Strauss Troy Attorney Joy Hall has been appointed to the Cincinnati Bar Association’s Southwestern Ohio Tax Institute planning committee. Each year, the Tax Institute holds a first-rate Continuing Legal Education (CLE) conference featuring locally and nationally-noted tax experts. The 54th annual Southwestern Ohio Tax Institute will be held December 6-7, 2013 at the Cincinnati …Read More
[st_joy_hall] If you need to file an extension for your taxes, you will need IRS Tax Filing Extension Form 4868. Watch Strauss Troy Tax Attorney Joy Hall’s Interview on Fox19 Morning News on how to avoid the top four tax problems.
On Fox19 News this morning, Strauss Troy Tax Attorney Joy Hall shared the four most common tax problems and how to file for an extension. 1. Making mistakes on your tax forms 2. Failing to file your forms at all 3. The dreaded tax audit 4. The IRS makes a mistake If you need …Read More
[st_joy_hall] FOX19.com-Cincinnati News, Weather Attorney Joy Hall was a recent guest on Fox19’s morning news. During her discussion with Anchor Rob Williams, Joy helped decipher the impact of the 2012 Taxpayer Relief Act, the benefits of tax planning, and the assistance she can offer individuals and businesses looking to get back into the IRS system. Joy Hall can provide …Read More
The 2012 Taxpayer Relief Act Has Some Major Changes That May Affect Your Estate Plan While many articles describe the 2012 Act changes as “permanent,” I’m a bit more cynical. I never assume that anything is “permanent” where Congress and the Internal Revenue Code are concerned. This is especially true when major players in the …Read More
By now, you have no doubt heard about the looming “fiscal cliff.” However, there is another threat on the horizon that has an even more immediate impact… “Taxmageddon.” Taxmageddon is the term being used for the increase in marginal income tax and capital gains tax rates effective in 2013. Low tax rates enacted in 2001 …Read More
The 2010 Tax Act was enacted effective December 17, 2010. Although the scope of the Tax Act is extensive, this article addresses the impact of certain limited portions of the Act on estate planning. Key features of the Tax Act include: The estate tax, which was repealed in 2010, has now been reinstated, effective as …Read More
In a 2009 Impact article on estate planning developments, we stated: “As of January 1, 2009, an estate valued up to $3,500,000 is exempt from federal estate tax. Current law provides that the federal estate tax will be repealed in 2010 and be reinstated in 2011 with a $1,000,000 exemption and a higher tax rate. …Read More