IRS Modifies Cafeteria Plan Rules Important Changes For Employers & Employees

The IRS has issued a new Notice that may help employees who would benefit by being covered for health insurance under an exchange rather than under their employer’s group health plan. Enrollment in an exchange plan is not available to those covered under an employer plan.

Bitcoin’s Future And IRS Tax Compliance

The dirge for bitcoin may have been a bit premature. Just last week, Dish Network announced that it will begin accepting bitcoin as a form of payment later this year. Bitcoin mining hardware manufacturer, BitFury, also just announced $20 million in new financing that it’ll use to further strengthen its international market presence while accelerating …Read More

Strauss Troy Tax Attorney Joy Hall Shares Tax Tips With Rob Williams On Fox19 Morning News

Strauss Troy tax attorney, Joy Hall, recently appeared with Rob Williams on Fox 19’s Morning News program to share helpful tax preparation tips. Hall shared simple things people can do while filing their own taxes to avoid potential problems and delayed returns. Some of her tips include: correctly spell your name and address, fill out …Read More

Strauss Troy Names Joy Hall As Shareholder

Strauss Troy Attorney Joy Hall has been named a shareholder of the firm. Joy practices in the field of tax law, with an emphasis on tax controversy, tax audit and criminal tax issues. Her practice includes federal and state tax litigation, refund issues, criminal tax indictments/trials, Offers in Compromise, audits and innocent spouse filings. Joy understands how …Read More

Strauss Troy Attorney Joy Hall Presents at 2013 Tax Institute

Joy Hall served as a panelist at the 2013 Tax Institute, presented by the Cincinnati Bar Association (CBA) Taxation Committee. The event was held Friday, December 6 and Saturday, December 7 at the Cincinnati Bar Center, 225 East Sixth Street. Joy’s session discussed Tax Controversy. She served on the planning committee for the 54th annual …Read More

How Tax Law Changes Can Impact Your Trust

If you’ve established an estate plan in the last few years, with the goal of avoiding estate taxes, you’ve likely read reports or heard through the grapevine, that the estate tax exemption has risen from $3.5 million to $5 million, and due to statutory increases is currently $5,250,000 for estates of those who pass away …Read More