Accounting firm Marcum LLP has released its annual Year-End Tax Guide for the national accounting and advisory firm’s clients and others.

The 2014 Marcum tax guide addresses traditional tax planning concepts and sets out alternatives for the event that certain expired tax provisions are not reinstated, along with the impact of any new provisions.

“Due to a divided Congress in 2014, uncertainty continues to be the rule with tax legislation,” said Joseph J. Perry, firmwide partner-in-charge of tax and business services, in a statement. “As always, planning is essential. The more often you plan, the less likely you will be surprised when you are presented with your tax return for review and filing. We urge our clients to make their best business decisions first, while considering tax uncertainties. We hope they will use this Guide to further understand their planning options, enabling them to raise issues and questions with their Marcum tax advisors.”

The guide covers topics such as corporate tax inversions, identity theft, tuition planning, gift planning, estate planning and avoiding tax scams.

To download the guide, visit

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