A transportation funding bill signed into law earlier this month (December 2015) includes a controversial tax collection measure that may affect U.S. citizens’ freedom to travel. Beginning in 2016, the new provision allows the IRS to disclose to the U.S. State Department the identities of taxpayers with “seriously delinquent tax debt.”Read More
The Paley Rothman Blog
Paley Rothman shares this library of resources with clients and friends of the firm to help them stay ahead of legal and business developments and trends. Here, you will find helpful tips and tools written by our employees.
Generally each year, the IRS makes cost of living adjustments to many of the limits on benefits from — and contributions to — qualified and non-qualified retirement plans. Recently, the IRS announced the 2016 cost-of-living adjustments for pension plans and retirement-related items.Read More
Paley Rothman was honored to host a lively question and answer lunch with Maryland Comptroller Peter Franchot along with several other officials from the Comptroller’s office on Friday, June 5. Comptroller Franchot and his colleagues graciously answered many questions raised by the attorneys here.Read More
Companies, particularly start ups, often issue stock options to incentivize and reward select employees. Properly structured stock options can be a great recruiting tool but a poorly structured stock option can have a nasty tax surprise for the employee.Read More