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Employee and Executive Compensation and Benefits

Popular Plans to Incentivize and Retain Talent Employees and executives can get added compensation in addition to their salaries. In some cases, these benefits could exceed the salary. Most of these benefits are contractual and, where there is a discretionary element, it is usually awarded by the board of directors. This article provides a round up listing of the more popular benefits. Not included are stan ...

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The New 20% Pass-Through Tax Deduction: An Advisor’s Guide

Help Clients Plan for the New Pass-Through Tax Deduction The new tax law includes a 20% deduction for some pass-through business income, but the specifics will vary depending on a client's circumstances.  The rules are fairly straightforward for clients with taxable income under certain thresholds: $157,500 for individuals and $315,000 for joint filers. To read the full article in ThinkAdvisor, click: The N ...

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Republicans Unveil Tax Reform Framework

Republican lawmakers released a framework for tax reform, announcing that their goals are to cut tax rates, simplify the Internal Revenue Code, and provide a more competitive environment for business.  The framework generally reiterates proposals made in April.  Alistair Nevius, JofA’s editor in chief, explains. To read the full article in the Journal of Accountancy, click: Republicans Unveil Tax Reform Fra ...

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Physician Practice Acquisitions

Deal Structuring and Workforce in Place Considerations Under IRC and Stark Law What complications arise when two separate transactions are used to structure an asset sale of a physician practice? The key to compliance is to hit a reasonable middle ground under somewhat competing frameworks, and carefully drafting, documenting, and reporting accordingly. Valuators play a key role not only in establishing and ...

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Noncompete Agreements for Section 280G Compliance

Golden parachute payments can lead to significant tax consequences for both the company and the individual.  Lucas Parris, senior member of Mercer Capital’s Financial Reporting Valuation Group, discusses strategies to mitigate these tax risks to reduce the likelihood of additional excise taxes. To read the full article in Mercer Capital's Financial Reporting Blog, click: Noncompete Agreements for Section 28 ...

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Look Before You Leap: Evaluating a Section 83(b) Election

Do you and your employees know how to get the most tax savings when choosing a benefit election?  Sujan Rajbhandary, senior member of Mercer Capital’s Financial Reporting Valuation Group, discusses an IRC Section 83(b) election and what’s considered in making this choice. To read more about the results of this report in the Mercer Capital's Financial Reporting Blog, click: Look Before You Leap: Evaluating a ...

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Entertainment Tax Credits and Loan-Out Withholding

A rough ride This article examines recent state legislation in Georgia that requires entertainment production companies and their payroll providers to withhold state income tax on payments made to loan-out companies as a prerequisite to claiming tax credits. Peter Stathopoulos examines the difficult transition involved with this legislation that may spawn similar proposals in other states that host a large ...

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