News And Articles
- Converting Offices To Residences Can Help Fight The Housing Shortage
Cities hope to convert office buildings to residences, and there is a lot of market action now. Conversions can help with the housing shortage, but they are only one tool for cities.
- Year-End Planning In 2022 For Stock Comp: Tips From Leading Financial Advisors Amid Down And Volatile Markets
In 2022, year-end planning for stock options, RSUs, and other forms of equity comp can be tricky because of market volatility and uncertainty. Here are some insights from leading financial and tax planners with expertise in this area.
- Who Would Benefit From A Lame Duck Child Credit And Business Tax Bill?
The lame duck Congress will spend the next several weeks arguing over several key provisions of the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) and the 2021 American Rescue Plan. A Tax Policy Center analysis finds extending them would reduce federal revenues by nearly $700 billion from 2023 to 2032.
- Cities Face Long-Term Neglect, Not Just A Real Estate ‘Doom Loop’
Empty offices and declining commercial real estate could hurt cities. But American cities have always faced unfair and unequal economic and social policies.
- The TCJA Five Years Later: State Tax Issues
In the first of a three-episode series, Steven Wlodychak, formerly with EY, discusses the creation of the SALT cap deduction by the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act and how states addressed it and other changes.