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The Forbes 2018 Tax Guide

Advice on filing your 2017 tax return, making the most of the new tax law and avoiding tax scams and headaches. 

Could States Fix The SALT Deduction Cap By Taxing Pass-Throughs And Giving Their Owners A Credit?

Connecticut wants to defeat the new tax law's state and local tax deduction cap by imposing a new levy on pass-through businesses and giving their owners a new tax credit. Will it work?

The New Tax Law Shifts The Focus Of Estate Planning To The Income Tax

Daily Business Review, 2017 Tax Act Changes the Focus of Estate Planning to Saving Income Tax: Traditionally, estate planning to maximize what passes to the next generation after taxes meant planning to reduce the federal estate tax. This was accomplished by reducing the size of a person’s estate at death...

What The New York Times' TurboTax Defense And A 'Liberal Law Professor' Say About The Trump Tax Cuts

Wall Street Journal op-ed: The TurboTax Defense, by James Freeman: A New York Times correction blames the popular software, but a liberal academic still isn’t satisfied. The search continues for Americans who will not benefit from the Trump tax cuts on individual and corporate income. The New York Times has...

How the New Tax Law Affects Your Small Business (INFOGRAPHIC)

Still need the new tax plan explained? You're not alone - there'a a lot of uncertainty out there. Get the facts by checking out this handy infographic where it's all laid out for you.

IRS Releases Updated Withholding Calculator And Form W-4 For 2018

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has released an updated Withholding Calculator and form W-4 which reflect changes under the new tax law.

Figuring Out Your Form W-4 Under The New Tax Law: How Many Allowances Should You Claim In 2018?

Wondering how to fill out your form W-4? Here's what you need to know about the updated form for 2018.

New Tax Law Benefiting Shareholders More Than Workers So Far

WASHINGTON ? Since President Donald Trump signed the Republican tax bill in December, hundreds of retail companies have announced employee bonuses totaling more than $3 billion, which Republicans have said proves them right that the new law benefits regular Americans. Show More Summary

Tax Policy In The Trump Administration

The Atlantic, The GOP's Tax-Cut Narrative Is Already Unraveling Bloomberg, U.S. Real Disposable Incomes Up Most in Five Years on Tax Cuts Center on Budget and Policy Priorites, New Federal Tax Law Reduces Value of State EITCs Forbes: Are Tax Cuts Benefiting Workers Or Investors? Ask Me In A Few...

Photo Essay: Palestinian Christians and Muslims protest new Israeli tax aimed at Christian properties

The Church of the Holy Sepulchre closed its doors Sunday to protest a new Israeli property law and tax policy that would allow the government to take over church properties leased to private companies, and begin imposing taxes on church properties. Show More Summary

States with strong tobacco control measures have fewer e-cigarette users

(New York University) States with robust tobacco control policies and regulations, such as smoke free air laws and taxes on cigarettes, not only have fewer cigarette users but also fewer e-cigarette users, according to research from NYU School of Medicine and the NYU College of Global Public Health.

NY Times: Well-Heeled Investors Reap The Republican Tax Cut Bonanza

New York Times editorial, Well-Heeled Investors Reap the Republican Tax Cut Bonanza: After President Trump signed the Republican tax cut into law, companies put out cheery announcements that they were giving workers bonuses because of their expected windfalls from the tax reductions. The president and Republican lawmakers quickly held up...

Christianity’s ‘holiest site’ closed in protest

2 weeks agoNews : The Raw Story

Christian leaders in Jerusalem have closed the doors to the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, considered the holiest site in Christianity, to protest a new Israeli tax policy and a proposed property law. The Greek Orthodox, Roman Catholic, and the Armenian Apostolic leaders accused Israel of a...

Why Trump’s Tax Law Bump Wasn’t as Big as It Seemed

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Former Davis Polk Tax Partner Dana Trier Quits Position As Deputy Assistant Secretary For Tax Policy

Wall Street Journal, Treasury Official, Critical of Parts of Tax Law, Quits: A Treasury Department official deeply involved in implementing the new tax law left the government unexpectedly this week. Dana Trier, a retired New York attorney praised by fellow tax lawyers in both parties, was a deputy assistant secretary...

How the new tax law might affect home buyers who are retired

REAL ESTATE MATTERS | Now you'll only be able to deduct interest on the first $750,000 of the mortgage instead of $1 million.

TaxProf Blog Weekend Roundup

Saturday: This Week's Ten Most Popular TaxProf Blog Posts College Consultant Charged $1.5 Million To Get Student Admitted To Ivy League College WSJ: Pass-Through Businesses Are Rethinking Their Status In Wake Of The New Tax Law Gelbach: On Amy Wax’s Credibility And Conduct Sunday: New Tax Law Ignites White House...

New Tax Law Ignites White House Power Struggle

Following up on last week's post of the Wall Street Journal by Kim Strassel, Tax Reform and IRS Resistance: Politico, Tax Law Ignites White House Power Struggle: A political battle over the fate of hundreds of regulations and other guidance for the new tax law may soon land on President...

Church leaders shut Jerusalem's Church of the Holy Sepulchre in land, tax protest

JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Church leaders in Jerusalem shut the Church of the Holy Sepulchre on Sunday in protest at a new Israeli tax policy and a proposed land expropriation law which they called a "systematic and unprecedented attack against Christians in the Holy Land".

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