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Tag: Transactional Tax Planning

When Client Relationships Don’t End Amicably

By Dan Davidson The CPA Journal December 2020/January 2021 Edition It is never pleasant when a client relationship ends on less than amicable terms. This is especially true when the relationship’s demise leads to litigation. A contract dispute that was recently litigated in bankruptcy court [In re Kent, 615 B.R. 171

Tax Treatment Of Liquidations Of Partnership Interests

By Eric Smith The CPA Journal December 2020/January 2021 Edition The liquidation of a partner’s entire partnership interest can take various forms, including payment made by the partnership to the retiring partner in complete redemption of the partner’s interest or a sale of such interest to the remaining partners. In both

Taxation Of Gambling Income

By Eric Smith The CPA Journal December 2019 Edition Thanks to legalized sports gambling, U.S. casinos generated a record amount of gaming revenue in 2018. As might be expected, it is becoming increasingly common for individuals to have questions regarding the taxation of gambling income and losses, and these questions will