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Why Do Any Estate Planning?

The 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act raised the amount that can be sheltered from federal estate tax in 2019 to $11.4 million for an individual and double that amount, or $22.8 million, for a married couple. Why undertake any estate...

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Updated Voluntary Disclosure Practice Rules

On September 28, the IRS ended its 2014 Offshore Voluntary Disclosure Program (“OVDP”). The IRS issued a memorandum—dated November 20, 2018—to announce its new Updated Voluntary Disclosure Practice rules. The IRS memorandum...

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2018 Charitable Gifts

“Giving Tuesday,” which follows Black Friday and Cyber Monday, is a day set aside each year to remind us to contribute to organizations that are important to us. Please remember that you have until December 31 to make a...

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Resolution of an IRS Dispute

Most disputes with the IRS are resolved through the administrative appeals process.  The IRS Appeals Office is a separate and independent division of the IRS, and is the only level of appeal provided to taxpayers within the IRS...

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Tax Blog is published by Dickinson Wright PLLC to inform the public of important developments within the firm and practice areas. The content is informational only and does not constitute legal or professional advice. We encourage you to consult a Dickinson Wright attorney if you have specific questions or concerns relating to any of the topics covered in this blog.

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