We’re through our first full week of January – how are everyone’s resolutions coming along? I kicked off the week with a lovely birthday celebration, and we’ve once again seen a LOT of content coming from our member firms, along with some exciting new additions.
Here are this week’s top posts:
- FISCAL CLIFF AVERTED: A BREAKDOWN OF THE AMERICAN TAXPAYER RELIEF ACT OF 2012 from Davis Malm: Unsurprisingly, the fiscal cliff is still a hot topic of conversation. Davis Malm looks at it from a tax point of view in their latest article.
- Remote Monitoring and the Interstate Practice of Telehealth from Epstein Becker & Green: EBG’s Ross Friedberg discusses the interstate implications of remote patient monitoring tools.
- Federal Tax Service providing information to taxpayers for the purpose of manifesting the taxpayer’s diligence from Lidings Law Firm: Lidings Law Firm addresses Russia’s FTS who clarified the issues surrounding providing information to taxpayers to manifest taxpayer’s diligence.
- IRS Releases New Affordable Care Act Guidance on the Employer Mandate from Epstein Becker & Green: The Affordable Care Act touches everyone, and the hospitality industry is no different. Here, Kara Maciel looks at the IRS’s guidance for the employer mandate.
- A step closer on the standard contract from Gadens Lawyers: Arthur Koumoukelis talks about inching closer to a standard villages contract for retirement villages in Gadens’ latest article about aged care.
Enjoy the weekend!