House Unveils New Tax Reform Blueprint

Provided by Real Estate Roundtable The tax reform blueprint was published today, June 24th, and represents the House Republican Conference’s vision for comprehensive tax reform, prior to negotiations with the

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The Financial CHOICE Act – a Plan for Dodd Frank Reform

While details have yet to be released, the proposed Financial CHOICE Act would provide financial institutions with an alternative to the current Dodd Frank regulatory regime. They would be allowed to

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Posted By L. Gary Boomer, Boomer Bulletin When you start to talk about processes, some may immediately think of Frederick Taylor and his time and motion studies.   Resistance often follows

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Provided by Real Estate Roundtable, rer.org End-of-year real estate tax legislation A little after midnight this morning, Congressional leaders released the full text of the Protecting Americans from Tax Hikes

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Please join Engineered Tax Services in welcoming some special guests from the Voices for Children Foundation this weekend at Sun Life Stadium. The foundation is a not-for-profit organization that raises

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T-Regs Q&A: Can you expense a remodel as a repair like you do parking lot resurfacing?

Tangible Property Repair Regulations Q&A Scenario: A client owns fast food franchises and is required to remodel the stores every 7 years. Under the previous law, we have always capitalized

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Provided by Real Estate Roundtable ABA real estate-related tax reform recommendations. During this week’s TPAC call, there was discussion regarding the ABA report on options for tax reform in real

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Update provided by The Real Estate Rountable In the first order of business for the 114th Congress, the U.S. House of Representatives today passed H.R. 26 – the Terrorism Risk

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Update provided by the Real Estate Roundtable This morning, the Republican staff of the Senate Finance Committee released a 340-page report on comprehensive tax reform.  While most of the report

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Provided by the Real Estate Roundtable Republicans picked up at least 8 seats in the Senate and at least a dozen seats in the House, taking control of the both

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