Dean Mead’s Tax Department handles tax planning issues for businesses and individuals. The attorneys in our department have extensive experience in a full range of…
Last week, Congress passed H.R. 2029, The Protecting Americans from Tax Hikes Act of 2015 (PATH). The PATH Act would extend for varying degrees of time, some permanently, many expired tax provisions. Our initial summary of the PATH Act can be found here. On Friday, President Obama signed the PATH Act into law.
As a result, taxpayers have a one year respite from the annual tax extenders routine as quite a few provisions extended by the PATH Act will expire in 2017.
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Brad Gould practices in the area of federal income, estate, and gift tax law and business succession planning. He represents businesses and business owners in all types of business and tax matters, including choice of entity, mergers and acquisitions, reorganizations, and other general business matters. Mr. Gould represents individuals, businesses and fiduciaries before the Internal Revenue Service and also counsels clients on estate and wealth preservation planning matters. Additionally, he represents trustees, personal representatives and family members in controversies regarding wills, trusts and estates. Mr. Gould also is a Certified Public Accountant. He may be reached at (772) 464-7700 or firstname.lastname@example.org.