Podcast: Bottom Up Podcast
Most notices from the IRS are regarding incomplete or incorrect information on taxpayer’s tax forms, but there are plenty of other reasons the agency contacts a taxpayer. Brittany Morrison discusses common notices from the IRS.
Signed into law in December, the Setting Every Community Up for Retirement Enhancement Act, or SECURE Act, changes many requirements for employer-provided retirement plans, IRAs, and other tax-favored savings accounts. Britany Morrison discusses the tax implications of a few key provisions in the Act, which are now in effect.
The IRS recently sent letters to more than 10,000 taxpayers received regarding taxes on virtual currency transactions. Kelly Kuglitsch and Britany Morrison discuss the letters and what it means for the recipients.
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 gives taxpayers an opportunity to defer capital gain from the sale of assets by investing in economically distressed areas in Wisconsin and across the U.S. Peter J. White discusses the requirements of investing in Qualified Opportunity Zones.
A case before the U.S. Supreme Court could significantly change the sales and use tax nexus landscape in the U.S. With a final decision anticipated this summer in South Dakota v. Wayfair , Luona Hao discusses the case and its implications for businesses.
In April, the Wisconsin Legislature increased the sales tax exemptions for nonprofits by increasing the casual sales dollar limits and occurrences. These increased limits will apply to sales on Jan. 1, 2017.
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