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On December 18, the President signed into law the Protecting Americans from Tax Hikes Act of 2015 (PATH). The new law retroactively extends or made permanent many business tax breaks.
As a result of PATH, your taxes may be lower for 2015 than they would otherwise have been without the new law, because the extended several deductions and credits that had expired in 2014.
What you should know about an important change in the rules for IRA rollovers, which are transactions that let you withdraw cash from one IRA and redeposit it in another IRA without paying a current tax.
The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (the Affordable Care Act) had some key provisions that apply to businesses. Perhaps the item of most interest to employers is that beginning in 2015, many businesses that do not offer affordable health insurance coverage that provides a certain minimum value to at least 95% of their full-time employees (and their dependents) may be subject to an excise tax (i.e., penalty).
The 2010 health care reform legislation was landmark legislation that will affect all individuals in some way over the next few years. Besides the obvious effect this massive legislation will have on health care, there are many significant provisions of the legislation that affect an individual's income taxes. Some provisions of this law were effective immediately, while others are not effective for several years. In fact, the full range of provisions will not take effect until 2018.
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