Preparing for the Wave of Tax Law Change

Cailin MacLean and Thomas Kelley, CPA, CFP®, AEP® |
Wealth Planning

With potential tax law changes on the horizon, now is a good time to be certain you are informed and prepared.As fiscal stimulus and relief plans continue, Congress and the presidential administration have given guidance on how the revenue needs will be met.With highly anticipated potential tax law changes on the horizon, it may be wise to review proposals that could affect your future planning.As of May 28, 2021, the Dept.


2Q 2021 Business Owners’ Outlook: The Rush to Retire

My Business

Our latest Business Owners’ Outlook reveals increased trend to sell.Nearly a year into the COVID-19 pandemic that has devastated our country and economy, business owners are feeling the effects—for better or worse—and taking action.Many business owners are experiencing burnout and exhaustion, resulting in a high percentage moving to retire earlier or looking to sell their companies.


LIBOR Transition: A Mix of Progress and Ambiguity for Loans

Corporate & Institutional

Progress in LIBOR transition continues to unfold, with cessation dates of December 31, 2021 in the UK and June 30, 2023 in the US. Those dates are now are extremely unlikely to move given the latest announcements from the UK’s FCA (for a guide to acronyms used in this article, see below) and ICE. Simply put, SOFR and SONIA are rapidly coming into force.Progress on USD LIBOR in recent months has included ARRC recommendations around hardwired fallback provisions and triggers.