Goldman Sachs: The Global Housing Market is Starting to Wobble as Central Banks Hike Rates (June 30, 2022)

Goldman Sachs has made available for download their article, titled "The Global Housing Market is Starting to Wobble as Central Banks Hike Rates." The article begins as follows: The pandemic-induced housing boom appears to be cooling off.From Toronto to Auckland, a slowdown in the housing market (the most interest-rate sensitive segment of the economy) is … Continue reading Goldman Sachs: The Global Housing Market is Starting to Wobble as Central Banks Hike Rates (June 30, 2022)

Attorney at Work: How Lawyers Should Respond to Cognitive Decline in a Client

Mark C. Palmer, in his Attorney at Work article, gives lawyers advice for working with a client that is experiencing cognitive decline. His article "How Lawyers Should Respond to Cognitive Decline in a Client", begins as follows: Question: I’ve represented an individual client for almost 20 years in various transactional and litigation matters. Over the … Continue reading Attorney at Work: How Lawyers Should Respond to Cognitive Decline in a Client

Albert Feuer: Would the Securing a Strong Retirement Act Secure More Retirement Equity? (June 14, 2022)

Albert Feuer, of Law Offices of Albert Feuer, has made available for download his article, "Would the Securing a Strong Retirement Act Secure More Retirement Equity?", published in the Tax Management Compensation Planning Journal. The abstract is as follows: On March 29, 2022 the House approved H.R. 2954 that is titled the Securing a Strong … Continue reading Albert Feuer: Would the Securing a Strong Retirement Act Secure More Retirement Equity? (June 14, 2022)

Forbes: Understanding The Limits Of The Transferee’s Good Faith Defense In Voidable Transaction Law (June 20, 2022)

Forbes has published an article, "Understanding The Limits Of The Transferee's Good Faith Defense In Voidable Transaction Law", which discusses good faith defense and the Uniform Voidable Transaction Act. The article begins as follows: The so-called transferee's good faith defense has often befuddled attorneys and judges alike in its application to the Uniform Voidable Transaction … Continue reading Forbes: Understanding The Limits Of The Transferee’s Good Faith Defense In Voidable Transaction Law (June 20, 2022)

TaxProf Blog – Lesson From The Tax Court: How To Tell When Land Is Held As A Capital Asset (June 21, 2022)

Bryan Camp has published an article on the TaxProf Blog, titled "Lesson From The Tax Court: How To Tell When Land Is Held As A Capital Asset", which discusses William E. Musselwhite Jr. and Melissa Musselwhite v. Commissioner, T.C. Memo. 2022-57 (June 8, 2022) (Judge Ashford). The article begins as follows: When a taxpayer buys … Continue reading TaxProf Blog – Lesson From The Tax Court: How To Tell When Land Is Held As A Capital Asset (June 21, 2022)

KPMG report: Post-TCJA interplay between NOLs and charitable deductions (June 14, 2022)

KPMG has issued a report on charitable contributions and NOL deductions available to corporations. The summary is as follows: Corporations face complexities—and potential benefits—if they have charitable contributions and net operating loss (NOL) carryovers available for deduction on their 2021 returns.The interplay between charitable contribution deductions and NOL loss deductions has long bedeviled tax practitioners. … Continue reading KPMG report: Post-TCJA interplay between NOLs and charitable deductions (June 14, 2022)