Cyprus amongst the World’s Safest Countries

Cyprus remains one of the safest countries to visit, work and live despite the COVID-19 pandemic. Cyprus established itself as a consistent international and regional business centre and is also praised for the efficient reaction and handling of the pandemic which should reassure visitors, investors and residents making plans to visit the island for business […]

Stella StratiGeneral Manager, Pagecorp Group

First Amendment Constitutional Limitations on Government Restrictions of Commercial Speech

The First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution protects the right to freedom of speech. As it is written, the Free Speech Clause constrains the government’s power to punish people based on the content of their speech, or to restrict people’s ability to speak. But not all speech is created equal under the law, and the […]

H. Carter HoodPartner, Ivins, Phillips & Barker

Are you interested in joining the IR Expat Group?

We are Zirkzee Group and are the exclusive Tax (Accountants) and Tax (Private Client) members within the Netherlands. Part of our core business is advising foreign companies and their employees on (international) tax and social security, residence and work permits and all other services surrounding expats. Our slogan “Be part of our community” implies that […]

Leo OudshoornSenior Manager, Zirkzee Group

IPB Tax, Trusts & Estates Newsletter

Follow links to the IPB Tax, Trusts & Estates Newsletter In This Issue: GRATs are on a Roll – Market volatility in reaction to the coronavirus favors the use of short-term rolling GRATs for marketable securities. Poor performance over a short period of time doesn’t compromise the overall success of this gifting strategy. Alternatives to In-Person Notarization – […]

H. Carter HoodPartner, Ivins, Phillips & Barker

Hank Gutman’s Letter to the Editor on NOL Carrybacks Published in Tax Notes

Tax Notes has published a Letter to the Editor from IPB’s Hank Gutman, entitled “Net Operating Loss Carrybacks Are Not Tax Subsidies,” in its latest issue. Refuting a letter sent to members of Congress with more than 200 signatory organizations urging repeal of a section of the CARES Act that the writers allege is an “unwarranted tax break” […]

H. Carter HoodPartner, Ivins, Phillips & Barker