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How to Plan for Potential Tax Changes

As President-elect Donald Trump continues to fill cabinet positions, more and more information is emerging regarding policies and plans. Among the most eagerly anticipated are the details on the plans the Trump administration has for tax reform. While nothing is set in stone, and many changes may not go into effect until 2018 or later, …

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Gray, Gray & Gray Releases Results of 2016 Employee Benefit Plan Survey

Canton, MA (December 1, 2016):  Gray, Gray & Gray, a leading accounting and audit firm, has released the results of a survey of benefit plan administrators in the six-state New England region. Gray, Gray & Gray conducted the survey with the goal of discovering some of the best practices being used by successful defined contribution …

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What Tax Changes Can We Expect from President Trump?

The unexpected victory of Donald Trump in the 2016 Presidential election has experts scrambling to review his proposed changes to the federal tax laws. While nobody can predict with complete accuracy what adjustments Trump will attempt to make as President, or what Congress will agree to consider, a look at some of the ideas he …

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Gray, Gray & Gray Named One of the "Best Accounting Firms to Work For” by Accounting Today Magazine

Canton, MA (November 9, 2016):  Gray, Gray & Gray, LLP, Canton, MA, has been named one of the “Best Accounting Firms to Work For” in 2016 by Accounting Today magazine. The magazine recognizes the 100 best accounting firms across the country based on responses to a comprehensive two-part employee survey. Gray, Gray & Gray was …

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Before You Hand Out Those Holiday Turkeys…

With the holiday season rapidly approaching, now is the time many employers are addressing any seasonal gifts or bonuses they will be giving employees. You should be aware that the type and size of gift you give can affect both the company’s ability to deduct the cost, and the employee’s compensation liability for taxes. Let’s …

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Ho, Ho, Hold it! Be Careful How You Deduct those Holiday Gifts

Have you started your holiday shopping yet? If you are a business that promotes itself by giving holiday gifts to clients or vendors, the tax law has some very Grinch-like rules about deducting the cost of the gifts you give during the holidays, or at any other time of year. The IRS publication 463 explains …

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New Overtime Rules Challenged in Federal Court

The Department of Labor’s (DOL) new overtime rules that more than doubles the salary threshold to determine who is eligible for overtime pay is being challenged in federal court by 21 states. The new regulations are scheduled to take effect nationwide in December 1, 2016. According to the Wall Street Journal, the Attorneys General in …

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