NEW PATH ACT MAKES MANY TAX EXTENDERS PERMANENT

New legislation enacted on December 18, 2015, entitled the Protecting Americans from Tax Hikes Act of 2015 (the “PATH Act”), retroactively reinstates for 2015 over 50 favorable tax “extenders” that previously expired at the end of 2014... Read more


NEW TREASURY INTEREST RATES ANNOUNCED SUPPORT VARIOUS TAX, GIFT, ESTATE AND CHARITABLE PLANNING STRATEGIES

The February 2016 short-term and mid-term applicable federal rates will be slightly higher, with the long-term applicable federal rate slightly lower than the January 2016 rates, reflecting a further flattening in the yield curve... Read more


HANDLER THAYER, LLP 2016 INDEPENDENT AWARD WINS AND SHORTLISTS

We are pleased to announce that Handler Thayer, LLP has again been shortlisted for all five major wealth industry awards available to law firms in 2016... Read more


HOUSE WAYS & MEANS COMMITTEE: OBAMA'S 2016 TAX AND BUDGET PROPOSALS CALL FOR MATERIALLY HIGHER TAXES

Kevin Brady, chair of the House Committee on Ways and Means stated that he sees three phases of tax reform, the first of which was effected by the PATH Act to clean up some areas... 
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CLINTON TAX PROPOSALS IMPOSE INCREASINGLY HEAVIER TAX BURDEN ON BUSINESSES, HIGH-INCOME TAXPAYERS AND TAXABLE ESTATES

Democratic presidential front-runner candidate Hillary Clinton plans to increase taxes on the wealthy, close estate tax “loopholes” and raise tax rates on capital gains if elected... Read more

HANDLER THAYER, LLP IN THE NEWS
Andrew Morton was featured in the October 15, 2015 PressBox Online article "Former Ravens Kicker Matt Stover Helping Other Athletes Give Back," discussing the ins and outs of charitable foundations run by professional athletes... Read more

 


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