2016-Issue 5—While it is anyone’s guess what tax reform or the Obama Administration’s FY17 budget will bring for the long-standing Section 1031 tax-free exchange, as we begin a new year i
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2016-Issue 4—In past articles, we have discussed the increased corporate interest in unlocking shareholder value via real estate investment trust (REIT) conversion transactions (see “REIT
2016-Issue 3—Over the last year, the energy sector has been plagued with low commodity prices.
2016-Issue 2—We have been dealing with a lot of aggressive auditors lately — not just aggressive from the standpoint of inflexibility on audit assessments, but aggressive in seeking to di
2016-Issue 1—Given the volatility we have experienced in the financial markets, many would-be acquirers are understandably wary of taking on defined benefit pension plan risk.
2015-Issue 42—The second half of 2015 has been a busy period for partnership taxation.
2015-Issue 41—Eight years ago, the IRS announced it intended to provide additional regulatory guidance on Internal Revenue Code (IRC) Section 457(f) (IRS Rev. Bull. 2007-32).
2015-Issue 40—The year is drawing to a close, and many people are making holiday plans for visiting with family, decorating and buying holiday gifts.
2015-Issue 39—I began my career with the Big 4 back in 2001. As with any public accounting practice, there was natural attrition.
2015-Issue 38—In May 2014, in an effort to align standards, the FASB (Financial Accounting Standards Board) and IASB (International Accounting Standards Board) issued final standards on r