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Year-End Tax Planning in the Post-Tax Cuts and Jobs Act Era

August 17, 2018

The annual tax planning process typically begins each fall. It can be the most critical component of the annual relationship cycle between a business owner and their CPA.View
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Confused About the New Rules for Tax Deductions on Meals and Entertainment? You’re Not Alone

April 26, 2018

Effective January 1, 2018, no tax deduction will be permitted for entertainment costs and meal costs previously fully deductible under the “for the convenience of the employer” criteria will now be subject to a 50 percent deduction limitation.View
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C Corporation vs. Pass-Through in a Post Tax Cuts and Jobs Act World

March 4, 2018

The evaluation of C Corp vs. pass-through entity status should go beyond a simple comparison of tax rates. There are many other factors to consider and they are highly dependent on your company’s individual circumstances.View
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Revisiting Your Choice of Business Entity in a Post-Tax Reform World

December 11, 2017

Tax reform legislation has been passed by the House and the Senate, with conference committee activities aimed at coming up with a final package.View
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Year-End Tax Planning in the Shadow of Proposed Tax Reform

October 13, 2017

This year's uncertainty regarding tax planning involves whether a shift in our Federal system of income tax will unfold in connection with tax reform.View
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Be Aware of the Tax Implications of Giving Employees Ownership

August 18, 2017

There are a number of important considerations when evaluating the pros and cons of giving employees ownership, not the least of which involve taxes.View
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Using Your Car for Business? Be Careful of Tax Deductions and Recordkeeping

June 23, 2017

Business owners should keep a close eye towards their deductions and recordkeeping habits when using their car for business.View
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What Would the White House’s Proposed Tax Reform Mean for You and Your Business?

April 28, 2017

On April 26, 2017, the White House issued a tax proposal that it asserts would represent the largest individual and business tax cut in U.S. history.View
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U.S. Tax Reform Faces an Unsettled Future Involving Taxes at the Border

March 1, 2017

A look at the differences between Trump’s proposed tariff on imports and the House GOP’s border adjustment tax proposal, and their potential implications.View
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What Does the Upcoming Change in Washington Mean for Year-End Tax Planning?

December 8, 2016

A look at some of the tax reform initiatives proposed by President-elect Trump and what they may mean for year-end tax planning.View