Dana Apfelbaum authored a guest column entitled, Choose the Right Structure When Starting Your Business, published in Treasure Coast Business magazine’s 2019 fall edition. Apfelbaum is a business law, tax and estate planning attorney who practices in Dean Mead’s Treasure Coast offices. Starting and running a business requires making important decisions. Different business entities can […]
Brian M. Malec, a shareholder in the Estate and Succession Planning department of Dean, Mead, Egerton, Bloodworth, Capouano & Bozarth, P.A., has been elected a Fellow of the American College of Trust and Estate Counsel (ACTEC). He is one of 124 lawyers in Florida and 2,500 lawyers across the globe to have earned this distinguished […]
As previously discussed in multiple Dean Mead articles, the 2018 Florida Legislature did not have the time available to fully understand and estimate the impact from the 2017 Federal Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. Therefore, the Legislature directed the Florida Department of Revenue to conduct an analysis of the impacts on Florida taxpayers. You can find […]
The U.S. Treasury announced exciting news for eager investors this week in publishing the approved list of qualified sites for the new Opportunity Zones for all 50 states. Florida successfully had 427 Opportunity Zones approved from its list – creating unique areas in every Florida County upon which improvements may be developed using this new […]
Fort Pierce, FL — Dean, Mead, Minton & Zwemer announced today that Brad Gould, shareholder in the Fort Pierce office, has earned Board Certification in Tax Law from The Florida Bar Board of Legal Specialization & Education. This is a significant milestone in Gould’s legal career because he is now distinguished as a specialist and […]
Charles H. Egerton and Edward A. Waters, attorneys in Dean Mead’s Tax Department co-authored the article, “Update of the Tax Consequences of the Formation and Operation of a Mitigation Bank”, published in the Tax Tip column of the Journal of Passthrough Entities, Volume 21, Issue 3, May-June 2018, a publication of CCH.
An S corporation that was previously a C corporation is subject to the built-in gains tax under Section 1374 if appreciated assets held by the corporation (measured from the beginning of the S corporation’s first taxable year) are disposed of during the “recognition period.” The built-in gains tax is imposed at the corporate, rather than […]