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Written by Gilbert Carey

Internal Revenue Service Announces New Penalty Relief

The IRS is giving automatic penalty relief (failure-to-pay penalty) to taxpayers who owe less than $100,000 for tax years 2020 and 2021.

January 04, 2024 in Tax Law

Written by Barry Dorans

COVID-19 For Business Owners: Executive Summary

As of April 2nd, most employers must provide paid sick leave of up to 80 hours for COVID–19 related leave. The maximum amount required is the lesser of a staff member’s regular pay or $511 a day under the following circumstances: If the employee...

March 25, 2020 Banking & Finance; Employment Law for Employers; Tax Law

Tax Credits for Donating Conservation Easements: What You Need to Know and Why You Should Take Advantage

It often seems impossible to do something that is great for both the environment and your wallet. However, every landowner in Virginia can do just that. One of the most valuable and well-kept secrets regarding tax benefits available to landowners...

November 09, 2018 Environmental Law; Land Use & Zoning; Residential Real Estate; Tax Law

Written by Arthur Robinson

Tax Law – Portability & the Double Basis Step-up

We are now in an environment where estate tax planning for income tax purposes is both a real possibility and a virtual necessity to create efficient estate plans from both a transfer tax and an income tax perspective. There are several reasons...

February 05, 2015 in Tax Law

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