The impact of the 2020 election on individual year-end taxes is still uncertain, but it is advised to continue to plan under current rules.
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Bob Kaufman reveals surprising Illinois tax-saving opportunities in light of the increased federal transfer tax exemption
In his latest ISBA article, Bob Kaufman shares a few surprising tax-saving implications for Illinois residents in light of the recent passage of a bill that increases the federal transfer tax exemption to $11.2 million per person.
Consumer product agreements that everyone signs are usually subject to mandatory arbitration, but some recent limitations may mean disputes have to be litigated.
Deborah Soehlig and Ronald Menna give insights into how new Illinois Acts will affect employers and employees.
Deborah Soehlig and Ronald Menna penned the following summary of the new Acts in Illinois involving Sick Leave and Freedom to Work.
Bob Kaufman’s favorable Private Letter Ruling highlighted as a “harbinger of tax developments” in BNA’s Tax Management Memorandum.
Bob Kaufman’s favorable Private Letter Ruling involving the Generation-Skipping Transfer Tax was highlighted as a “harbinger of tax developments” in BNA’s Tax Management Memorandum.