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Here are your articles for Oct 28, 2016.
Joel H. Levine, one of CDL's founding partners, was interviewed by the Palm Beach Post about how he got involved in the Crohn's & Colitis Foundation of America.  CDL is being recognized as Presenting Sponsor for the Take Steps Walk to raise money for digestive diseases in West Palm Beach's CityPlace on Saturday, November 5, 2016.


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Joel H. Levine (Shareholder) appeared on CBS 12's Spotlight on Business to discuss his involvement in the Crohn's & Colitis Foundation of America and the upcoming Take Steps Walk.  This will be CDL's 5th year sponsoring the walk.



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The IRS has issued a new warning to taxpayers to be on guard against bogus emails telling recipients that they owe money related to the Affordable Care Act. Here's a rundown of the latest scam and how criminals are trying to scare people, as well as what you should do if you receive one of these emails.


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Millennials may make up an ever-growing proportion of your organization's workforce. Last year, they overtook Baby Boomers as the largest living U.S. generation. By 2020, they could represent nearly half of your employee base. Are you ready?


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Bitcoin and other forms of virtual currency are rapidly gaining popularity. But businesses, consumers, employees and investors have many questions about how Bitcoin works and how to report transactions for federal income tax purposes. If you're a Bitcoin investor or user, here are some answers to help you comply with the latest tax rules.


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Partnerships and limited liability companies (LLCs) face new IRS guidance on how to allocate debt for tax purposes. Here's a summary of new temporary and final regulations that interpret Section 752 of the Internal Revenue Code and how they'll affect owners' basis in these entities.
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The IRS recently issued new guidance that will affect many partnerships and limited liability companies (LLCs). Here's a summary of new temporary and final regulations that interpret the disguised sale rules of the Internal Revenue Code and how the new guidance may affect transactions between these entities and their owners.
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Do you have a sideline business and want to deduct its losses on your federal tax return? The IRS may claim the venture is really a hobby and your write-offs may wind up being little — or nothing. That's because it can be difficult to meet the requirements for business loss deductions. However, in three cases, taxpayers beat the IRS in court on this issue.
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Deductions for vehicle expenses may be easy targets during IRS audits. That's because many taxpayers misunderstand the rules and fail to maintain detailed mileage logs. Or they mistakenly assume their company qualifies for an exception from the IRS's strict recordkeeping requirements. Here's what you should know to preserve your deduction for vehicle expenses.
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Many of today's college students graduate with a bundle of loan debt. Sometimes the loans are discharged or forgiven. In other situations, employers pay off all or part of student loans as a fringe benefit. In either case, there are tax implications for the student loan borrower. This article explains.
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