Lisa Starczewski has made available her article, published in Bloomberg Tax, An Unexpected Gift in Opportunity Zone Correcting Amendments—Did This Really Just Happen?, published on May 26, 2020. The summary is as follows: Created by the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, the Opportunity Zones program offers significant tax incentives to encourage investment in certain designated … Continue reading Lisa Starczewski, Bloomberg Tax (May 26, 2020): An Unexpected Gift in Opportunity Zone Correcting Amendments—Did This Really Just Happen?
Bridgewater has released a video where, in conversation with Senior Portfolio Strategist Jim Haskel, Co-CIO Bob Prince examines the forces COVID-19 unleashed on the economy, the measures that will be required to restart the flywheel between income and spending, and the range of ways the shock is impacting different countries, sectors, and companies. It looks … Continue reading Bridgewater YouTube Video: The Mechanics of the Economic Flywheel and Pandemic Investment Outcomes (May 28, 2020)
3 common misconceptions about defined benefit plans By David Podell Defined benefit plans permit larger employer contributions than most qualified retirement plans and are worth a look despite these misconceptions. HSA contribution limits increase for 2021 The IRS issued its annual inflation-adjusted contribution limits for contributions to health savings accounts permitted to participants in high-deductible … Continue reading AICPA Tax Insider (May 28, 2020): Misconceptions about defined benefit plans; deduction for worthless partnership interest; and more
· May 20 -Steve Leimberg's Estate Planning NewsletterBeth Shapiro Kaufman & Megan E. Wernke: GST Exemption Allocation for 2019, Better Late than TimelySteve Leimberg's Business Entities Newsletter· May 18 -Jeff Scroggin & Michael Burns: Checklist for Avoiding Penalties on PPP Loan Certifications· May 18 -Alan Gassman, Brandon Ketron, Lawrence Starr & Kevin Cameron - Newly Published PPP Loan … Continue reading Leimberg Weekly Digest: 2020.05.16-23
Want to Be More Productive? Try Doing Less. By Kate Northrup A step-by-step guide to pare down your to-do list. WORKSPACES 5 Tips for Safely Reopening Your Office by Joseph Grenny Establishing a new normal will require a bit of training. CONFLICT If You Feel Like You’re Regressing, You’re Not Alone by Merete Wedell-Wedellsborg Crisis is often a three-act story: … Continue reading HBR Hotlist.2020.05.26: want to be more productive, trying doing less
LeadershipCOVID-19 Changes Everything — and Nothing — about Managing WorkersFor employers, best practices during a pandemic are no different than before: Take care of your people.Read More EconomicsHow Much Is Your Slice of That Unicorn Really Worth?A new online calculator estimates the true value of stock at venture-backed startups.Read More FinanceYou’ll Be Using Digital Currency Before You … Continue reading Stanford Business 2020.05.24: COVID-19 Changes Everything — and Nothing — about Managing Workers
Jay Adkisson, in his Forbes Column, Mechanics Of Assignment Orders Illuminated In Optronics Technologies, describes how assignment orders work in the creditor/asset protection context. His article begins as follows: An assignment order is a post-judgment enforcement remedy that causes some asset (usually a right to an income stream such as royalties) to be assigned from … Continue reading Jay Adkisson: Mechanics Of Assignment Orders Illuminated In Optronics Technologies