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    The Tax Adviser March 2013 

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    First Circuit Breathes New Life Into Façade Easement Deductions
    Monique O. Durant

    Cross-Border Taxation
    Barry Leibowicz

    Developments in Individual Taxation
    Karl L. Fava, Jonathan Horn, Daniel T. Moore, Susanne Morrow, Annette Nellen, Teri E. Newman, S. Miguel Reyna, Kenneth L. Rubin, Amy M. Vega, and Donald J. Zidik Jr.

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    Firing Clients Can Be Good for Business

    Article There are a variety of reasons that clients should be asked to leave the firm. The average CPA can follow certain steps to recognize these situations and take appropriate action.
    Published on October 20, 2014

    Firing Clients Can Be Good for Business

    Article There are a variety of reasons that clients should be asked to leave the firm. The average CPA can follow certain steps to recognize these situations and take appropriate action.
    Published on October 20, 2014

    Background and Methods of Integrative Tax Practice

    Article CPAs must assess the methods, skills, and tools needed for family practice to better integrate clients’ most important personal finance concerns.
    Published on October 20, 2014

    Background and Methods of Integrative Tax Practice

    Article CPAs must assess the methods, skills, and tools needed for family practice to better integrate clients’ most important personal finance concerns.
    Published on October 20, 2014

    Alternative Apportionment Fairness Is Not the Only Factor

    Article Alternative apportionment provides taxpayers and tax administrators with a means to obtain ad hoc relief when the application of a state’s standard apportionment formula fails to reflect a taxpayer’s business activities in the state.
    Published on October 20, 2014

    Alternative Apportionment Fairness Is Not the Only Factor

    Article Alternative apportionment provides taxpayers and tax administrators with a means to obtain ad hoc relief when the application of a state’s standard apportionment formula fails to reflect a taxpayer’s business activities in the state.
    Published on October 20, 2014

    Developments in Individual Taxation

    Article This article covers recent developments in individual taxation. The items are arranged in Code section order.
    Published on October 20, 2014

    Developments in Individual Taxation

    Article This article covers recent developments in individual taxation. The items are arranged in Code section order.
    Published on October 20, 2014

    Cross-Border Taxation

    Article Once the exclusive province of large accounting and law firms, now even the smallest firms must master cross-border tax issues.
    Published on October 20, 2014

    Cross-Border Taxation

    Article Once the exclusive province of large accounting and law firms, now even the smallest firms must master cross-border tax issues.
    Published on October 20, 2014

    First Circuit Breathes New Life Into Faade Easement Deductions

    Article A recent First Circuit decision will affect how the tax benefits of certain façade easements are litigated in the First Circuit and may result in appeals of some of the Tax Court’s recent easement holdings.
    Published on October 20, 2014

    First Circuit Breathes New Life Into Faade Easement Deductions

    Article A recent First Circuit decision will affect how the tax benefits of certain façade easements are litigated in the First Circuit and may result in appeals of some of the Tax Court’s recent easement holdings.
    Published on October 20, 2014

    IRS Releases Final Regulations and Interim Guidance on Medical Device Excise Tax

    Article Treasury published final regulations and additional interim guidance relating to the medical device excise tax.
    Published on October 20, 2014

    IRS Releases Final Regulations and Interim Guidance on Medical Device Excise Tax

    Article Treasury published final regulations and additional interim guidance relating to the medical device excise tax.
    Published on October 20, 2014

    Partners Income Allocations and the New Net Investment Income Tax

    Article The health care acts, along with recently issued Treasury guidance on the applicability of the additional Medicare tax, may prompt partnerships to reevaluate the potential tax impact of the partnership's structure on their individual partners.
    Published on October 20, 2014

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