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IRS Opens Determination Letter Program for Cash Balance Plans, Pension Equity Plans, and Certain Merged Plans
In 2017, the IRS eliminated the ability of sponsors of individually-designed qualified retirement plans to apply for favorable determination letters other than when a plan is first adopted or is terminated. Read More ›
Despite being a practice area separate and distinct from “family law,” estate planning techniques and strategies adapt not only to changes in tax law but also to the changing societal tides of what makes up a family. Read More ›
Are You Withholding Too Much on Nonqualified Deferred Compensation?
If you have a nonqualified deferred compensation plan for select employees, you are probably aware that benefit payments under a properly structured plan are generally not taxable for income tax purposes until the payments are received by the employee. Read More ›
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J. Christopher Coffman is a member of FBT focused on civil and criminal tax controversies. He has experience representing clients subject to IRS audits and federal criminal investigations before local and state taxing authorities and the U.S. Tax Court.