NEW Special Report!

Special Report

Retrospective on Key Tax Developments in 2014

The 2014 calendar year brought a number of important tax developments — many of which came in the form of crucial IRS guidance relating to major laws passed in recent years.

This Special Report provides a thorough briefing of these developments, including the expiration of the extender provisions as well as many of the rates, dollar caps, and other key figures that changed over the course of the year. It is a valuable resource to tax professionals as a refresher of what happened, especially as pertains to 2014 tax return preparation, and it also highlights new provisions that may prove important in planning for the 2015 tax year.

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