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IRS releases technical advice memorandum impacting significant participation activities under the passive loss rules

IRS releases technical advice memorandum impacting significant participation activities under the passive loss rules
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The IRS has released a Technical Advice Memorandum (TAM)[1] addressing the question of whether, for passive loss limitation purposes, an activity qualifies as a significant participation activity in a taxable year where the taxpayer previously satisfied the significant participation activity test for material participation with respect to that activity in…

IRS Issues New Form 7203 to Track and Report S Corporation Basis

IRS Issues New Form 7203 to Track and Report S Corporation Basis
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The subchapter S rules apply basis limitations in various circumstances, including the ability of an S corporation shareholder to deduct S corporation losses. An S corporation shareholder has basis in his/her stock and if he/she is also a creditor of the corporation, he/she has basis in her debt. Basis is…

IRS proposes new “clawback” regulations

IRS proposes new “clawback” regulations
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There is a computational quirk (that tax lawyers call “clawback”) in the manner in which the federal estate tax is calculated. What is “clawback” of estate tax?  Because the estate tax and the gift tax are accumulated into a single “transfer” tax, a problem occurs when the lifetime exclusion from…

Payment of tax generated by partnership audits at the partnership level – adjusting partnership items

Payment of tax generated by partnership audits at the partnership level – adjusting partnership items
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In the 2015 Bi-Partisan Budget Act (“2015 Act”), Congress enacted new centralized audit procedures for entities taxed as partnerships for Federal Income Tax purposes.  Because these rules are fairly complex, both for taxpayers and the IRS, they did not become effective until tax years beginning in 2018. The default rule…

RMD Proposed Regulations – The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly

RMD Proposed Regulations –  The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly
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The proposed regulations consist of 64 pages printed in the Federal Register and are subject to a comment period which ended on May 25, 2022.  Once the IRS considers the comments it will move towards finalization and adoption after which they will become effective.  The IRS has received 119 comments…

Company Owned Life Insurance and Buy-Sell Agreements

Company Owned Life Insurance and Buy-Sell Agreements
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In Connelly v. U.S., USDC ED MO, Case No. 4:19-c-01410, September 21, 2021, the District Court for the Eastern District of Missouri held that company-owned life insurance on the life of a deceased shareholder that was used to redeem the deceased shareholder’s shares increased the fair market value of the…

PEPC Awards Glenn Henkel 2022 Mordecai Gerson Meritorious Service Award 

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Kulzer & DiPadova congratulates Glenn Henkel! Glenn received the 2022 Mordecai Gerson Meritorious Service Award, presented by the Philadelphia Estate Planning Council at the PEPC Ethics Forum, adding another accolade to his trophy case. Practicing law for more than 35 years, Glenn’s particular areas of expertise include complex estate planning,…

New Jersey Deductions for Higher Education Expenses and Savings

New Jersey Deductions for Higher Education Expenses and Savings
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Beginning in 2022, the New Jersey College Affordability Act allows New Jersey taxpayers tax deductions for certain educational expenses. The deductions are targeted for taxpayers with gross income of $200,000 or less. Deductions are allowed for contributions to the NJBEST college savings plan, in-state higher education tuition costs and NJCLASS…

New Jersey Court Holds Against Arbitration Clause in Last Will & Testament

New Jersey Court Holds Against Arbitration Clause in Last Will & Testament
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The New Jersey Superior Court, Chancery Division, Bergen County, in the case of In Re Estate of Hekemian, a case of first impression, invalidated a binding arbitration provision that was included in the Decedent’s Last Will and Testament.  The Plaintiff, one of four (4) sons of the Decedent, filed a…

Failure to Carefully Review Tax Return Results in Costly Mistake for Taxpayers

Failure to Carefully Review Tax Return Results in Costly Mistake for Taxpayers
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Whether you prepare your tax return yourself with tax preparation software or rely on an accountant to prepare your return, it is important to remember to meticulously review your returns before filing.  The cost of such failure to review could potentially lead to substantial penalties, including a twenty (20%) percent…

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