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Attractive Estate Planning Techniques For A Low-Interest Rate And Depressed-Value Environment
Today's historically low interest rates and depressed asset values make this an excellent time to engage in various estate planning techniques. Minimizing gift and estate tax when transferring assets is of primary importance in this uncertain time.
United States
3 Jun 2008
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FTC Administrative Law Judge Orders Divestiture — Finds Hospital Merger "Substantially Lessened Competition"
In 2000, Evanston Hospital and Glenbrook Hospital merged with Highland Park Hospital and merged the combined entity into Evanston Northwestern Healthcare Corporation ("ENH"). The total value of the merger was in excess of $200 million.
United States
28 Oct 2005
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All Eyes on California’s Prescription For Rising Drug Costs — Prop. 78 Or Prop. 79?
On November 8, 2005, in a Special Statewide Election, California voters will decide between two competing prescription drug initiatives, both aimed at reducing the cost of drugs to low and moderate-income uninsured Californians, by authorizing the State to negotiate prescription drug discounts.
United States
25 Oct 2005
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Medicaid Drug Pricing: Increasing Federal and State Focus on Enforcement and Cost Containment
Recent events highlight increased activities by both federal and state enforcement agencies addressed at historical Medicaid drug pricing strategies, with a growing focus on programmatic changes which could help control future Medicaid drug costs.
United States
6 Oct 2005
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IRS Proposes Regulations Outlining When Intermediate Sanction Violations Warrant Revocation of Exemption
IRS proposes regulations outlining a series of factors that it will consider in determining whether the tax exemption of an organization, which has engaged in one or more intermediate sanctions violations should be revoked.
United States
30 Sep 2005
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Will the Bankruptcy Code Protect You From Certain Taxes?
Several judicial decisions in the past year have renewed the debate about when the transfer of property during a Chapter 11 bankruptcy is exempt from state and local taxes. Although the debate focuses on a single provision of the Bankruptcy Code, the answer may determine tax liabilities in the hundreds of thousands if not millions of dollars.
United States
20 Sep 2005
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Comfortable With Your International Tax Planning? - The Playing Field may Have Just Changed
You are tax director of a multinational corporate group sitting in your office in New York. It is late Friday and, after a difficult week (like every other week), you are looking forward to some time off at the beach.
United States
2 Jun 2005
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Better Governance and Reporting Under Sarbanes-Oxley: Are we There Yet?
Since its enactment in 2002, the Sarbanes-Oxley Act has led to a deluge of studies, reports, and regulations.
United States
23 Nov 2004
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