Kinds: Special Publication

Health Care Act Planning Letter

President Obama signed into law the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act and the Health Care and Education Affordability Act in 2010.  Though many of the changes that these laws mandate will not take effective for several years, it is nevertheless important to understand them so you can adequately plan for yourself and your business….

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2011 Mid-Year Tax Planning Letter

Gelman, Rosenberg & Freedman’s 2011 Mid-Year Tax Planning Letter provides pointers on how to save money on your taxes through advance planning. Advice about retirement plans, stocks that reduce your tax liability and various available credit is available. Download this letter and start planning how to derive the most benefits from our expert advice.

2011 Year-End Tax Planning Letter

Gelman, Rosenberg & Freedman provides expert knowledge on how to minimize your business and individual tax burden in 2011.  The year-end tax planning letter reviews recent tax changes and strategies to minimize your burden, such as switching deductions between tax years. Many additional tips are contained inside. Download this letter to start planning your taxes with our firm’s…

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On Point E-Newsletter

On Point was written to assist with litigation support and law firm management challenges. This issue includes the following articles: “Intellectual Property Growing Valuation Area in Divorce Cases”- a discussion of how emerging forms of intellectual property increase controversy during divorce proceedings “Follow the Money- How CPAs can Help Attorneys”- an explanation of how CPAs can determine the accuracy…

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2012 Payroll Tax Extension Special Report

On February 22, 2012 President Obama signed into law an extension of the employee-side payroll tax holiday that will extend the tax cuts through the end of 2012. This special publication details how the tax holiday will affect employers, the IRS and corporate tax estimations.  It also addresses some possible forthcoming changes to the tax…

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