Posts from October 2015.

South Carolina provides a tax credit to corporations against the state corporate income, or state corporate license fees, equal to 20% of the qualifying costs of establishing a corporate headquarters in South Carolina, or expanding or adding to an existing corporate headquarters. The credit is made up of two parts, the real property costs and the personal property costs. Key Features of the credit are:

  • A corporation may qualify for only the real property portion of the credit, or may qualify for both the real and personal property portions of the credit.
  • Any unused credit may be carried ...

Update: As of June 16, 2016 all community development tax credits have been claimed.

South Carolina provides valuable tax incentives to people who support Community Development Corporations (CDCs) and Community Development Financial Institutions (CDFIs). A 33% credit is provided for each dollar invested in or donated to a certified CDC or CDFI. S.C. Code § 12-6-3530. This credit is commonly referred to as the community development tax credit.

The community development tax credit was enacted in 2000 and is scheduled to sunset on June 30, 2020. A total of $5 million in credits are ...

Is a revocable trust for you? There are a number of factors for you and your attorney to consider. One considerations is the most efficient and cost-effective way to transfer assets at death to your beneficiaries. In many cases, the revocable trust is the most efficient path. A well-drafted revocable trust agreement should provide greater flexibility in carrying out the wishes of the decedent and protecting the interests of the beneficiaries.

The transfer of assets owned by someone at his death occurs through a court-supervised process generally referred to as "probate" or "estate ...

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