A&M Tax Advisor Weekly (US)


2015-Issue 12—There are a number of reasons why a company might consider moving its corporate headquarters, relocating key operations or outsourcing certain aspects of its business.


2015-Issue 11—The U.S. economy is constantly fluctuating, which makes for an ever-changing landscape in corporate America.


2015-Issue 10—Often, Subchapter K, the codification of partnership taxation, can involve deemed t


The Internal Revenue Service is focused on closing the tax gap. One way it hopes to do so is by collecting under-withheld employment taxes.


2015-Issue 8—In a previous article, we discussed the ability to claim an ordinary loss on the abandonment of a partnership interest or upon the worthlessness of the partnership interest (


2015-Issue 7—In four related cases (the partners were all general partners in the same partnership, and the cases were stipulated to and decided together), the Tax Court was faced with de


Companies have been bombarded: the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, the Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act, the Tax Relief and Health Care Act, and the Small Business Jobs A


2015-Issue 6—On April 1, 2015, the U.K. is introducing a new tax, the Diverted Profits Tax (DPT), which has been dubbed the “Google tax” by the media.


2015-Issue 7—Reimbursing and substantiating business travel expenses can be cumbersome and time-consuming.


2015-Issue 5In a development that is sure to have been a big surprise to many, a U.S.