disproportionately large numbers of bid protests.
By Costas Avrakotos, Kristie D. Kully
Pennsylvania became the latest state to impose a licensing obligation on mortgage loan servicers.
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