December 17, 2014 – Congress Passes Extenders Package, ABLE Act; Cuts IRS Budget
In the a flurry of year-end activity, Congress has approved the Tax Increase Prevention Act of 2014 (HR 5771). The new law extends so-called “tax extenders” retroactively for one year (through 2014). It also includes the Achieving a Better Life Experience (ABLE) Act, creating tax-favored savings accounts for individuals with disabilities along with some tax-related offsets. Before adjourning, Congress also approved an Omnibus Spending Agreement for fiscal year (FY) 2015, which cuts funding for the IRS. President Obama has indicated that he will sign both the Omnibus Agreement and H.R. 5771 bills as soon as they reach his desk. For more information on other details of the bill, please contact our office.
Key provisions of the Tax Increase Prevention Act of 2014 that apply to individuals and businesses include the following:
Eric, embraces the challenges of taxes and puts them to work for the client. He focuses on every aspect of a client's needs, from preparing top-level corporate and partnership returns through to the culmination of member and shareholder individual returns. Taking into account the ever changing tax laws, Eric researches the complex topics that affect his client's taxes so that he may efficiently plan his process and yield the optimal results. He joined Dopkins as an intern in 2006 then full-time in 2007 upon graduation.
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