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Special Report:

Retrospective on Year-End Tax Legislation and Other Key Tax Developments in 2015

The 2015 calendar year was a particularly eventful year for tax developments, especially toward year-end. The Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2016, and the "Protecting Americans from Tax Hikes (PATH) Act of 2015," both signed into law on December 18, contained a number of major tax changes including retroactively extending the 50 or so taxpayer-favorable "extender" provisions and making many of them permanent, as well as delaying or suspending several health-related taxes that were enacted by the Affordable Care Act (ACA). The Supreme Court also had two landmark decisions over the summer, upholding a key tax provision in the ACA and overturning state-wide bans on same-sex marriage, both of which had a significant tax impact. In addition, the IRS provided important guidance throughout the year relating to the ACA, the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act, corporate inversions and "ABLE" accounts for persons with disabilities, among other things.

This special report will keep you covered on 2015 tax developments — big and small.

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Checkpoint PATH Act Client Summary

Keep your clients informed about what recent legislative changes mean for them with our Checkpoint PATH Act Client Summary. Designed for tax practitioners to distribute to clients and referral sources, this short summary of recent tax developments is a valuable thought leadership tool that can also be used to develop relationships with prospects, start tax prep discussions with clients and potentially ensure a smoother tax season. Clients and prospects will learn what this year’s tax developments mean for students, educators, small businesses, homeowners and more.

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