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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
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What’s Standing in the Way of Tax Reform? It’s Complicated

August 19, 2016

Changes to the U.S. tax system have been advocated for many years, although the exact nature of the proposed reform has varied over time.View
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The Benefits of an IC-DISC for U.S. Companies with Foreign Customers

June 24, 2016

U.S. companies with foreign customers for their products should take a closer look at the benefits of an IC-DISC for tax savings opportunities.View
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Plan Ahead for Tax Considerations Involving the Sale of a Business

May 2, 2016

Having an idea of the potential sale structure scenario and after-tax proceeds can be a valuable planning tool during the lifecycle of business ownership.View
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Where Do the Current Presidential Election Frontrunners Stand on Tax Reform?

March 7, 2016

Here are the material elements of proposed tax reform changes outlined by each party's current frontrunner.View
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Should You Segregate Real and Personal Property From Your Business Entity?

December 14, 2015

One frequent question business owners ask is whether they should put real estate or equipment used in their business into a separate entity. Here are 3 reasons why this is a good idea.View
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Tax Planning and Legislative Processes Involving “Tax Extenders”

November 2, 2015

Tax extenders are favorable provisions in the Federal tax code that expired at the end of the preceding year and require legislative action to extend the benefits for another year.View