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Recourse or Non-Recourse? The Limited Scope of Partnership Liability Regs
Posted on 28 Mar 2016 by Withers Bergman LLP Tax Practice

by Marc T. Finer and Ryan M. LoRusso Albert Einstein once said “[t]he hardest thing in the world to understand is the income tax." Nowhere is this truer in the Internal Revenue Code than in the context of the recourse versus nonrecourse... Read More

Identity Theft: A Major Concern For Both Individuals And Businesses
Posted on 1 Dec 2015 by Darwin L. King CPA and Edward D. King

Identity theft is an increasing problem that can potentially affect any individual or business. The IRS, FBI, and FTC have published information for individuals and businesses for the prevention, detection, and correction of identity theft. …... Read More

Tax Risks Challenge Small Captive Insurers
Posted on 28 Mar 2016 by Withers Bergman LLP Tax Practice

by Marc T. Finer , William J. Kambas , and Ryan M. LoRusso A captive insurance company is an insurance company formed primarily or exclusively to insure the risks of one or more affiliated businesses. Many larger companies form captive insurance companies... Read More