Nonqualified deferred compensation plans allow participants to set aside large amounts of tax-deferred compensation, but also pose substantial risks. This article distinguishes NQCD plans from qualified defined contribution plans and discusses the pros and cons.

Under this tax rule, if a taxpayer sells stock or securities for a loss and buys substantially identical stock or securities back within the 30-day period before or after the sale date, that loss can’t be claimed for tax purposes. This article provides some key details for taxpayers about this often-surprising rule.

A cost segregation study combines accounting and engineering techniques to identify building costs that are properly allocable to tangible personal property rather than real property. As a result, the business that owns the real property can claim valuable tax breaks. This article explores the concepts behind cost segregation studies.

This calendar notes important tax deadlines for the fourth quarter of 2020.

The term sandwich “generation” describes people caught between caring for their aging parents and their children. This brief article encourages those in the middle part of the sandwich to initiate family discussions with the other two parts to discuss tax and financial planning issues.