Articles November 23, 2021 U.S. Private Equity: Where Football Is Beyond 90 Minutes!

Private equity firms are having a growing impact on the playing field in European soccer/football. This article shines a light on how that came to be, and the current environment wherein there has been a considerable injection of capital from U.S. pr…

Articles November 23, 2021 Nonresident Benefits of Legalized Online Gambling in Connecticut

Connecticut’s tax laws on gambling are favorable to nonresidents, making it more attractive for out-of-state gamblers to participate in sports wagering online in Connecticut.

Articles November 22, 2021 Looking at Trusts Through the Lens of Family Dynamics

It is important for all parties involved in trusts—including the grantor, trustee(s) and beneficiary—to understand the intention of the trust and ensure its rules support them because family assets are often tied directly to trusts.

Articles November 22, 2021 Passed by the House, Reconciliation Bill Moves on to the Senate

The House of Representatives approved its version of the Biden Administration’s “Build Back Better” social infrastructure initiative. This roughly $2 trillion reconciliation legislation will now be considered by the Senate, where significant changes…

Articles November 18, 2021 Build-To-Rent Housing: The Demographic and Economic Drivers of Building Horizontal Communities

This article examines the issues and drivers around the build-to-rent phenomenon, the latest reflection of increased demand for single family rental homes resulting from the convergence of the demographic, social, and economic trends determining wher…

Articles November 17, 2021 Six Ways Shared Use Agreements Can Keep Assets in the Family

A shared use agreement can help manage the unintended consequences of multiple people having access to an inherited family asset.

Articles November 17, 2021 The California Pass-Through Entity Tax Provides Necessary Relief and Reflection

A look at planning for and the impact of the California pass-through entity tax.

Articles November 16, 2021 Occupational Fraud Checklist

While occupational fraud is not entirely preventable, there are certain things organizations can do to mitigate their losses. This article offers a ‘checklist’ of things to watch for and actions to take.

Articles November 12, 2021 The True Costs of Paycheck Protection Program Fraud

Some estimates put potentially fictitious PPP loans at approximately $81.4 billion. This widespread fraud could have caused truly needy business when the PPP program ran out of funds in May 2021.