A&M Tax Advisor Weekly (US)


2016-Issue 13—As is often the case in practical tax planning, “an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.” On April 4, 2016, the IRS and Treasury issued proposed regulations under t


2016-Issue 12—On April 4, 2016, the IRS and Treasury released two sets of proposed and temporary regulations that caused various taxpayers, investment bankers and large sectors of the inv


Michael Crafton considers how the IRS views international tax issues, which might be overlooked and can lead to negative and sometimes harsh tax treatment under U.S. tax law.


2016-Issue 10—To understand compensation practices in the energy sector, specifically for exploration and production (E&P) companies, Alvarez & Marsal’s Executive Compensation and


2016-Issue 9—Chapters 3-32 and 4-156 of the Municipal Code of Chicago impose tax on personal property leases and amusement transactions, respectively.


2016-Issue 8—A common provision in many restricted stock unit (RSU) awards is that vesting will accelerate when a participant becomes eligible to retire, after having reached a certain ag


2016-Issue 7—Executive compensation continues to be bombarded with scrutiny by shareholders, shareholder advisory firms, politicians and the media.


2016-Issue 6—If you haven’t heard, the latest installment of the Star Wars saga arrived in theaters in mid-December.


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


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