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New 2017 Federal Tax Deadlines

Written by Joseph Perera on February 8, 2017

As a result of federal legislation enacted in 2015[1], several federal tax returns and tax related forms will have different filing dates beginning in 2017. While the due date for an individual’s federal tax return (Form 1040) generally remains April 15 (the 2017 due date is actually April 18, 2017),[2] the due dates for filing Read More…


Strategic Use of the Divisive Merger in Texas

Written by Joseph R. Struble on January 13, 2017

The Texas Business Organizations Code offers a unique option to divide the assets of a Texas company called a divisional or divisive merger.[i] A divisive merger can be useful when a company wants to transfer a business line, contracts, real estate or certain assets into a new company to isolate risk or as a restructuring Read More…