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  • Tax News & Views – February 27, 2014
    Camp tax reform draft achieves 25 percent top rate for corporations, individuals – but revenue tradeoffs abound
  • Deloitte Life Sciences Tax Conference
    This two-day educational program is designed for tax executives at pharmaceutical, biotechnology and medical device companies
  • Risk Angles: Five questions on the impact of tax risk
    This issue of Risk Angles discusses five questions about the growing concern over tax risk and examines one of the drivers of that concern, FATCA.
  • Business succession planning: Preserving personal and family wealth
    Most everyone plans for retirement, but the process is different for business owners because the future of the company and an owner’s future personal finances are closely intertwined. This fourth volume in our Business Succession Planning series discusses key areas for consideration — including estate and gift taxes, life insurance planning, and investment portfolio strategy.
  • The 2014 Essential Tax and Wealth Planning Guide
    A year-round resource to focus on managing uncertainty.
  • Opening the black box: Five questions for your tax executive
    In this issue of CFO Insights, we will identify those topics and discuss how these conversations can lead to a stronger partnership between finance and tax.
  • Swerving from the cliff: Tax provisions in the American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2012
    Swerving from the cliff, a report from Deloitte Tax LLP, examines the tax provisions in the new law and considers the tax policy challenges facing Congress and the Obama administration in the year ahead.
  • IRS releases final regulations and interim guidance on Medical Device Excise Tax
    On December 7, 2012, the U.S. Treasury Department published Final Regulations and additional interim guidance under Internal Revenue Code (“IRC”) section 4191 relating to the medical device excise tax (“MDET”) that was enacted as part of the Health Care and Education Reconciliation Act of 2010, in conjunction with the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.
  • Final regulations released on the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (“FATCA”)
    The U.S. Treasury Department and the IRS have released final regulations on the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act. Beginning in January 2013, FATCA requires U.S. and foreign financial institutions to annually identify and report their U.S. account holders.
  • A conversation with Jonathan Traub
    Deloitte Tax LLP’s new Tax Policy Group managing principal, Jonathan Traub, recently sat down for a Tax Analysts exclusive to discuss his time on the Ways and Means staff, the future of tax reform, and the "fiscal cliff."
  • Still standing: Planning for the high-wealth tax increases ahead
    The Supreme Court’s decision to uphold the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act of 2010 means that two new tax increases in the health care reform law targeting earned and unearned income of certain wealthier individuals will take effect as scheduled in 2013.
  • The three minute guide to tax analytics
    Almost every organization can use tax analytics to potentially gain savings, cut costs, reduce tax risks, gain tax process efficiency, and enhance tax compliance.
  • Tax rate outlook for high-income individuals
    Analyzing the prospects of Congress changing tax rates on earned income and income from capital gains and qualified dividends, particularly as they apply to more affluent individuals.
  • Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA) resource library
    FATCA seeks to enforce reporting of U.S. held foreign accounts by mandating 30 percent withholding on U.S. source income (including gross sales proceeds), should any account holder or FFI not comply. Learn more.
  • Tax and spending implications of the federal deficit crisis
    Over the next decade, the gap between revenue and spending that would result from continuing current tax and spending policies appears unsustainable.
  • The essential tax and wealth planning guide
    Our guide and new addendum provide information for year-round tax and wealth planning in the midst of legislative uncertainty and increasing tax rates, including updated details following new tax cuts.
  • Congress extends the Bush tax cuts
    Congress has approved and President Obama has signed legislation that extends the Bush-era tax cuts for taxpayers across all income levels.
  • Deloitte Growth Enterprise Services
    Delivers a distinctive client experience through service offerings tailored to meet the needs of companies ranging from start-ups to those with up to $1 billion in revenues. Learn more.
  • Onshore jobs, offshore compliance: Tax provisions in the hiring incentives to restore Employment Act
    Learn about the tax implications of the Hiring Incentives to Restore Employment Act and how they may affect your organization.
  • Deloitte tax: Obama budget proposal resource center
    Stay up-to-date on the latest developments in Washington with our ongoing analysis of the proposed FY 2010 budget package.
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