Author Archive | Daniel DeLaughter


Get Ready – Repair Regs are Coming January 1st

Repair Regulations Have Sweeping Impact – Become Effective on or after January 1, 2014 The IRS in December 2011 passed temporary regulations that address whether companies may immediately deduct, or instead must capitalize and recover through depreciation, costs for the purchase, repair and maintenance, and disposition of tangible property. These temporary regulations were originally set […]

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IRS Offers Details on Retirement Plan Provisions of the Fiscal Cliff Deal

The Internal Revenue Service is providing information on some of the retirement plan provisions of the fiscal cliff deal that was signed into law earlier this month. The American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2012, or ATRA, extended the ability to do tax-free Individual Retirement Account rollovers to charity. The new law also expanded the ability […]

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HCR Seminar Presentation

Did you miss the Healthcare Reform & Tax Update Seminar? Seminar Hosted by Do you want to review the seminar information? You can download a pdf file below. Some of what was covered… Changes that have occurred with PPACA/Healthcare Reform since the Supreme Court Ruling Planning now for the upcoming changes for rules and regulations that […]

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Healthcare Reform & Tax Update Seminar

“What’s new and how does it affect my company?” Seminar Hosted by    Thursday, September 27, 2012 8:30 AM – 10:30 AM Dallas/Addison Marriott Quorum – 14901 Dallas Parkway, Dallas, TX 75254 EbenConcepts and Saville, Dodgen & Co. join together to invite you to a seminar covering: Changes that have occurred with PPACA/Healthcare Reform since […]

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Healthcare Tax Changes that Remain in Place

Healthcare tax changes currently in place from the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act of 2010 The massive healthcare legislation, which was upheld by the June 28th historic Supreme Court ruling, contains many tax provisions that go into effect at various times. The Supreme Court’s decision will allow them to remain in place or phase in going forward. […]

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Healthcare Law Involves a Tax, Not a Penalty

Supreme Court Rulings on Healthcare Law By now, you’ve heard of the decision of the Supreme Court to affirm in part and reverse in part appellate court rulings on the healthcare law. The court’s ruling preserved the heart of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, which requires most Americans to buy health insurance by […]

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