Letters, acronyms, initialisms[i] – they seem to slip into every post these days.

It has always been a goal of U.S. tax policy to ensure that taxable income sourced in the U.S. does not escape the federal income tax.

In general, this income and the scenarios in which it arises are easily identifiable. However,

Beyond Income Tax

Over the last several weeks, we have explored various aspects of the choice of entity dilemma that confronts the owners of many closely held businesses, and we have considered how the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act[i] may influence their decision.

In the process, you may have realized that one form of

Once Upon A Time

I recently recalled a client that was referred to us a few years back, shortly before it was acquired by a larger company. The client was closely held by U.S. individuals and by an S corporation, and was organized as a Delaware LLC that was treated as a partnership for U.S.

Yesterday, in Part I, we reviewed the like-kind exchange rules. https://www.taxlawforchb.com/2019/04/deferring-real-property-gain-like-kind-exchange-or-opportunity-fund-part-i/

Now we turn to the new kid on the block.

Qualified Opportunity Zones

The Act added Section 1400Z-2 to the Code, which allows a taxpayer to elect to temporarily defer the recognition of gain from the disposition of property which is reinvested in a

Committed to a Zone

Last week’s post[i] considered how the newly-enacted qualified opportunity zone (“QOZ”) rules seek to encourage investment and stimulate economic growth in certain distressed communities by providing various federal income tax benefits to taxpayers who invest in businesses that operate within these zones.[ii] After describing these tax incentives, the post