Obamacare Tax Credits

Obamacare Tax Credits
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Obamacare Tax Credits

By: Sidney Kess, CPA, J.D., LL.M. | The main provision of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act of 2010, otherwise known as the Affordable Care Act (ACA or Obamacare), applies starting in 2014: Each person, other than those who are exempt, must have minimum essential coverage or pay a penalty. Each person must ensure that dependents...

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Give Appreciated Property to Charity

By: Julie Welch, CPA/PFS, CFP | Donating appreciated property to charity can produce substantial tax savings. Appreciated property might include art, antiques, real estate, and stock. It does not include ordinary income property, such as inventory or a work of art you created. Generally, to take full advantage of this tax benefit, you must...

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Affordable Care Act’s Influence on Long-Term Care

By: Jerry Love, CPA/PFS, ABV, CVA, CFP | A recent article by Christine Vestal, ACA Spurs State Shift in Long Term Care, caught my attention and confirmed something that I have observed many times over the past few years that ACA is a program larger than Social Security and Medicare combined.  Christine writes:
“In New Hampshire,...

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Among Bitcoin’s Largest Liquidity Providers: SecondMarket

By: T. Steel Rose, CPA | This past September, the investment firm SecondMarket created the Bitcoin Investment Trust (BIT) to participate in the biggest bitcoin explosion in history. Bitcoin4biz spoke with Robert Cho, vice president of SecondMarket and the one who spearheads their bitcoin trading efforts.

“The fund is modeled after the SPDRS...

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